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Eaton Place, Brighton

  • £210,000
  • Flat / Apartment
  • Property Type
  • 1
  • Living Rooms
  • 1
  • Bedroom
  • 1
  • Bathroom
  • Permit Parking
  • Parking

With local shops and relaxed café culture around the corner, there is a holiday feeling every time you step out of the door and enjoy the sea at the end of the terrace. A classical Regency beauty radiating charm with a curved front, delicate balcony and wrought iron railings, this grand building is Grade II listed to acknowledge its architectural importance and is now secured by answer phone.

The entrance to this stylish maisonette opens to a hushed lobby which instantly soothes. The ceiling is nice and high and it leads through to a sunny, open plan living area where a streamlined kitchen beneath a skylight is ready to meet and greet with plenty of work surfaces for nibbles and chilled glasses for friends to collect as they move through to enjoy the main room with garden views from the French doors to a Juliette balcony in the far wall. Good to go with an integrated electric hob and fan oven under a hood to keep things fragrant, there is designated space for an under counter fridge – which could stay to get you started. Expertly designed, the kitchen is cleverly out of sight of the inviting living/dining area which with 2.57m x 2.78m (8’5’’ x 9’1’’) to play with, has scope to zone- and space for a sofa bed as guests will want to stay after a day on the beach or evening exploring all the restaurants and bars on your doorstep, but out of hearing.

Downstairs, the master bedroom is a quiet haven to return to where you wake to the morning sunshine, enjoy garden views without the weeding, and with calm décor it is ready to move into. Surprisingly spacious, the en suite bathroom has all you need to feel a little bit special and is fitted to refresh and restore.

Agent's Thoughts

“In great demand, our beautiful Regency terraces leading to the sea are a unique, protected signature of our fabulous coastal city with an international reputation for culture, haute cuisine and legendary festivals.”
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Owner's Secret

“I step outside to sea views every day; my favourite restaurant is around the corner and I am in the theatre in the heart of historic Brighton within minutes.”

Where It Is

By the beach, Kemptown Village has an al fresco lifestyle with independent cafés, restaurants and shops which include a butcher, deli, bookstore and grocers as well as a chemist and post office. The cultural heart of the city is within walking distance, and the central district and waterfront bars of the Marina are both easy to reach. Well served for green spaces which host events during our world famous festivals, Kemptown hosts the law courts, Amex and County Hospital and for those who need to travel, the mainline station with its fast links to Gatwick and London is easy to reach on foot, by bus or by cab, and access to the A23/A27 is swift.

What's Nearby

Arts & Entertainment
Economy Of Brighton (0.11 mi)
Fair 3 reviews
Oriental Arts (0.17 mi)
Good 3 reviews
Kemp Town Bookshop (0.25 mi)
Good 8 reviews
Food
NECOT (0.03 mi)
Fair 1 reviews
The Bohemian Lounge (0.05 mi)
Poor 1 reviews
Kemp Spices (0.07 mi)
Average 4 reviews

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