MONTPELIER CRESCENT, BRIGHTON, BN1 3JJ
Guide Price: £650,000
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Front Garden
- Rear Garden
- Garden Room
- No Chain
- Fantastic Location
Montpelier Crescent is an extremely central and desirable location which also sits within the Montpelier and Clifton Hill Conservation area. A rare find, this impressive home occupies the whole of the ground floor with its own private gardens to both the front and rear.
Internally there is a stunning bright lounge with high ceilings, period features, tall west facing sash windows with original shutters overlooking the Crescents open gardens, rouged fireplace and stripped floorboards. The kitchen has abundant storage, a waste disposal unit, all white goods and double decker full dish washer.
Facing east, and overlooking the garden is the main bedroom enjoying high ceilings, a large sash window, wardrobes made of Indian teak wood and stripped floor boards. In addition the library style ladder provides access to the deceptively spacious loft space that has been cleverly created above the en-suite shower room.
The adjoining, modern en-suite has fully tiled walls with large built-in shabby chic mirrored wardrobes. Bedroom two with its bay window overlooking the garden has fitted wardrobes and a stripped floor with integral glass panels over the wine cellar. Bathroom two fully tiled, features a roll top, enamel claw foot bath with shower over.
The rear corridor leads onto the private enclosed garden with its original flint walls, old brick paved area and terrace leading to the garden room. The garden room has full planning and conservation consent and extends the whole width of the garden and was designed and created to incorporate the listed fig and holly trees. This building has a Thruton slate pitched roof and is approached through a set of triple sliding doors with two thirds glazing, bringing light into the room, yet also leaving it cool in the summer heat as its nestles under the trees.
Once inside the ceilings are high with rafters. So much space allows you to comfortably furnish it with a large sofa, accent chairs, desk and so much more. Eight double brushed chrome power points, some with USB sockets have been installed so that it has multi uses perhaps as an office, gym, or relaxation room. This bespoke building is a great asset to this already spacious and stylised ground floor apartment.
Originally built in 1847, by the renowned architect Amon Henry Wilds, Montpellier Crescent is in an enviable location in the ever so popular Seven Dials area with its local community, cafes, bars and an array of independent shops.
Brighton Station is within easy distance, as is the beach, St. Annes Well Park and Waitrose. London Gatwick is a 25 minute drive or can be reached by rail with its direct links to London Victoria, Kings Cross, St Pancreas and beyond.
Rush to view as apartments like these are scarce.
Council Tax Band B
Ground Rent £50 per annum
Maintenance £2,000 per annum
Length of lease 999 years on completion
**Please note that all leasehold information relating to length of lease or ground rent & service charges has been supplied to us by the seller.**