Just moments from Kemp Town’s seafront, this beautiful apartment is graced with high ceilings and period detailing. The amazing west facing garden is much larger than others in the area being 40ft.
Guide Price £800,000 – £850,000
Situated on a popular road that leads down to the seafront, Eaton Court, was originally a school in 1890’s. This garden apartment occupies the entire raised ground floor of the double fronted building, with the sea moments away.
As you enter this refurbished apartment you are greeted by a welcoming hallway with wood panelled walls and generous coat hanging space. The high ceilings and stylish reception area have been opened up to create a huge light and airy space, the current owners love socialising with family and friends, and this area has been designed with this in mind.
The immaculate original decorative ceiling to the front with detailed cornicing is jaw dropping, finished off with a statement chandelier perfectly echoing the ornate period mirror above the open and working marble fireplace, both could stay subject to circumstance.
In the spectacular kitchen is a second marble fireplace, a lovely feature which the grey cabinets are designed around. The work top and breakfast bar are bespoke unhoned Granite, ideal for a budding chef, housing a countersunk Smeg five ring induction hob. Opposite is the Smeg double oven, and built-in combination microwave, full height pull out larder cupboards grace either side. Life can be conteplated on the window seat which looks out through the large picture window to the landscaped west facing garden.
Oak Wooden flooring flows through this reception area continuing into the hallway with loft storage, and under stairs storage cupboard, to the utility room, past the stunning family bathroom with slate flooring. A walk-in shower with rainfall shower head is at one end of the room and a large bath sits at the opposite end of the room and is fantastic for lazy soaks. Beautiful grey bathroom furniture topped with Corian surface has an integrated WC and sink with vanity drawers.
At the end of the hallway is the utility room, with stainless steel sink and space for a washer dryer, as well as an integrated drinks fridge. A stable door leads out a raised terrace where the last of the evening sun can be enjoyed.
Back inside to the north side of the apartment, through an exposed brick arch, is all about being peaceful and quiet, housing three double bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes. The master to the front of the building is exceptionally large with a feature fireplace, and built-in cabinets either side, and double glazed sash windows. Behind wardrobe doors is currently a kitchenette, designed so the space can be let out as an Airbnb to generate extra income when family and friends are not visiting, however could easily be converted to a walk in wardrobe.
In the oak floored hallway past more storage, is another bathroom with shower over bath. The third (middle) bedroom is tranquil it has a floor to ceiling double glazed sash window which leads to a balcony and has access to its own shower room with WC. At the rear is the second bedroom with French doors to the garden, an extremely peaceful and tranquil room with built-in wardrobes and fitted shelving.
One of the largest gardens in Kemp Town measuring 40’8 x 27’7, it has been landscaped with raised ‘Sleeper’ beds built with mature rose bushes and a huge array of beautiful foliage. The garden is west facing so benefits from uninterrupted sunshine all day long. Well established Honeysuckle and Jasmine add scent to the garden, especially enjoyable on a summers evening. There is a recently built wooden garden room with Sedum roof and period decorative doors, with a smaller stone potting shed adjoining, which houses the garden tools. There is a very convenient back access via the wide garden gate which leads on to Sudeley Place, ideal as the owners love their water sports, and cycling.
Set mere moments away from the eclectic and fashionable Kemp Town village, with its expanse of independent shops, trendy cafes, restaurants and welcoming pubs. The city centre is within easy reach via the frequent bus services at the top of the road, or a stroll along the beautiful Brighton promenade, as the sea is at the bottom of the road.
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