- REGENCY FLAT
- SECOND FLOOR
- GRADE II LISTED
- BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED
- SASH BOW WINDOWS
- MODERN INTERIOR
- OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/LIVING ROOM
- 1 DOUBLE BEDROOM
- LARGE BATHROOM
- GOOD COMMUTER LINKS
Guide Price ***£280,000-£300,000***
STYLISH GRADE II LISTED 1 BEDROOM FLAT IN ICONIC REGENCY SQUARE.
The white Grade II listed properties of the Clifton Hill conservation area create a distinctive presence and offer easy access to all that Brighton and Hove have to offer.
Sitting on the top floor of a beautiful bow fronted building in Brighton's only inland Regency-style square; the easy flowing layout of this dual aspect home offers a large open plan living/dining room with a superb kitchen, one double bedroom and elegantly styled bathroom, along with plenty of period charm.
NO ONWARD CHAIN. LONG LEASE. FANTASTIC LOCATION. VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. EPC RATING C.
In More Detail - Set within the grandeur of a Grade II listed building with its instantly recognisable clotted cream exterior and black iron railings, the impressive interior of this Brighton home is presented to a beautifully high standard with a fantastic flow of natural light. Sash windows, crisp white walls and a period fireplace create an inviting and sophisticated backdrop.
Inside - Beautifully lit by picture perfect bow sash windows that look out onto the gardens of Powis Square, the large open plan living area offers a highly sociable feel. A distinguished fireplace creates a traditional focal point while the generous proportions provide a great space to relax and entertain, easily accommodating a dining table.
Fully fitted with richly toned Shaker-style cabinets and sleek countertops, the modern kitchen area is well-appointed with an array of integrated appliances.
The sense of light and space continues along the hallway in the equally well-presented double bedroom, while a monochrome floor adds a classic finishing touch to the large bathroom with its full size bath and overhead shower.
In The Local Area - Dating back to the 1800s Powis Square is a stone's throw from the vibrant heart of Brighton and a leisurely stroll from the seafront. Built in the mid-19th century, the Clifton Hill conservation area is characterised by its distinctive period houses and villas.
For those needing access to commuter links Brighton's mainline station is approximately only half a mile from your door, while the wealth of cafes, bars and shops of Seven Dials, Western Road, Church Road and Brighton's famous North Laine area are even closer.
Plenty of bus services provide access to all parts of the city as well as nearby outlying villages and up to the panoramic views of Devils Dyke.
Situated in Parking Zone Y, currently this Brighton home is in Council Tax band A which was charged at £1,203.99 for 2018/19.
We wish to inform prospective purchasers that we have prepared these sales particulars as a general guide. We have not carried out a detailed survey, nor tested the services, appliances and specific fittings.
Room sizes are approximate.
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