£349,950
Stanford Avenue, Brighton
    1 bedroom apartment for sale
     

    Features

    • Exceptional Roof Terrace
    • Highly Sought After Location
    • Immaculate Throughout
    • Views Over Preston Park
    • Close to City Centre
    • Top Floor Period Apartment
    Knight & Knoxley are delighted to present this wonderful bright and airy apartment, moments from Preston Park, with a superb large roof terrace with views over the park.

    This is a wonderful opportunity to buy a beautiful period top-floor apartment with a fantastic and sizeable roof terrace. The roof terrace is extremely private and walled with attractive decking to give the feeling of an outdoor/indoor room. The main reception room is a six-metre, open-plan kitchen/living/dining room with a recently fitted modern kitchen and a breakfast bar with solid granite work surfaces. There is a Zanussi electric hob and fan oven, an integrated washing machine, integrated slimline dishwasher, and an integrated fridge with freezer section. The kitchen has been well designed to make the most of the space and there is plenty of work surface for food preparation.

    In the bathroom, there is a white suite with a shower over the bath and a hand basin set in a vanity unit. The brassware is in chrome and there is a matching chrome towel rail. The bedroom is also a good size, over four metres in length and with fitted wardrobes at one end. The flat has a Vaillant Ecotec Pro24 combination boiler.

    The property is situated on Stanford Avenue at the southern tip of Preston Park, which has large open spaces, tennis courts, a velodrome and two places to grab a coffee and a bite to eat - the Rotunda Café or the Chalet Café. The Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Brighton’s much-loved and oldest cinema, is moments away at Preston Circus, screening a huge variety of films throughout the week. St Augustine’s Art’s & Events Centre, which has a yoga studio and a café, is a few moments away. A stroll down London Road will bring you to the vibrant Open Market which is home to independent shops, artist’s studios and plaza traders, with stalls selling handmade arts and crafts and delicious food. There are great local pubs and restaurants including the Open House, Signalman, Jolly Brewer, Preston Park Tavern and the Roundhill, all close by. Brighton Mainline station is a 15-20 minute walk, with direct services to London Bridge and Victoria. London Road station is a ten-minute walk, with services to Lewes and beyond. Several bus routes run close by including the 5, 5A and 5B which will take you straight into town.

    Council Tax Band: A
    Tenure: Leasehold (89 years)
    Reference: RS1250

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