Guide price £425,000 - £450,000. Georgian Period Property. Abundance of features: High ceilings, large sash windows with shutters and sea views. Spacious living room with views over Sussex Square Gardens. Two double bedrooms, two bathrooms and beautifully finished fully integrated kitchen. Access to the private residents' gardens of Sussex Square and Lewes Crescent, known as Kemp Town Enclosures.
Welcomed by an impressive communal area that is well kept with grand sweeping staircase and own private storage cupboard. As you arrive at the front door you are greeted by an entrance hallway allowing plenty of storage for shoes and outerwear. As you ascend the stairs into an upper hallway furnished with natural daylight from a wonderful skylight feature, you are invited into a bright and spacious sense of home with rich carpet underfoot and crisp natural décor throughout.
The main reception boasts the wow factor as you are drawn to the beautiful sash windows and shutters framing the stunning view of the enclosed kemp town gardens leading out to the sea. An expansive area featuring a fireplace and warm tranquil living space with ample storage.
Leading through to the kitchen, it is beautifully finished with stainless steel fixtures and fittings, bright white gloss Corian work surfaces, laminate flooring, integrated sink with mixer tap, built in fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher, Hotpoint electric hob and overhead fan and Samsung electric oven and white gloss splashback tiles.
Following around to the master bedroom, it's flooded with natural daylight, hosting a feature fireplace, sizable built in wardrobes and striking Brighton views. Luxury en suite bathroom with stylish tiling, chrome fixtures and fittings, WC, bath with shower over, heated towel rail and helpful storage cupboard.
Leading back out to the first bedroom, you look out to dual views of the sea and South Downs National Park. A generous size that would also lend itself to alternative use as an office space, complete with second bathroom with chrome fixtures and fittings, standing shower cubicle, sink with chrome mixer tap, WC and heated towel rail.
The property location is fantastic, perfectly placed in the ever-desirable Sussex Square which allows access to the popular and exclusive residents gardens which enable you to access the seafront through the famous tunnel, thought to be the inspiration for Lewis Carroll's 'Alice in Wonderland'. Kemp Town village is also a short walk away with its vast array of coffee shops, eclectic boutiques, traditional butchers and greengrocers, not forgetting its antique shops and flea market, an area that is renowned for its welcoming atmosphere.
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