Superb uninterrupted sea views from two bedrooms and the sitting/dining room
Two bath/shower rooms (one en suite)
Six acres of gated communal gardens
Beautiful regency building
Total of approx. 1260 sq ft.
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This superb duplex apartment over the top two floors and offers seaside living in one of Brighton’s magnificent Regency townhouse conversions with fantastic sea views. Situated over the second and third floors, the property is well presented and retains its Regency spirit, although it has been significantly refurbished.
The property is entered via a communal entrance with key-code access, whilst the flat itself is accessed from a central hallway with curved wall. On the entrance floor is an entrance lobby, a bright and airy sitting and dining room, both with sea views, and kitchen with lots of storage, a central island, quartz worktops and integrated appliances including a wine chiller, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine. A large window overlooks the rooftops to the Downs in the distance.
The three bedrooms are arranged together on the upper floor and include an ample master with beautifully built-in wardrobes and en-suite shower room, a second double with built-in wardrobes and sea views, and a generous single bedroom, again with sea views. In addition, there is a modern bathroom with bath and shower over.
Arundel Terrace is situated around the corner from leafy Sussex Square, a stunning example of Regency architecture as one of the largest crescents in Britain and a catalogue of renowned former residents, including Lewis Carroll and Victorian-era prime minister Lord John Russell. Situated to the east of Brighton city centre and close to the plentiful attractions of Brighton Marina, there are captivating views to the sea and access to the Undercliff Walk which runs along the chalk cliffs. Brighton's cosmopolitan centre is accessible by bus or car, whilst entertainments, superstore and restaurant facilities are available on the Marina. Fast, direct train services leave from Brighton station (1.9 miles) to London and Gatwick Airport.
The gated Kemp Town Enclosures is six acres of manicured lawns and gardens with a tunnel under the road to the beach. The gardens were landscaped in 1828 by a local horticulturalist, Henry Phillips, and are meticulously maintained by the gardeners.
The seller informs us that the service and maintenance charges (including buildings insurance) amount to approximately £1,500 pa Lease Start Date: 1987 Duration of Lease: 999 years Approximate unexpired Term of Lease: 967 years Lease due: 2986
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