A stunning duplex property tucked away behind Sussex Square, The Mews is very private. Large Sash windows all look out to a westerly courtyard. A super stylish home with en-suites, utility room, storage vaults and high ceilings.
To the rear of Sussex Square is this beautiful interesting duplex property, it feels like a terraced house as you have no neighbours below or above you. It is part of the 7-8 Sussex Square building, and so has a share in the freehold and there is managing agent that looks after the building. It also benefits from the use of the 6 acres of the private Sussex Square enclosures.
As you enter through your gate on Rock Street, stairs lead down to your West facing courtyard which offers a glorious place to sit out and enjoy the afternoon sunshine. There are also 2 under pavement vaults that offer extra storage. Through your main front door you are greeted with a hallway with a coat cupboard. to your right the wood flooring runs into the utility room, and to the left it runs into the large lounge. The focal point of the lounge is the enormous fireplace which would have been the old cooking area serving the entire house when it was originally built in 1835. The lounge is wonderfully light with a very large window looking out to the entrance courtyard, and to the other side a smaller window looks out to the light well.
On from the lounge is the dining area, with its own large sash window, perfectly positioned next to the kitchen making this home a great space to entertain in. The wood floor continues in both rooms and contrasts nicely with white walls and the white kitchen cabinets. Integrated appliances such as; dishwasher, fridge and freezer are all hidden away for a smart look. There is under cabinet lighting and LED lights in the kick board to add some extra lighting, and the white enamel sink is set in the oak worktop under another large window.
To the rear of the lower level of this home with a walk in wardrobe, is a large second bedroom. A peaceful and tranquil room with a door and window to an inner courtyard, and a beautiful en-suite shower room with W.C.
The main bedroom is up a set of stairs on the mezzanine level with glass frontage its a large light space with a built in cupboard in one corner. Through a dressing area you enter a large bathroom; a combined W.C. and sink unit with built in vanity cupboards and draws offers plenty of storage. The bath is great for lazy soaks under a Velux window.
A truly unique home with a share in the freehold it is one to be viewed to appreciate the space, character and light. You can get easy access to the seafront via the gardens and the infamous tunnel (where its believed Lewis Carrol got inspiration for Alice in Wonderland) and it’s a short walk along the promenade to the newly opened Sea Lanes outdoor pool and its amenities nearby such as the Beach Box Saunas and Bison Bar. Kemp Town High Street has a great collection of independent shops, boutiques cafes and pubs and a wonderful community.
Parking zone H
Council tax band A £1486
Maintenance £1200 per year
Lease the remainder of a 999 year lease
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