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Inwood Crescent, Brighton, BN1
Sold Subject to Contract

2 beds | 1 bath | 1 reception | £425,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


  • FIRST TOP FLOOR MAISONETTE
  • LONG LEASE - 900+ YEARS
  • SOUTH-WEST FACING PRIVATE GARDEN
  • DESIRABLE BRIGHTON LOCATION
  • CONTEMPORARY DECOR WITH PERIOD FEATURES
  • TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • CLOSE PROXIMITY TO AMENITIES COMMUTER LINKS
  • LARGE FAMILY BATHROOM WITH SEPARATE SHOWER
  • SEPARATE KITCHEN/DINER
  • GAS CENTRAL HEATING AND PARTIAL DOUBLE GLAZING

**MAISONETTE |  PRIVATE SOUTH-WEST FACING GARDEN | LONG LEASE  | CONTEMPORARY & TASTEFUL DECOR**

With generous room proportions, a southwest-facing garden, and an immaculate interior, this two-bedroom maisonette is truly impressive. Positioned halfway along the charming Inwood Crescent, this delightful property occupies the upper two floors of a Victorian terraced house and being elevated on one of Brighton’s renowned hills, the property offers breath-taking views across the Preston Valley to the east. The area is celebrated for its strong sense of community, with a tranquil ambiance just a stone’s throw from the city centre’s vibrant amenities. Located amidst popular schools and parks and only a three-minute walk from Preston Park Station, it is ideal for commuters and families. The property retains a wealth of original features, beautifully blended with a contemporary palette and high-end fixtures, creating a modern and polished finish. Its prime location and exceptional presentation make it highly coveted.

As you approach, a few stone steps lead you into a short communal hallway, shared with just one other residence. Your private door opens to an internal staircase, freshly painted in crisp white, guiding you to the heart of the apartment. At the top of the stairs, the kitchen breakfast room awaits. Bathed in natural light from its double aspect windows and benefiting from a southerly orientation, this bright room exudes rustic charm with a contemporary twist. Original terracotta flooring and solid wood units topped with oak set a warm, inviting tone. A butler sink is seamlessly integrated, and there is space for a washing machine and a tall fridge freezer. Open shelving adds a practical touch, perfect for pots, pans, and hanging utensils. A spacious kitchen table sits beneath an industrial-style pendant light, and a door opens directly to the garden, ideal for alfresco dining. South-west facing, the garden is a summer suntrap, perfect for barbecues and relaxing with friends.

Adjacent to the kitchen, bedroom two offers a generous double space with painted floorboards and a traditional ‘school style’ pewter radiator. The double-glazed window frames picturesque garden views while ensuring warmth and security.

The white painted floorboards extend into the living room at the front of the apartment, where three beautifully restored sash windows flood the room with light. From here, the stunning city vista is first revealed, providing a perfect backdrop for relaxation. The spacious room easily accommodates comfortable sofas and chairs, making it an ideal space for entertaining or unwinding.

Ascending to the top floor, a large skylight illuminates the white-walled staircase leading to the master bedroom. This romantic space is a haven of tranquility with expansive views that truly come into their own. Adjacent is the main bathroom, designed with inspired touches. Moroccan tiled floors, a contemporary freestanding bathtub, and a separate double shower cubicle with metro tiles and a Victorian-style shower head blend historical charm with modern luxury, creating a spa-like atmosphere.

This maisonette on Inwood Crescent is not just a home but a lifestyle, offering a blend of historical charm, contemporary comforts, and an enviable location with stunning views.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Tenure: Leasehold

Length of lease: 941 years

Service charge: £300 pa (building insurance) + ad hoc payments for maintenance/repairs

Ground rent: £10 pa

Council tax band: B

Parking zone: A (no waiting list)



Council Tax A fee submitted to your local authority to cover expenses related to local amenities such as schools, libraries, and waste management. The payment amount is determined based on the property's value. Read our glossary page

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Ground Rent A recurring payment issued by the tenant to the landlord or property management firm. Read our glossary page

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Annual Service Charge An estate's shared area expenses, such as building insurance, lighting, cleaning, and maintenance, are typically covered by a periodic payment that is commonly made on a yearly basis. Read our glossary page

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Length of Lease The duration of time you have acquired the leasehold, or the right to reside in a property. Read our glossary page

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