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VR Tour with a vR Headset
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1 bedroom Flat for sale
Roundhill Crescent, Brighton, BN2
GUIDE PRICE: £280,000 share of freehold
Roundhill Crescent is an attractive residential street comprising mostly of early and mid-Victorian houses. The area continues to enjoy much popularity especially with young professionals keen to take advantage of the proximity to Brighton Station and the city centre. Locally, there is a wide selection of shops, cafes and pubs to suit all tastes. Extensive bus services operate nearby from Lewes Road. Brighton Station is approximately 0.7 miles away, while London Road Station is about half a mile away.
The apartment itself occupies the raised ground floor of this converted Garde II listed property. Access is from the communal hallway into the flat’s inner hall. To the front of the property is the open-plan living room which has been finished in rich Victorian tones to match the grandeur of the building. The kitchen runs along one wall and has been intelligently designed to maximise storage and work-surface. The timeless finish conceals all the modern trappings you’d expect from a contemporary kitchen including integrated fridge and dishwasher. The main living area is packed with period charm including the splendid cast-iron fireplace, arched windows with shutters, and dark-stained floorboards.
Next door to the living room is the bedroom which is a nicely proportioned double with a large window with shutters overlooking the rear gardens. The hallway links the bedroom and lounge with the shower room to the rear and attractive cupboards have been built-in providing plenty of storage, alongside space for the washing machine and dryer. To the rear of the property is the shower room. Once again, the finish is immaculate with a classic white suite of enclosed shower cubicle, wash basin and high-level wc paired with brick-finish tiles and Victorian tiled floor. Access to the westerly rear patio garden is from the hall and offers a secluded spot for a chilled glass at the end of the day.
What the owner says:
"Location wise Roundhill Crescent is perfect, with a 20 minute walk to the seafront, a 15 minute walk to Brighton station, a ten minute walk to the lanes and just a few minutes walk from the Level and a short distance to Queens Park and Preston Park too(where I go for my morning run). The flat also right in the middle of some amazing pubs, with the Martha Gunn and Park Crescent just round the corner, and the famous Roundhill pub a short walk away too!
Even better than the location are the lovely neighbours, who have been ever so friendly and helpful when I first moved here. The road also has a monthly newsletter with lots of opportunities to get involved in the community.
The past few years I have completely renovated and restored the flat from top to bottom, with no expense spared on even the smallest details to make it that little bit more special. Boasting the latest tech and some wonderful original features, it’s the perfect mix for anyone looking for their dream home."
In The Know…
Council Tax: Band B
EPC Rating: D67
Floor Area: 43sqm (approx.)
Lease Length: 998 years*
Station: Brighton (0.7 miles); London Road (0.5 miles)
Bus Stop: St Paul’s St (200m)
Parking: Permit Zone J
Local shop: Bradley’s, Upper Lewes Rd (10m)
Supermarket: Sainsbury’s, Lewes Rd (400m)
Local Gems: The Martha Gunn; The Round Hill; Brewed; Fillets; The Level; The Open Market
*As provided by the vendor. All details should be checked and confirmed by your conveyancer.
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