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Features

  • TWO BEDROOMS
  • FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT
  • SOUTH-FACING BALCONY
  • GRADE I LISTED BUILDING
  • SHARE OF FREEHOLD
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • RANGE OF PERIOD FEATURES
  • GREAT CHOICE OF LOCAL AMENETIES
  • GOOD LOCAL SCHOOLS
  • EXCELLENT TRANSPORT LINKS

Nearest Stations

  • Brighton Rail Station - 1.6 miles
  • London Road Brighton - Ditchling Rise - 1.7 miles
  • London Road (Brighton) Rail Station - 1.7 miles
  • Moulsecoomb Rail Station - 2.0 miles
  • Preston Park - London Road - 2.7 miles

*** GUIDE PRICE £450,000 *** Excellently-located in Brighton's most iconic Regency Square in the Kemptown Conservation area, close to the SEAFRONT a wellpresented, GRADE I LISTED, TWO BEDROOM, FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT with a SOUTH FACING BALCONY. This light and elegant apartment (the 'piano nobile' of an 1827 town house once owned by Thomas Kemp's elder sister, Ann) provides beautiful period features including strikingly high ceilings, overhead stucco friezes, and three full-height, south-facing sash windows (with original shutters). All rooms lead from a central hallway; there is a spacious living room, bathed in light, with a decorative fireplace surround, and giving access to a rare south-facing balcony. The flat has two bedrooms, the second again offering direct window access to the balcony and overlooking the gardens (with winter sea views). There is a separate kitchen with white raised panel cabinets and a tiled bathroom with shower over bath. Dating back to the 1800s, residents of prestigious Sussex Square have had private access to 6 acres of enclosed landscaped gardens that drift down towards the sea, with their own secret tunnel (loved by former resident Lewis Carroll) that runs beneath Marine Parade directly onto the seafront, and marina. Ideally situated within walking distance of the vibrant shops, bars and cafés of both eclectic Kemp Town and cosmopolitan Brighton Marina, central Brighton is also within easy reach. A short stroll to the nearby golf course brings you out onto the South Downs, perfect for longer walks. Brighton hospital and Brighton College are also both very close. Brighton train station with its convenient mainline links for both commuters and Gatwick is approximately a mile and a half away, and there are regular bus services into the centre of Brighton and Hove. Newhaven provides a regular cross-chanel ferry service. This flat is located in Parking Zone H and is Council Tax Band C which was charged at £2,078.28 for 2024/25. *Some images have been virtually staged for illustrative purposes. EPC rating - C Council Tax - C Broadband & Mobile Phone Coverage - Prospective buyers should check the Ofcom Checker website Planning Permissions - Please check the local authority website for any planning permissions that may affect this property or properties close by. Parking - H TENURE & OUTGOINGS Tenure: Share of freehold Unexpired term on lease - 953 years Ground Rent - £0 Service Charge - £2,700 General buildings insurance costs included in charges This is information has been provided by the seller. Please obtain verification via your legal representative.

Property Ref: BRI160080

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