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 Wilds.
This Grade II listed apartment is on the top floor of this impressive converted mansion house and overlooks the gardens with its magnificent Elm trees and open lawned gardens. The tone of the apartment is set from the approach along a wide path with well-maintained communal hallway beyond an elegant entrance door.
The apartment itself is beautifully presented and offers generous accommodation with a spacious lounge and dining room, boasting sash windows which look onto the gardens. The focal point of the room is a cast iron open fireplace with inset picture tiling. The kitchen which also has a window overlooking the green has a range of high and low level units under solid wooden worktops with integrated cooking appliances, fridge and freezer.
Both bedrooms are doubles with an impressive master bedroom benefiting from a range of built-in wardrobes and storage cupboards. This apartment comes with the added bonus of having stairs leading up to a large space which could be used as storage, or the current owners have it set up as a study.
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Montpelier Crescent, Brighton Offers in excess of: £450,000