Guide Price £375,000 - £400,000.
A fantastically appointed second-floor apartment situated in one of Hove's most sought after and premier locations. Boasting glorious direct sea views, this apartment really is the epitome of seaside living.
With the beach, Hove Lagoon and Western Lawns just across the road and the green open spaces of Wish Park only moments away, this 2- bedroom second floor Victorian home really does deliver in every way. Sitting on the coast road with enviable direct sea views, the impressive location offers easy access to the many local amenities and the promenade makes it easy to cycle into the centre of Brighton. With Hove mainline station close by this impressive apartment is also perfect for anyone wishing to relocate from London and commute to work.
This lovely light and spacious apartment occupies the second floor of this Victorian period building. The large open plan reception is light, bright and airy and offers the perfect vantage point to enjoy the panoramic sea views. High ceilings, picture rails, intricate mouldings and a lovely period fireplace highlight the superb period detailing that this property affords. There is a modern and contemporary kitchen with plenty of space to cook and prepare. To the rear of the property, the master bedroom enjoys quite lovely tranquil rooftop views. There is also nice sized second bedroom with sea views and a newly fitted bathroom suite.
This truly is a lovely property in a prime location; presented to a good standard the property is “move-in" ready. In short, a must-see!
Kingsway is located on Hove seafront with [plenty of amenities nearby. The apartment benefits from being close to Church Road with its bustling cafe culture and many popular restaurants and bars and both Hove mainline station.
What the owner says.......
It's such a privilege to have breakfast looking out to sea and the horizon all year round, if there's a better way to start the day we're not sure what it could be and we'll miss it dearly. In summer we spend a lot of time on the beach, it's never overcrowded, and it's wonderful to grab a towel and some goggles and find yourself in the sea 30 seconds later, this has been a life-saver for us during lockdown. Perhaps the hardest thing to leave is the quality of light that floods through the big windows into our living-room, even in the darkest days of winter this room is full of natural light all day long, that plus the high ceilings creates a wonderful feeling of well being that will be hard to replace.