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Chesham Place BN2

Combining period perfection with contemporary style, this spacious two bedroom apartment is an irresistible package of stately proportions and sea views inside, and a private – and large-west facing garden outside, with the beach at the end of this grand, Grade II listed terrace. Sensitively transformed into a sociable home with a sophisticated open plan lifestyle, you can enjoy this coastal city’s unique lifestyle to the full as it is less than 80 yards from the seafront with the famous café culture of Kemptown Village around the corner. Within walking distance of the hospital, Amex and the Marina, the international shopping, bars and restaurants of the city and the station serving Gatwick and London are also easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab.

style:
bedrooms:
2
floor area:
Kemp Town

outside:
745 sq. ft
location:
Kemp Town


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Price
£425,000
ID
rps_loc-BVK200311
Type
Apartment
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Kemp Town
Home area
Kemp Town
Beds
2

Why you'll like it...

With the English Channel glittering at the end of a terrace listed to preserve its classic beauty, this stately building has tall Doric columns adorning an imposing entrance secured by answer phone so first impressions are good, and inside, the communal hallway is hushed with this apartment at the foot of the staircase. Ahead, an elegant reception offers contemporary open plan living in Regency style with a soaring ceiling decorated by egg and dart plaster work and an irreplaceable, original fireplace. Big windows line the east wall to bring in the sun and sea views and there is ample floorspace in which to entertain. Tucked away in its own space behind a sociable peninsular bar, the kitchen is well-planned with cream units providing plenty of storage and smooth working surfaces, and the five ring gas hob, oven and hood are integrated for you as are both the fridge and freezer. Quietly at the back, a romantic double bedroom still has a floral freeze wending its way around the lofty ceiling, and simple and stylish with a large window and stripped floor it has restful views across the garden. Along the hallway, there is plenty of space under the stairs for storage and a central bathroom with natural light, heated rail and shower above the bath is lined in marble effect tile. Opening to the garden, the second bedroom is quiet and comfortable with a fitted wardrobe. Outside, a scented sun trap with tropical planting is a secret oasis to return to after a busy day in the city with herbs and a discreet vegetable patch. Dynamic design includes circular decking which is ideal for alfresco dining and surrounded by beds planted for all year interest. West facing it has the afternoon and evening sun and there is a paved area at the back for safe barbecuing and a shed for winter storage. Agent says: “Inside, there’s a great blend of old and new and the garden is unusually large for this historic quarter of the city – and it is sunny too.” Owner’s secret: “Close to one of the best schools in the country, this has been a happy family home which has given us the healthy lifestyle we wanted by the sea and is close to a park with access to the Downs. It has worked well for work and for time out, and there are plenty of local restaurants, bars and attractions we can easily walk to.” What’s around you: Shops: Local 2 minutes, The Lanes 15-20 to walk, 5 by cab Train Station: Brighton 15 by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront 1 minute, park 5 minutes Closest schools: Primary: St Luke’s, Queen’s Park, St Mark’s Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton Steiner, Brighton and Hove High

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Owner's secret...

“Close to one of the best schools in the country, this has been a happy family home which has given us the healthy lifestyle we wanted by the sea and is close to a park with access to the Downs. It has worked well for work and for time out, and there are plenty of local restaurants, bars and attractions we can easily walk to.”

Agent's thoughts...

By the beach, Kemptown Village is on the doorstep with a bohemian atmosphere and independent cafés, bistro pubs and shops which include a butcher, deli, grocers, chemist and post office. The cultural heart of the city is within walking distance, and the international city centre and cosmopolitan Marina are both easy to reach. Near to good schools including award winning Brighton College, it is also well served for green spaces which also host events during festivals. Ideal for professionals, Kemptown hosts the law courts, Amex and hospital and for those who need to travel, the mainline station with its fast links to Gatwick and London is easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab, and drivers can gain swift access to the M23.

where it is...

Shops: Local 2 minutes, The Lanes 15-20 to walk, 5 by cab Train Station: Brighton 15 by bus Seafront or Park: Seafront 1 minute, park 5 minutes Closest schools: Primary: St Luke’s, Queen’s Park, St Mark’s Secondary: Varndean or Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton Steiner, Brighton and Hove High

With the English Channel glittering at the end of a terrace listed to preserve its classic beauty, this stately building has tall Doric columns adorning an imposing entrance secured by answer phone so first impressions are good, and inside, the communal hallway is hushed with this apartment at the foot of the staircase. Ahead, an elegant reception offers contemporary open plan living in Regency style with a soaring ceiling decorated by egg and dart plaster work and an irreplaceable, original fireplace. Big windows line the east wall to bring in the sun and sea views and there is ample floorspace in which to entertain. Tucked away in its own space behind a sociable peninsular bar, the kitchen is well-planned with cream units providing plenty of storage and smooth working surfaces, and the five ring gas hob, oven and hood are integrated for you as are both the fridge and freezer. Quietly at the back, a romantic double bedroom still has a floral freeze wending its way around the lofty ceiling, and simple and stylish with a large window and stripped floor it has restful views across the garden. Along the hallway, there is plenty of space under the stairs for storage and a central bathroom with natural light, heated rail and shower above the bath is lined in marble effect tile. Opening to the garden, the second bedroom is quiet and comfortable with a fitted wardrobe. Outside, a scented sun trap with tropical planting is a secret oasis to return to after a busy day in the city with herbs and a discreet vegetable patch. Dynamic design includes circular decking which is ideal for alfresco dining and surrounded by beds planted for all year interest. West facing it has the afternoon and evening sun and there is a paved area at the back for safe barbecuing and a shed for winter storage.

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