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During the 19th Century, Brighton was transformed from a quiet fishing village to one of the most fashionable and wealthy towns in the country. From the early 1820s, these uniquely beautiful townhouses began lining the seafront, with their intricate architectural features. Today, these seafront homes have retained their air of grandeur, putting Brighton on the map as one of the most sought-after places to live outside London. The fresh sea air and the wonderfully diverse and artistic culture surrounding them are a welcome bonus.
Set back from the road, a secure entry-phone system provides access, and you take the stairs to where your door is clearly numbered on the first floor. Once inside, you are welcomed into a bright entrance hall and your eye is drawn to the elegant living room to the left. In here, the ceiling soars and three sash windows almost fill the westerly wall from floor to ceiling opening to the balcony. There is space for a small table and chairs out here so you can watch the world go by along the prom, and the sea and skyscapes form an ever-changing backdrop to the space. Inside, there is ample room for formal dining and relaxation, and the neutral décor of fawn carpet and fresh white walls offer a blank canvas to the next inhabitants.
Conveniently nearby, the kitchen shares the same westerly aspect and views, and has been fitted with an integrated oven and gas hob, leaving space for a washing machine. The units are classic in white offering storage at both base and wall levels, and the combination gas boiler is also wall mounted in here.
Moving through the flat to the rear, the bedroom is peacefully positioned looking out over the internal courtyard, so it has urban views which feel perfectly private. It has space for a king size bed and freestanding furniture while built-in wardrobes maximise the floor space further. Easily accessible, the bathroom is fresh in white with a traditional style shower attachment over the bath.