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Park View 2nd floor apartment with lift

With spectacular views across Preston Park in all the main rooms this quiet 2 bedroom apartment is great value for money with big, bright rooms, stylish decoration and a garage – like gold dust in this location! On the second floor of a secure, purpose built block with a lift and double glazing it has an inviting lounge, contemporary kitchen and smart bathroom all ready to go. Between the leafy acres, sports facilities and café of Preston Park and open air theatre, tennis courts and café of Dyke Road Park, this sought after spot is also within easy reach of the international cafés and bars of the 7 Dials and London Road. In a good school catchment area and with Preston Park and Brighton Station both quick to get to, it will appeal across the board as a sociable home for singles or small family, chic pied de terre or investment.

style:
Upper Floor With Lift
bedrooms:
2
floor area:
1 bathroom + seperate wc

outside:
1 living room + kitchen
parking:
Garage
location:
Preston Park


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Price
£325,000
ID
rps_loc-BVP200148
Type
Apartment
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Preston Park
Home area
1 bathroom + seperate wc
Beds
2

Why you'll like it...

Style: 2nd floor apartment with lift Bedrooms: 2 double Bathrooms: 1 Living rooms: 1 + kitchen Area: 705 sq.ft. Parking: Garage, secure bike store, communal parking area at the rear, for the sole use of residents for this block, served on a first come/first served basis Location: Prestonville Why you’ll like it: A stroll from the station and the Dials this striking 20th century block soars above Preston Park Valley with a secure entrance leading to the bike store and sensible communal hallway which has clear directions to the lift. Up on the second floor, the apartment is light and inviting. The hall has a cupboard for coats and ahead, the dual aspect living room has big picture windows framing stunning views which sweep from the encircling Downs across the city and lush open spaces of Preston Park. This room has plenty of scope for defining sociable areas to enjoy either alone or with friends, and the tasteful decoration keeps the focus firmly on the special vista. At the other end of the streamlined passage, the contemporary kitchen is good to go with blonde units providing ample working surfaces. A big larder helps to keep the space uncluttered; three levels of lighting ensure this space is always welcoming and plumbing is there for both a dishwasher and washing machine – which could stay, subject to circumstance. Along the hall, the stylish bathroom has a shower above the bath and a separate w.c. is useful in a shared apartment. Quietly tucked away at the back, the guest room has a wardrobe space built in and at the front, with glorious open views to soothe away any stresses of the day, the master bedroom has privacy, space and style so you won’t need to change a thing. Agent says: “If you’re looking for plenty of space, parking and connected location for a good price this big, bright apartment delivers on all fronts.” Owner’s secret: “We loved entertaining here in the living room which is always bright- and friends envied the view! Because it’s pretty much equidistant between Brighton and Hove so you can reach both easily, when we have been away the apartment has provided a steady income.” What’s around you: Shops: Local 2 minutes, London Road 3 minutes Station: Preston Park 10 minutes’ walk, Brighton Station 7 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Preston Park 8 minutes’ walk, Seafront 10 to drive Closest Schools: Primary: Stanford Primary Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer Sixth Form: Varndean, BHASVIC Private: Brighton College, Brighton & Hove High

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Owner's secret...

“We loved entertaining here in the living room which is always bright- and friends envied the view! Because it’s pretty much equidistant between Brighton and Hove so you can reach both easily, when we have been away the apartment has provided a steady income.”

Agent's thoughts...

With friendly local shops and bistro pub this area has a lovely community feel and the primary school is popular. Away from the crowds you can still reach the beach easily and with two parks to choose from and a bus route nearby to the National Park, a healthy lifestyle beckons. You can get to the world class shopping, fashionable bars, lively arts venues and international restaurants of both Brighton and Hove on foot, by bus or by cab. For commuters, Preston Park Station is about 10 minutes’ walk, and both the A23 and A27 are easy to reach.

where it is...

Shops: Local 2 minutes, London Road 3 minutes Station: Preston Park 10 minutes’ walk, Brighton Station 7 minutes by bus Seafront or Park: Preston Park 8 minutes’ walk, Seafront 10 to drive Closest Schools: Primary: Stanford Primary Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer Sixth Form: Varndean, BHASVIC Private: Brighton College, Brighton & Hove High

A stroll from the station and the Dials this striking 20th century block soars above Preston Park Valley with a secure entrance leading to the bike store and sensible communal hallway which has clear directions to the lift. Up on the second floor, the apartment is light and inviting. The hall has a cupboard for coats and ahead, the dual aspect living room has big picture windows framing stunning views which sweep from the encircling Downs across the city and lush open spaces of Preston Park. This room has plenty of scope for defining sociable areas to enjoy either alone or with friends, and the tasteful decoration keeps the focus firmly on the special vista. At the other end of the streamlined passage, the contemporary kitchen is good to go with blonde units providing ample working surfaces. A big larder helps to keep the space uncluttered; three levels of lighting ensure this space is always welcoming and plumbing is there for both a dishwasher and washing machine – which could stay, subject to circumstance. Along the hall, the stylish bathroom has a shower above the bath and a separate w.c. is useful in a shared apartment. Quietly tucked away at the back, the guest room has a wardrobe space built in and at the front, with glorious open views to soothe away any stresses of the day, the master bedroom has privacy, space and style so you won’t need to change a thing.

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