BVK200319_16.jpg
BVK200319_07.jpg
BVK200319_08.jpg
BVK200319_09.jpg
BVK200319_06.jpg
BVK200319_10.jpg
BVK200319_11.jpg
BVK200319_04.jpg
BVK200319_05.jpg
BVK200319_02.jpg
BVK200319_03.jpg
BVK200319_12.jpg
BVK200319_01.png

Walpole Terrace BN2

With a bright and sunny east west orientation this charming garden apartment by the restful playing fields of Brighton College is quiet, and as both the spacious living room and beautiful bedroom have leafy views they are also unusually private! On the ground floor of a grand Victorian Villa with glorious proportions, the kitchen opens to a delightful walled garden which backs on to woodland, so this is a quiet oasis where it is easy to forget that the vibrant, international heart of our city is just 15 minutes away on foot. Close to the County Hospital, Queens Park and Kemptown’s cafe culture and beaches it is more convenient for professionals and investors than the peaceful setting suggests, and the historic cultural heart and glamorous waterfront restaurants of Marina are also easy to reach on foot by bus or by cab.

style:
Ground Floor
bedrooms:
1
floor area:
Kemp Town

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


back to results read full details brochure and floorplan view map book a viewing or call
Price
£280,000
ID
rps_loc-BVK200319
Type
Apartment
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Kemp Town
Home area
Kemp Town
Beds
1

Why you'll like it...

Tucked behind the trees and playing fields of one of the best schools in the country, this quiet apartment is in a sought after spot in our coastal city by health, flight and teaching professionals as the hospital is a 6 minute stroll, friendly local shops open at good hours and there is almost 24/7 access to the airports if you do not drive. With stately bays and broad steps leading to a grand entrance, first impressions are good and inside, the communal hallway is cared for with the door to this apartment to your right. Bright, quiet and stylish the apartment is ready to move into and you step straight into an elegant living room full of afternoon sunshine streaming through the west facing bay which stretches almost from floor to ceiling, and with uninterrupted views over the College grounds this room is brighter than many. The lofty ceiling adds to the airy feeling and there is plenty of space for relaxing or entertaining with a statuesque fireplace as a focal point. Next door, you will sleep easily in a double bedroom which looks across the garden so it is very private as well. Bathed in morning sunlight the tall window almost stretches to the ceiling, which is high. There is plenty of floor space to play with even with a double bed in it and there is a hand basin to one side if you share. By it, a hallway has ample storage space beneath the stairs and further along, a contemporary shower room has a cheerful seaside theme and natural light. Opening to the secret garden, the kitchen is a modern classic in black and white and has been thoughtfully planned with an integrated hob and oven opposite the sink and a central space for an undercounter fridge. Outside, a scented sun trap awaits, full of birdsong, and with attractive flint knapped walls it is secure for pets. Planted for all year interest it is a joy to return to after a busy day in the city – and it is easy to forget that shops and bars are so close by. Agent says: “Ground floor garden apartments in this quiet, convenient location by one of the best schools in the country- and close to the hospital- do not appear on the market very often.” Owner’s secret: “We have enjoyed the gracious proportions of the living room and the open views. It really is light and quiet here with lovely neighbours. You can walk to everything you need; the hospital is a 6 minute walk and there are several local bus routes if you need to get to the station quickly.” What’s around you: Shops: Local 2 minutes, the Lanes about 15 minute walk Station: Brighton 10-15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Sea 10 minutes, Queen’s Park about 5 Closest Schools: Primary: St Luke’s, Queen’s Park Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton & Hove High, Brighton Waldorf

Like this? Tell your friends

Video Tour...

Owner's secret...

“We have enjoyed the gracious proportions of the living room and the open views. It really is light and quiet here with lovely neighbours. You can walk to everything you need; the hospital is a 6 minute walk and there are several local bus routes if you need to get to the station quickly.”

Agent's thoughts...

Ideal for professionals, city lovers and water babies this stylish home is tucked away opposite Brighton College and just 6 minutes from the Hospital. Close to the beach and Queen’s Park which has a playground, tennis courts, pond and café it is also within walking distance of local shops and friendly amenities of Kemptown Village. There are good transport links to the city centre and international shopping, restaurants and cinemas of our world famous Lanes, and station serving Gatwick and London. If you like the great outdoors, a healthy lifestyle beckons as it the Marina, a 60 acre park, golf course and the National Park are easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab.

where it is...

Shops: Local 2 minutes, the Lanes about 15 minute walk Station: Brighton 10-15 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Sea 10 minutes, Queen’s Park about 5 Closest Schools: Primary: St Luke’s, Queen’s Park Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer Private: Brighton College, Brighton & Hove High, Brighton Waldorf

Tucked behind the trees and playing fields of one of the best schools in the country, this quiet apartment is in a sought after spot in our coastal city by health, flight and teaching professionals as the hospital is a 6 minute stroll, friendly local shops open at good hours and there is almost 24/7 access to the airports if you do not drive. With stately bays and broad steps leading to a grand entrance, first impressions are good and inside, the communal hallway is cared for with the door to this apartment to your right. Bright, quiet and stylish the apartment is ready to move into and you step straight into an elegant living room full of afternoon sunshine streaming through the west facing bay which stretches almost from floor to ceiling, and with uninterrupted views over the College grounds this room is brighter than many. The lofty ceiling adds to the airy feeling and there is plenty of space for relaxing or entertaining with a statuesque fireplace as a focal point. Next door, you will sleep easily in a double bedroom which looks across the garden so it is very private as well. Bathed in morning sunlight the tall window almost stretches to the ceiling, which is high. There is plenty of floor space to play with even with a double bed in it and there is a hand basin to one side if you share. By it, a hallway has ample storage space beneath the stairs and further along, a contemporary shower room has a cheerful seaside theme and natural light. Opening to the secret garden, the kitchen is a modern classic in black and white and has been thoughtfully planned with an integrated hob and oven opposite the sink and a central space for an undercounter fridge. Outside, a scented sun trap awaits, full of birdsong, and with attractive flint knapped walls it is secure for pets. Planted for all year interest it is a joy to return to after a busy day in the city – and it is easy to forget that shops and bars are so close by.

popular properties...

Baths -
Beds 1
Living rooms -
Apartment
£250,000
Baths -
Beds 1
Living rooms -
Apartment
£265,000