A much sort after location, a few yards from Hove seafront the main high street at the top of the road, this outstanding duplex penthouse offers stylish city living over two floors. The top floor is a cleverly conceived contemporary cube, built by Boutique Modern (a company who have featured on Grand Designs), sitting on top of the 1930’s structure of the building beneath. As such, the layout is inverted, with the living space at the top making the most of the views and generous wrap-around terrace, whilst the bedrooms are on the floor below. The kitchen, dining and living room space are open-plan and generous, with bi-folding floor-to-ceiling doors on three of four sides, which fold right the way back along the southern and western side, whilst double doors access the easterly balcony. The modern kitchen has a large breakfast bar island with solid quartz worktops and heated slate stone floor. With sweeping views across Hove, the sea and The South Downs. The added benefit of such a large amount of terrace is that it provides generous outdoor entertaining space. The rest of the internal space is beautifully appointed with a several high-quality fittings including vertical radiators and a contemporary wood-burning stove.
On the floor below there is a separate living space/snug with wood floors and fireplace, with double doors onto the entrance hallway, a further internal wide hallway which has bedroom three and a large storage cupboard at one end, with the main shower room, bedroom two and the master bedroom en-suite at the other end. The master en-suite features a freestanding bath and separate shower. All the rooms are generous and light and occupy the full span of the third floor, whilst the décor is fresh, contemporary and neutral.
Outside there is a shared car park with an allocated parking space. Viewing is essential to appreciate this one of a kind seafront apartment.
This property is situated on Hove Street. Hove seafront is at the bottom of the road and at the top you have New Church Rd, Hove with its shopping parade, cafes and restaurants. Hove mainline train station is a short 0.9 mile walk, George Street, Hove with its wider range of shops and cafes and bars is approx 0.4 miles, local bus services are nearby providing easy access to Brighton city centre and seafront. King Alfred Leisure centre is 0.2 miles away and the iconic i360 is 1.5 miles from home. ‘The Gym’ and ‘Snap Fitness’ gym’s are both within a short distance of the property offering a great alternative to the fantastic eateries on your doorstep.
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Share of freehold
Lease: 999 years beginning on and including 25/12/02 Service Charge: £1,208 p/year paid in April & October.
Communal ground floor storage room, currently used for bicycles etc.
Snug / Sitting Room
14’0 x 12’6 (4.26m x 3.81m) South facing
13’8 x 11’9 (4.17m x 3.57m) South facing
8’7 x 6’11 (2.63m x 2.10m)
13’10 x 10’3 (4.22m x 3.12m) South facing
10’11 x 3’5 (3.33m x 103m)
11’0 x 9’5 (3.36m x 2.87m) Built in wardrobes
Living / Dining Room
22’6 x 12’10 (6.85m x 3.92) Triple aspect (East, South & West) Direct sea views Bi-folding doors allowing entire room to be open Access to wrap around roof terrace Log burner Underfloor heating
W.C Wash hand basin
13’10 x 10’5 (4.25m x 3.18m) Integrated appliances Underfloor heating Bi-fold doors to east facing terrace
South & West facing Direct sea views Wrapping around the living room
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