Guide Price - £300,000 - £325,000
Right from the outset you are taken in by the grandeur and character that this Italianate style building has to offer. The well maintained communal hallways are grand in size and feature prominent cornices. This period feel is continued throughout the apartment with high ceilings, original cornices and matching original ceiling roses.
Upon entering the accommodation you are hit by the astonishing amount of light from west facing sash windows in the bedroom, the bedroom has an en-suite shower room and is a good sized double bedroom. There is also a separate bathroom for an accessible guest WC.
The lounge is an elegant room, featuring a working fire with high ceilings and well-kept cornices. It leads to a kitchen at the rear, which has ample storage space with low and high level cabinets. There is additional storage scattered throughout the apartment with an ingenious use of the ceiling height to create more storage room above the bathroom.
To the rear of the property is a spacious open garden, accessed off the kitchen. Larger than the average Brighton 'postage stamp patio' this offers plenty of space for a range of borders and enough room for garden shed.
Denmark Terrace is well situated in the heart of the Seven Dials, with many shops, restaurants and bars just around the corner. This road also has the bonus of leading directly to the sea, giving you a quick reminder of what Brighton has to offer.Reference: 232172