With the city centre and railway station being just a short distance away this property offers a perfect home to enjoy the wealth of attractions that this vibrant city has to offer.
Whether you are looking for top bands at the Brighton Centre, west end shows at the Theatre Royal, world music, opera and ballet at the Brighton Dome or art exhibitions at Brighton’s museums and galleries, entertainment in Brighton offers an unrivalled choice of cultural events.
The Lanes, Brighton's historic quarter is an intricate maze of twisting alleyways, offering an extraordinary mix of history and heritage lingering amidst the antique, jewellery, boutique fashion and design shops. If you wish to avoid the hustle and bustle of the city the famous Brighton seafront and beach are within easy distance from the property.
Built upon historic railway arches this development offers a lovely elevated position with great views.
The ground floor has a utility room, cloakroom, and a superb kitchen/dining room with a range of high and low level units, lovely worktops and fitted appliances. There are also full width windows and glazed doors to the Juliette balcony.
The first floor has a living room and two double bedrooms with a superb family bathroom.
The top floor is devoted to the glorious master bedroom suite with fitted wardrobes and plenty of relaxation space and the en-suite is contemporary, light and attractive. The unexpected bonus from this floor is the door to the roof terrace, which offers excellent views over the roof tops and beyond to the South Downs.
The integral garage is also a real bonus in this part of Brighton. Here is where luxury is combined with practicality.