3 bed maisonette for sale Lansdowne Place, Hove BN3
Points of interest
- Brunswick Primary School0.3 miles
- Brighton and Hove High School0.3 miles
- Hove0.8 miles
- Brighton0.8 miles
These distances are calculated in a straight line. The actual route and distance may vary.
Features and description
- Top floor apartment in a Grade II listed Regency townhouse
- 3 double bedrooms
- 1 bathroom
- 1 very spacious and west facing living room
- Brunswick Town Conservation Area
- Residents Permit Parking Zone M
Style: Top floor apartment in a Grade II listed Regency townhouse
Bedrooms: 3 double
Living rooms: 1 very spacious and west facing
Area: 903 sq.ft
Location: Brunswick Town Conservation Area
Parking: Residents Permit Parking Zone M
Why you'll like it:
Effortlessly elegant, the Regency homes of Brunswick Town have become integral to Brighton and Hove's unique identity as a cosmopolitan city of style and taste. They were the 'brain-child' of eminent architect, Charles Busby, who hoped to replicate the distinguished Nash developments in London. The magnolia curved facades with gleaming ornate balconies and columns are certainly impressive, and while most have since been converted into luxury apartments; they continue to attract people to the area.
Residing half way up the eastern side of the terrace, this apartment is approached up some wide stone steps, and through a secure communal hallway where sweeping stairs take you to your floor. Once inside, the scale of the flat is immediately apparent as stairs take you up through a double height stairwell to a generous landing area with an original stained-glass window on the southern side. The décor is fresh and neutral to suit all types of furnishing; with blue carpet underfoot to complement cornflower walls, and bedroom two is directly ahead.
Beautifully light due to its easterly aspect and elevated position looking out over the city, this bedroom is also peaceful, and from the tall sash, the historic landscape includes lines of chimney stacks marching down to the sea with church spiers and the new i360 rising head and shoulders above the rest – reminding you just how close to the coast you are here. This is a lovely double room with a deep built in cupboard, and even with a large double bed, the floor space is not compromised.
A few steps take you to the sizable upper landing which would be ideal for a home office as it is quiet and feels like a room in its own right. The master bedroom shares the sunny, easterly aspect and views of bedroom two, and is another large double room with feature wall paper and space for generous pieces of bedroom furniture. It would be very possible, due to the scale of the room, to add an en suite bathroom in here – certainly food for thought.
Spanning the front of the house, the living room and kitchen are separate but linked so you can easily bring food through to the table. This is perfectly positioned within the bay by the window, so you can gaze out over the rooftops to the hills of the South Downs; taking in Truleigh Hill in the north and the glistening sea to the south. This westerly aspect also treats you to exceptional sunsets which light up the expanse of sky and bring a warming pink light into the room. Taking centre stage, a period fireplace acknowledges the era of the building, and may be able to warm the room during winter– although having not been lit by the current owners, a professional would need to investigate first.
Next door, the kitchen also faces west, so there are lovely views to wash up to, and modern units have been fitted with an integrated oven and gas hob, leaving space for a washing machine and tall fridge freezer.
A further flight of stairs leads up to the bathroom and bedroom three. Fresh in white with a modern shower over the bath, the bathroom is classic, and bedroom three is another lovely double bedroom from which you can enjoy the city, sky and seascape.
Brimming with potential, this very spacious apartment offers excellent value for such a highly favoured location. It is a very peaceful property with bright, spacious rooms, so it will appeal to many.
"We have spent 25 happy years here and have really enjoyed the flat and the location. Being positioned in the middle of both Brighton and Hove's social and cultural centres, there is plenty to entertain you on foot, and with St Ann's Well Gardens and the beach equidistant from the flat, you don't miss a garden. We will miss the peace and the views from up here, but it is time for our next move."
Where it is:
Shops: Local 2 min walk, city centre 10 min walk
Train Station: Brighton and Hove Stations 15 min walk each
Seafront or Park: St Ann's Well Gardens 3 min walk, Seafront 3min walk
Primary: Brunswick Primary School
Secondary: Hove Park, Blatchington Mill, Cardinal Newman rc
Private: Brighton College
This generous apartment is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and the beach nearby. The city centre shopping districts and parks are also within easy reach, and it also offers easy access to Brighton and Hove Stations which have direct and fast links to the airports and London.
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