Price £375,000 Sold

Rarely available, historic one bedroom BALCONY apartment with SEA VIEWS and views over Brunswick Square. This charming home retains a lot of original features in one of the most sought after locations in Brighton.

PROPERTY: Historic 1 bedroom apartment in the heart of Brighton. Offering many original features, there is the scope to tastefully modernise the property and restore it to your taste.

Designed by pre-eminent early 19th Century architect Augustus Busby, these properties are steeped in history with some notable previous residents. Some of the features include Edwardian Parquet flooring and the original ceiling mouldings from the time of construction,

The apartment is found on the first floor of the building and the entrance hall leads through to the double bedroom, with integrated wardrobes, the family bathroom, kitchen offering a range of appliances and a large living room. The hallway also offers a storage cupboard.

The living room is a real selling point, with high ceilings, complete with original mouldings, the Regency fireplace, Parquet flooring and original shutters. Also included is a large cupboard, offering convenience for storage. The room offers views over the pretty square and the English Channel.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Property Features

  • Sea Views
  • Period Property
  • Views over Brunswick Square
  • High Ceilings
  • Sought After Location
  • Spacious 1 bedroom apartment
  • Historic Property
  • Balcony

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