Montpelier Crescent is one of the city’s finest examples of late Regency architecture which was completed in 1847 by the renowned architect Amon Henry Wild.
From the moment you enter this home the space will become apparent, situated close by to Brighton station, Seven Dials and Brighton centre. This two bedroom patio apartment occupies a full floor with a simply stunning private garden.
The entrance porch is ideal for making sure you don't bring the outside in. Kick off those muddy boots and hang up your coat, an ideal storage area. The apartment itself is beautifully presented and offers generous accommodation with a spacious lounge/dining room, great for entertaining friends and family and still offering period charm. From this stunning room, you can open up the doors to your own private garden, a really lovely size space, summers will be delightful! The kitchen and bathroom are both modern and there is also a separate WC.
Both bedrooms are of a generous size, the master bedroom has a character bay window again just adding to the period charm of this home. In the master bedroom is a really handy fitted wardrobe, great for storage!
Nearby Seven Dials thoroughfare offers a range of local amenities with its popular delicatessens, restaurants and bistro’s. Brighton’s mainline railway station can also be found within close proximity providing regular services to Gatwick, London and beyond. Renowned schools, both state and private, are well represented within the area.