This stunning apartment blends nature and seaside living with the culture and energy of city life.
Arranged over two floors and situated within a rare double fronted, Grade ll Listed regency mansion, built in 1827 and designed by architect Charles Busby, who lived at no. 2 Lansdowne Place. The property is mentioned in the Pevsner Architectural Guide.
The current owners have completely updated all the accommodation and this shines throughout this period apartment.
The grand pillared entrance leads through to the well maintained common ways, via a secure telephone entry system.
Once inside, the vestibule hallway provides ample space for coats and shoes and a further door leading into the main living room, providing incredible sea views. The current owners have positioned a dining table to maximise the views while dining. The exposed original wooden floorboards are complimented by the ornate antique fireplace and grand chandelier. The feeling of space is further accentuated by the 3 metre high ceiling and refurbished windows, flooding the room with light.
The kitchen has been remodelled to make the most of the natural light and to compliment the age of the property. The space encompasses bespoke, solid wood wall and base units, with space for an integrated fridge freezer and washing machine, and a traditional butler sink taking centre stage.
Heading downstairs, the bathroom has been updated to a very high standard by the current owners. The noteworthy features include sensor lighting and a traditional shower unit with a rainfall shower head, over the large steel bath. Fired Earth tiles and accessories compliment the Farrow and Ball painted walls. In fact, the entire apartment is painted with Farrow and Ball colours.
A useful under stairs cupboard resides in the hallway and the bedroom is to the front aspect.
The bedroom comfortably holds a super-king size bed, along with space for any freestanding storage units, as well as a pair of bedroom chairs or sofa. Who wouldn’t want to wake up to the sound of the sea rolling over the beach? Further restored bow sash windows and high ceilings, allow in plenty of light and overlook the patio garden.
Outside, offers a private patio garden with scenic planting, which can accommodate seating and a table and chairs. There is also an extremely beneficial store room, perfect for the storage of bicycles and water sports equipment.
The forecourt accommodates exclusive allocated parking for residents, which is extremely rare and highly sought-after for this location.
Lansdowne Place is renowned for being one of the oldest roads in Hove and is in the heart of Brunswick village, with its quintessential Hove spirit.
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|Seafront Position||Tastefully Updated Throughout|
|Private Garden||Residents Parking|
|Superb Location To Amenities||Bright And Airy|
|Character Features||Designed By The Famous Architect Charles Busby|
|Connection To The Sea||Share Of Freehold|