Sitting on one of the city’s most historic streets, just a stone’s throw from Brighton Station and Seven Dials, this one-bedroom flat is ideally located for the urban Brighton & Hove lifestyle.
It is formed within the raised ground floor of a double fronted Victorian building on a corner plot, so this property is dual aspect ensuring it is naturally light throughout the day and it is set well back from the road giving it privacy from within.
You approach up some stone steps and into the communal hallways where your door is clearly numbered. Once inside, the open plan living room is directly ahead with a wide bay window looking out over the city to the north east beyond the roofline of Brighton Station. While open plan, the room is visually divided with carpet in the lounge area where there is space for relaxation and formal dining, and wood laminate flooring by the kitchen which runs neatly along one wall. This has plenty of storage space at wall level and room for freestanding appliances below the worktops while the oven and electric hob are integrated.
Next door, the bedroom shares the same aspect with another bay window bring natural light into the room during the morning. It is a lovely double room with carpet underfoot and the bathroom is conveniently close by. This is classic in white with an electric shower over the bath.
While the entire flat is in fine fettle and ready to move into, it also has huge potential for those wishing to add value in such a highly sought-after location.