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Marine Parade BN2

Just a stone’s throw from the beach, this stylish two bedroom seafront apartment has a choice of entrance and sheltered south facing courtyard. Large and light with high ceilings and big windows, this lower floor apartment is within a Grade II listed Regency beauty, once Clarges Hotel owned by actor Dora Bryant. A star buy, it offers sophisticated open plan living and privacy and this location within walking distance of the hospital and Amex is a favourite with professionals and investors. The famous café culture of Kemptown Village is at the end of the block, the international shopping, bars and restaurants of the Lanes are a 5 minute drive – or 15 minute walk- and for commuters, the station serving Gatwick and London is a short bus ride.

style:
bedrooms:
2
floor area:
Kemp Town Sea front

outside:
745 sq.ft
parking:
Permit Parking
location:
Kemp Town


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Price
£325,000
ID
rps_loc-BVK150824
Type
Apartment
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Kemp Town
Home area
Kemp Town Sea front
Beds
2

Why you'll like it...

This Grade II listed terrace of stately Regency houses faces the sea but is set well back from the coast road by a well- kept lawn and first come first served parking, although there is ample permit parking available with no waiting list. The secure entrance impresses with Doric columns and inside, there is a hint of film star in the chrome video entry system and the beautiful communal hallway has period details including original tiling underfoot. A private and sheltered, flag stoned courtyard is accessible via a door from the master bedroom. Using the internal door, the lobby sets the restful tone of the apartment with a lobby for coats and bags which steps up to the spacious living room. Graceful proportions remain unspoilt, and built in an age reliant on natural light there is plenty of it, pouring through three generous sash windows which have retained their original wooden pull up shutters, and follow the beautiful rounded wall at the front. With plenty of space with scope to zone into distinct areas for entertaining, on your left a statement wall has a fireplace mantel with fitted shelving to one side whilst to your right the streamlined kitchen forms an L shape, so although sociable it isn’t dominant. There are plenty of wooden units mixed with glamorous black and glass wall units and well planned, everything flows from the central touch induction hob and oven which are beneath a hood to keep things fragrant. Stylish green crackle glass surfaces work well with a glittering border and there is plumbing for a washing machine. A door separates out the sleeping from the living areas, making the bedrooms quieter than some and the long passageway links two buildings, meaning that both of the spacious double bedrooms also have large windows in the gently curved frontage and look over the private courtyard accessed from the spacious master bedroom. At the end of the hall a chic bathroom has a double ended bath has a Mira Sport shower above it so water pressure should not be an issue, and the hand basin has extra storage beneath it. Agent says: “Although lower ground this is not a dark apartment and as you go downstairs you leave the noise of the city behind you.” Owners secret: “The location has been great for us, having such quick access to Kemp Town village – with local shops and plenty of pubs – and the sea front is still on our doorstep!” what’s around you Shops: Local 1 minute, Georgian Lanes 15-20 to walk Train Station: Brighton 15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Sea is opposite, park 5 minute walk closest schools: Primary: St Luke’s, Queen’s Park Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton Steiner, Brighton and Hove High

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Owner's secret...

“The location has been great for us, having such quick access to Kemp Town village - with local shops and plenty of pubs - and the sea front is still on our doorstep!”

Agent's thoughts...

Opposite the beach, Kemptown Village is on the doorstep with a great atmosphere and independent cafés, restaurants and shops. The cultural heart of the city is within walking distance, and the bustling central district and harbourside amenities of the Marina are both easy to reach. Near to good schools including famous Brighton College, it also has green spaces including St George’s secret garden, Queen’s Park and the Downs nearby. Ideal for professionals, Kemptown hosts the hospital, law courts and Amex and for commuters, the station with its fast links to Gatwick and London is easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab, and access to the A23/A27 is swift. At the time of writing, H zone has no waiting list.

where it is...

Shops: Local 1 minute, Georgian Lanes 15-20 to walk Train Station: Brighton 15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Sea is opposite, park 5 minute walk closest schools: Primary: St Luke’s, Queen’s Park Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton Steiner, Brighton and Hove High

This Grade II listed terrace of stately Regency houses faces the sea but is set well back from the coast road by a well- kept lawn and first come first served parking, although there is ample permit parking available with no waiting list. The secure entrance impresses with Doric columns and inside, there is a hint of film star in the chrome video entry system and the beautiful communal hallway has period details including original tiling underfoot. A private and sheltered, flag stoned courtyard is accessible via a door from the master bedroom. Using the internal door, the lobby sets the restful tone of the apartment with a lobby for coats and bags which steps up to the spacious living room. Graceful proportions remain unspoilt, and built in an age reliant on natural light there is plenty of it, pouring through three generous sash windows which have retained their original wooden pull up shutters, and follow the beautiful rounded wall at the front. With plenty of space with scope to zone into distinct areas for entertaining, on your left a statement wall has a fireplace mantel with fitted shelving to one side whilst to your right the streamlined kitchen forms an L shape, so although sociable it isn’t dominant. There are plenty of wooden units mixed with glamorous black and glass wall units and well planned, everything flows from the central touch induction hob and oven which are beneath a hood to keep things fragrant. Stylish green crackle glass surfaces work well with a glittering border and there is plumbing for a washing machine. A door separates out the sleeping from the living areas, making the bedrooms quieter than some and the long passageway links two buildings, meaning that both of the spacious double bedrooms also have large windows in the gently curved frontage and look over the private courtyard accessed from the spacious master bedroom. At the end of the hall a chic bathroom has a double ended bath has a Mira Sport shower above it so water pressure should not be an issue, and the hand basin has extra storage beneath it.

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