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Marine Parade, Brighton

  • £250,000
  • Flat / Apartment
  • Property Type
  • 1
  • Living Rooms
  • 1
  • Bedroom
  • 1
  • Bathroom
  • Permit Parking
  • Parking

Within a luxury block with a secure communal entrance, a lift and double glazing this spacious apartment makes the most of its prime position on the south east of the building. Carefully designed, the hushed lobby is shared by only one other home and inside, the long hallway is welcoming and has a cupboard for coats and bags.

Big and bright, the east wall of the living room is lined with windows, and the bay is a good place to admire the oblique view of the waves lapping the beach. There’s plenty of scope for discreet zoning and the kitchen’s nice and sociable although it’s in its own area so it doesn’t impinge on the main living area. Traditional in style with practical work surfaces it’s ready for use with an electric hob, oven and hood – and there’s even a washing machine already in place for you.

Central to the apartment, the bathroom’s pretty in pink with a stylish glass border and it has all you need including a shower above the bath and heated rail for towels, although this is a space which you may want to glam up eventually.
Light and airy with more views over the English Channel which could be brought into the room if you mirrored the triple wardrobe doors, the double bedroom’s a generous size, calmly decorated and waiting for your own personal touch.

Agent's Thoughts

This chic apartment is by the seafront, but on a one way side street it is sheltered from some of the traffic noise and salt spray.
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Owner's Secret

“Although you are at the heart of the city and just by the beach, you’ll feel very secure here and quietly removed from all the crowds.”

Where It Is

Ideal for commuters and highflyers this exceptional apartment is in a sought- after location within minutes of fashionable shopping, restaurants, clubs, cinemas theatres- and the beach. Light and spacious, it’s also conveniently located for the university art colleges and hospitals as well as parks and gardens which provide cool green spaces but also host events in the numerous city festivals. Close to the commercial districts and cultural heart of the city, the whole of Brighton and Hove is easy to reach on foot, by bus or by car and the station with its fast links to Gatwick Airport and London is a 15 minute walk.

What's Nearby

Arts & Entertainment
24 Hour Museum (0.02 mi)
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The Basement Arts Production, South East (0.03 mi)
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Brighton Media Centre (0.05 mi)
Good 1 reviews
Food
Charles Street Tap (0.02 mi)
Good 18 reviews
Harry Ramsden's (0.02 mi)
Average 51 reviews
Harvester (0.04 mi)
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