Knight & Knoxley are excited to be marketing this exceptional first floor apartment in Roundhill Crescent. As you arrive and walk from the hall into the open-plan reception you are welcomed by the fantastic feeling of space and light. The ceilings are over three metres high and the three windows across the front of the room are all over two and a half metres tall. They look out onto a balcony that runs the full width of the property and which has a wrought iron balustrade. There are long views over the city to the southeast and in the summer, the morning sun stays on the balcony until the early afternoon. In the living room, there is a grand fireplace as the centrepiece of the room, with a high mantel, and the original floorboards have been stripped and oiled. The wooden floors run through the reception to the kitchen and bedroom and add a beautiful warmth to the whites and neutrals of the colour scheme. This scheme continues into the kitchen where there are white units and metro tiles, with a solid wood countertop. There is a gas hob and an electric oven, an integrated fridge and an integrated washing machine. The open-plan reception space is comfortable wide enough, at nearly seven metres, to accommodate a seating area, a work area, and a dining table and chairs.
The bedroom is at the back of the apartment with views over some of the largest gardens in this part of Brighton. In contrast to the urban feel of the views from the front balcony, it is incredibly peaceful, with birdsong drifting in from outside and a lovely outlook onto mature trees. There are built-in wardrobes on one wall of the bedroom and fitted shelves in the alcoves. There are also further really useful floor-to-ceiling storage cupboards off the entrance hall. Finally, the bathroom has a white suite, a shower over the bath with a glass shower screen, and a mirrored cabinet. The central heating and water are run from a Logic combi boiler which has been regularly serviced.
The location is incredibly convenient with central Brighton and Brighton station within walking distance and a huge selection of bus services running from Lewes Road. There is a large Sainsburys just down the road and countless local independent shops close by. At the Level, there is a park with a café, playground and a fantastic skate park.
The current owner has loved living here and will be sad to say goodbye when they move to another city. One-bedroom apartments as charming as this one don’t come along every day so don’t miss out, we don’t expect it to be on the market for long.
Council Tax Band: B
Tenure: Share of Freehold