Brunswick Town has long been heralded as one of the property hotspots in the city. The iconic cream facades of the Regency townhouses command an air of grandeur which has not been lost since their inception early in the 19th Century. Many have since been converted into separate dwellings, but they are still as sought after today for their generous proportions, period features and favoured coastal location.
This spacious studio apartment is formed within the first floor of an end-terrace townhouse at the southerly end of the road. It has a freshly painted façade in cream adorned with the architectural features of the period and is set well back from the road. Once inside, the scale of the building becomes apparent and stairs lead up to the first floor where your door is clearly numbered.
Stepping first into a vestibule, there is space to hang coats, and pale wood laminate flooring flows into the main reception room. This is a great size with a generous sash window on the southerly wall so natural light filters in throughout the day. There are clearly defined areas for work, relaxation and sleeping, and the kitchen is open plan. This offers plenty of storage and comes with an integrated oven and induction hob, leaving space for a washing machine and an under counter fridge.
Nicely separate, the bathroom is simply designed in white with a tall shower cubicle and a radiator for towels and warmth during the cooler seasons. It would be possible to modernise in here for very little whilst adding value to the property – or simply to put your own stamp on the place.