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Chichester Terrace BN2

With wonderful uninterrupted sea views, this elegantly proportioned two bedroom apartment spans the second floor of a Grade I listed Regency terrace. With an additional room which could be used as another bedroom and potential for terrace area at the back (stnpp), the property offers access to six acres of private, landscaped gardens. Only the residents of Sussex Square, Lewes Crescent, Arundel Terrace and Chichester Terrace have access. Inside every room is light and airy and some precious period details remain, and the location is sought after as it is between the cosmopolitan Marina and the fashionable local shops, cafes and restaurants of Kemp Town Village.

style:
Upper Floor Without Lift
bedrooms:
2
floor area:
1,091 sq ft

outside:
Family bathroom + en suite
parking:
Permit Parking
location:
Kemp Town


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Price
£550,000
ID
rps_loc-BVK170218
Type
Apartment
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Kemp Town
Home area
1,091 sq ft
Beds
2

Why you'll like it...

This Grade I listed terrace of stately Regency mansions faces the sea but is set back from the coast road by well-kept gardens. The grand communal hallway has period features with a broad staircase sweeping up to the second floor to this spacious apartment. The hallway is wide and L shaped, hinting at the depth of the apartment and above your head is original egg and dart coving. Ahead, sunshine streams through the refined reception and the two big windows bring in views of the open sea all the way from the Marina in the east to Brighton Pier in the west. With original shutters and subtle secondary sash windows, the window seats below discreetly double as storage. The decorative ceiling is high and there is a beautiful grey marble fireplace. Next door, also with wonderful views of the ever English Channel, the front bedroom is unusually generous in size and has high ceilings. Central to the apartment, the stylish yet traditional bathroom has a bath with a shower attachment and a separate shower. Quietly situated at the back of this substantial building, the light and airy master bedroom looks over long gardens to the attractive flint walls of the Mews houses built to serve the terrace and has twin double wardrobes with further storage over and a chic en suite shower room with an Aqualisa power shower. With west facing windows bringing in the afternoon sunshine, the bright and cheerful galley kitchen has plenty of units and work surface space. The electric hob is integrated beneath an extractor and the fridge, freezer, dishwasher and warming drawer are all integrated for you. As you would expect of an apartment of this quality, there is a separate utility area concealed in one of the cupboards in a good sized mezzanine room on the half landing, which has lots of windows and floor space and is currently used as a study and occasional bedroom. There is access to a fire escape to the rear which could be used as a balcony subject to necessary consents.

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Owner's secret...

“All of the rooms are light and a comfortable size, and the location by the beach and close to shops, bars and restaurants makes you feel as though every weekend is a holiday”

Agent's thoughts...

This listed Regency terrace is set in one of Brighton’s most glamorous locations within walking distance of the Marina with its cosmopolitan shops, restaurants, health club and cinemas. A short stroll, passing the County Hospital and award winning Brighton College, takes you to Kemp Town Village with its fashionable mix of patisseries, bars and restaurants. The Georgian Lanes and theatres are a five minute cab ride and close to several bus routes, the city centre and Universities are easy to reach as is Brighton station, with its fast links to Gatwick and London.

where it is...

Shops: Local 2 minutes, The Lanes 5 by cab, about 20-25 to walk Train Station: Brighton mainline 15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: The seafront is opposite, Queen's Park is under a 10 minute walk closest schools: Primary: St Mark's, St Luke's Secondary: Dorothy Stringer, Varndean Private: Brighton College, Brighton Steiner, Roedean, Brighton & Hove High

This Grade I listed terrace of stately Regency mansions faces the sea but is set back from the coast road by well-kept gardens. The grand communal hallway has period features with a broad staircase sweeping up to the second floor to this spacious apartment. The hallway is wide and L shaped, hinting at the depth of the apartment and above your head is original egg and dart coving. Ahead, sunshine streams through the refined reception and the two big windows bring in views of the open sea all the way from the Marina in the east to Brighton Pier in the west. With original shutters and subtle secondary sash windows, the window seats below discreetly double as storage. The decorative ceiling is high and there is a beautiful grey marble fireplace. Next door, also with wonderful views of the ever English Channel, the front bedroom is unusually generous in size and has high ceilings. Central to the apartment, the stylish yet traditional bathroom has a bath with a shower attachment and a separate shower. Quietly situated at the back of this substantial building, the light and airy master bedroom looks over long gardens to the attractive flint walls of the Mews houses built to serve the terrace and has twin double wardrobes with further storage over and a chic en suite shower room with an Aqualisa power shower. With west facing windows bringing in the afternoon sunshine, the bright and cheerful galley kitchen has plenty of units and work surface space. The electric hob is integrated beneath an extractor and the fridge, freezer, dishwasher and warming drawer are all integrated for you. As you would expect of an apartment of this quality, there is a separate utility area concealed in one of the cupboards in a good sized mezzanine room on the half landing, which has lots of windows and floor space and is currently used as a study and occasional bedroom.

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