2 bed flat for saleChichester Terrace, Brighton, East Sussex BN2
Points of interest
- St Mark's CofE Primary School0.3 miles
- Hamilton Lodge School and College for Deaf Children (SEN)0.4 miles
- Brighton1.5 miles
- London Road (Brighton)1.7 miles
These distances are calculated in a straight line. The actual route and distance may vary.
Features and description
- Share of freehold
- Stunning Two Bedroom Apartment
- South-Facing Balcony
- Stunning Belvedere
- Access into the Kemp Town Enclosures
- Mezzanine from the Second Bedroom
- Finished to a High Standard Throughout
Not only does this stunning apartment offer dazzling sea views, but you also have your own private south-facing balcony, the belvedere which is in exquisite condition as well as the tremendous amount of character and proportions from within.
Guide price: £700,000 - £750,000
This stunning two-bedroom apartment on Chichester Terrace really is one of a kind and certainly has a lot to offer.
Not only do you have the constant array of natural light flooding through the reception room, the belvedere and the 2nd bedroom beautifully, but you also have the south-facing balcony which offers you your own private space to enjoy the sensational sea views which are on full display from this stunning apartment.
As you step into the front door of this exceptional building, you instantly get a sense for the character and grandeur from within as you are initially presented with the imposing entrance portico which is followed by the sweeping staircase which leads you up onto the first floor.
Heading into the apartment and you are presented with the internal hallway which connects the flat up beautifully and gives you an initial sneak peak to the glorious sea view which is on offer. Over to your left, the hallway leads you to the main bedroom which has generous proportions throughout, beautiful cornicing as well as doors leading out to a rear balcony which presents you with a alternative city-style outlook (mixture of Mews houses’ and period properties) and still undoubtably stunning.
At the end of the hallway, you have the shower room which has been finished off to an extremely high-standard, all the way from the marbled tiled flooring & chrome towel radiator to the walk-in double shower and the unique oval wall-mounted loo.
Heading back towards the pièce de resistance that is the reception room, on your journey across the hallway you will firstly find the kitchen which is the room neighbouring the lounge. The kitchen has once again been finished to a high-standard and offers crisp white counter tops, integrated appliances such as the full fridge-freezer, AEG hob, dishwasher and washing machine.
Next you have the second bedroom which is an extremely flexible space as it benefits from having a double bed area on the above mezzanine which allows you to use the ground floor element as a separate office space or additional snug living area.
The belvedere access is connected by both the second bedroom as well as the balcony and is an immense space that offers you panoramic sea views which stretch out to as far as the eye can see. This really is a space of pure relaxation and bliss and additionally benefits from being on the end terrace, allowing you the best view imaginable whilst also maintaining immense privacy from within.
Finally, you have the main reception room which is exactly the kind of space you would hope to find in such a grand, historic building. Along with the tall double-height ceilings, you also have the exquisite cornicing in place as well as the beautiful marble fireplace which all help to complement the sea views magnificently.
This property holds one more secret, a key to the gated enclosures, six acres of landscaped gardens with a tunnel to the beach, said to have inspired the introduction to “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll.
The apartment is just a stroll to the vibrant Kemptown Village which is known for its cafes and delis, bars and pubs and independent shopping. The hospital and good schools including the award winning Brighton College and Roedean School for girls is also nearby. The Marina is a few minutes away with a myriad of waterfront restaurants to choose from, as well as cinemas, a health club and a casino. Bus routes serving the city and station, with its fast links to Gatwick and London are nearby.
Council Tax Band D
Maintenance: £2,922 pa
Remaining term on lease: New lease purchased in 2017 – length tbc<br /><br />
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