- Contemporary Finish
- Lift Access
- Three Bedrooms
- City Centre Apartment
- Two Private Balconies
- Great Rental Yield
Guide Price: £425,000 - £450,000
Unmissable opportunity to buy a three-bedroom, split-level apartment with two private balconies, in an extremely desirable modern development with communal gardens, moments from the North Laine. Walk to Brighton Station in two minutes via Fenchurch Walk.
Knight & Knoxley are delighted to be marketing this wonderful split-level apartment in Horsted Court. The property is currently let out and provides a high rental income, but would also be very appealing for owner-occupiers, as it makes a wonderful contemporary-style home. As you enter the communal areas from the street, you will immediately notice that the building is clean and well-cared for. There is a lift to the fourth floor where an open-air walkway leads past great views of the gardens below, to your front door. Once inside, a hallway with space for coats and shoes leads to a fantastic dual-aspect, open-plan living room and kitchen, with a double-height living area, which has glazed doors onto a large balcony, with huge windows above in the double-height ceiling area, which fill the room with light. The balcony runs across the width of the living room and continues along the length of the downstairs bedroom, from where it can also be accessed via sliding doors. Back in the open-plan area, there is a fitted kitchen with an island which delineates the kitchen space from the living room. There is an electric hob with an electric fan oven, an integrated fridge freezer, an integrated dishwasher and an integrated washing machine. As well as the double bedroom on this floor there is a bathroom with a shower over the bath, a basin and a WC. Upstairs are two further good double bedrooms. The main bedroom has an ensuite shower room. There is also a second balcony on this floor which is south-facing and overlooks the communal gardens.
This location is fabulous for anyone wanting to be in a city centre location with all the opportunities for entertainment, shopping and easy travel that brings. The North Laine is famed for its thriving community of independent shops, pubs, restaurants, cafés and street stalls. If it’s vintage clothes, antiques, jewellery, gifts, or just a great cup of coffee you’re after, you’re in the right place. Brighton Komedia is a lively comedy venue which also houses “Dukes at Komedia” cinema. Further south is Brighton Dome, the Theatre Royal and Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. Brighton Station is a two-minute walk via Fenchurch Walk. A five-minute walk brings you to St Peter's Church from where there are more than ten bus services departing for different destinations in Brighton & Hove.
Council Tax Band: E
Tenure: Leasehold (127 years)
Ground Rent: £294 per year
Service Charge: £3,908.18 per year