Stylish and well-designed, this one-bedroom apartment is a shining example of how Regency homes can be brought beautifully into the 21st Century. With high ceilings and a fresh palette, the interior is as impressive as the communal gardens of the square and the sea which can been seen through the multi-pane sash windows facing west. This apartment is in a fantastic location, amid everything this thriving coastal city has to offer, so it would make a superb holiday home, but is also perfect for professionals, investors and commuters alike, due to the proximity of Brighton Station.
Style: 2nd floor flat in a Regency townhouse Bedrooms: 1 double Living rooms: 1 open plan with sea views Area: 459 sq.ft. Location: Regency Square Conservation Area Parking: Residents Permit Zone Z Why you'll like it: Strongly influenced by the Georgian architecture in London at the time, Regency Square was by far the most opulent of the seafront enclosures during its creation in 1818. Grade II listed, they have all the characteristics of Wild's style of construction, and one can't help thinking how exciting it must have been to see the seafront expand on such a regal scale. The West Pier was built axially to the square, intentionally and for the enjoyment of the residents. While its ghost remains, Brighton's newest landmark: The i360, can be viewed from here, and although opinion in the city is divided on it, it doesn't obstruct or dominate the view. Positioned on the easterly wing of the square, this apartment receives plenty of natural light throughout the day. While it has no outside space of its own, the manicured lawns within the square are lovely for summer picnics and soirees, and the beach is literally a stone's throw away too. This flat is formed from the front section of the second floor, and the townhouse itself is striking on approach with a canopied balcony and an Ionic pilastered entrance. Once inside, you take the stairs to your floor, and once inside, a door to the left immediately draws you into the living room where light pours in through the tall sash window. Perfect for entertaining or relaxing, this is a comfortable and stylish room with wooden floors and freshly painted walls. There is ample space for a dining table and the kitchen is conveniently open to the room. It has been well-designed with freestanding appliances, and the storage is on-trend having been created from osb board for an industrial and urban finish. Next door, the bedroom shares the living room's favoured aspect, so a warming light filters through during the afternoon and early evening, and the sunsets over the sea are a joy. There is plenty of space for double bed and freestanding wardrobes, and the bathroom is across the hall. In here, the walls have been tiled in a white metro brick and the contemporary suite has been paired with dusky pink, painted floorboards and a copper splashback which gives the space real character and style. Agent's thoughts: This is a really cool abode which suits its equally cool location perfectly. Owner's secret "This is a fantastic place to live and the views never tire. The location is incredible too – so close to the fashionable Lanes with their restaurants, boutique shops and bars, and just a short walk to Brighton Station – perfect!" Where it is: Shops: Local 1 min walk, city centre 4 min walk Train Station: Brighton Station 10 min walk Seafront or Park: Communal gardens and seafront opposite Closest Schools: Primary: Brunswick Primary, Middle Street Primary School Secondary: Hove Park, Blatchington Mill, Cardinal Newman rc Private: Brighton College
This stylish flat is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and the beach on your doorstep. The city centre shopping districts and parks are also within easy reach, and this home also offers easy access to Brighton Station which has direct and fast links to the airports and London.
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