A stones throw from Brighton Station with its direct trains to Victoria and London Bridge, this one bedroom apartment comes with lovely outside space great for entertaining. We think this could be either a great first flat for someone or a great investment.
DESCRIPTION Bath Street has the obvious benefit of being on a quiet road so although the apartment is so close to central Brighton there is hardly any road noise. The accommodation works and flows really well. From the front door there is a spacious hallway and leading from there is the large master bedroom, with high ceilings and beautiful sash windows. Also off the hallway is the bathroom, unusual in shape but very practical with bath/shower, sink and toilet neatly arranged. The open plan kitchen and living room are at the back of the apartment benefiting from easy access to the private garden. Outside, the rear garden is partly decked and leads from the living room, providing plenty of space for a table and chairs for an evening barbecue.
LOCATION Overall, this is a superb apartment, whether it’s for an investment, a first time buyer or a commuting professional looking for a great location. The sale also benefits from having no chain involved.
Bath Street is just a short walk from Seven Dials and its array of independent shops and places to eat, especially Flour Pot Bakery, a firm favourite with locals. Additionally there are two well stocked Co-op supermarkets and a Post Office. Brighton station is a five minute walk and Seven Dials is also serviced by several of the city’s excellent bus routes providing easy access to central Brighton, Hove and beyond.