Buckingham Place, Brighton, BN1

1 beds | 1 baths | 1 receptions | £280,000


  • Character features
  • 1 bed period property
  • Central location within Brighton
  • South facing garden with private rear access
  • Gas central heating
  • Panoramic views
  • Convenient location for commuters
  • No onward chain
  • Share of Freehold
  • Strictly no dogs policy

CHARMING 1-BED FLAT WITH SHARE OF FREEHOLD - CONVENIENT LOCATION FOR COMMUTERS - SOUTH FACING GARDEN

John Hoole Estate Agents are pleased to offer new to the market this great opportunity to buy a property full of charm and character, ideally located for commuters from Brighton Station or those working in the City centre. Situated on the ground floor of an attractive Victorian terraced property, the flat is a stone's throw from the city itself but also a short walk to the vibrant hub of Seven Dials with its popular cafe culture and Dyke Park for outdoor leisure pursuits. The internal accommodation comprises of a living/dining room, immediately appealing with its large floor to ceiling bay window allowing spectacular panoramic views across Brighton, a traditional fireplace with ornamental surround and period features such as deep skirting boards and decorative coving. The south-facing double bedroom is situated towards the rear of the property, offering a tranquil space to sleep, and there is ample storage provided by the built-in mirrored wardrobes with both hanging and shelf space. A large sash window affords a lovely view over the garden and allows plenty of light into the room and beyond to the en suite bathroom. The property has the convenience of a separate WC and further storage provided in the space under the stairs. The kitchen is compact with a range of mellow wooden units, an integrated oven, hob and extractor fan and a washing machine and under-counter fridge are included in the purchase price. The property benefits from gas central heating via a combi-boiler and is freshly decorated throughout in neutral colours and has been recently re-carpeted. Steps from the kitchen lead down to an L-shaped patio garden facing south, so ideal for those who enjoy capturing the sun's rays. There is plenty of space for the BBQ and garden furniture, and a small wooden shed provides useful extra storage. Private access to the rear of the garden makes for convenient garden waste removal and bike storage. This property has no onward chain and is offered for sale with a share of the freehold.





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