Sussex Square, Kemp Town
Regency period property directly opposite Sussex Square Residents Gardens. Top floor apartment with two bedrooms, balcony/roof terrace, kitchen/breakfast room, spacious living room and utility room.
Abundance of features including: sash windows, period fireplace and wooden flooring.
This wonderful apartment is tucked to the rear of the building perfect for tranquillity. Leading into the property there is a large hallway with plenty of space for coats and outerwear and a wall mounted entry phone system. A spacious living room which is flooded with natural light from a large sash window with views over Kemp Town. Plenty of room for furniture, period fireplace and engineered oak flooring underfoot, crisp neutral décor and wall mounted lighting.
An open arch leads into the kitchen/breakfast room. There is space for a family size table and chairs. The wood flooring flows into this room. The kitchen has plenty of top and bottom units with a gas hob and stainless steel extractor fan, electric oven and stainless steel sink with drainer. A large sash window floods in natural light.
Back through the hallway a sweeping staircase takes you up to the next floor which has two large double bedrooms. Both rooms have stripped wooden flooring, large sash windows for light, feature wall paper and one bedroom has built in wardrobes. The bathroom has a white suite with chrome fittings and fully tiled for ease.
Finally through the utility tucked to the rear is the roof terrace. Wrought iron surround and tuff laid with plenty of space for a table and chairs.
You also of course have access to five acres of private gardens, known as the Kemp Town enclosures, which is only accessible to people who live in and around Sussex Square. Kemp Town village, one of the most popular parts of Brighton, is a short walk away, which offers an eclectic mix of boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, traditional butchers and greengrocers, not forgetting the fantastic antiques shops and flea markets.