- Newly Converted One Bedroom Apartment
- With Feature Mezzanine Study/Snug
- Within The Valley Gardens Conservation Area
- Perfectly Located Between Brighton Station And The Seafront
- Ideal For Shops, Cafes, Restaurants And Entertainment
- Completed To Very High Standards Throughout
- Bicycle Storage
- 6 Year CML Professional Consultant Certificate
- New 125 Year Leases
- Ready For Occupation Now
Oakley are pleased to offer this newly converted rear ground floor apartment in a period property opposite Victoria Gardens in the heart of Central Brighton. The apartment benefits from a feature mezzanine study/snug, integrated appliances and communal bike storage.
Premier House & Duke House are part of a stunning new redevelopment set within two historic Georgian properties in Marlborough Place, which overlook Victoria Gardens in the cultural heart of Brighton.
Specification Duke House has been sympathetically renovated to combine period finesse with contemporary styling, creating this collection of new apartments. This apartment has been finished to a high specification and has a high gloss kitchen with integrated Bosch & Siemens appliances*, modern white bathroom suite, classic block white tiles, engineered smoked white oak flooring in the living area & entrance hall with grey woollen carpet in the bedroom, secondary glazing and bicycle storage.
Staying local, the North Laine is a unique and lively area personified by its bohemian atmosphere. Hundreds of independent shops sell goods and fashion items from around the world, ranging from bargain chic to sophisticated designer styles. It is the perfect place to relax and watch the world go by from one of the many stylish cafés or bars.
Culture is an intrinsic part of life in Brighton. The renowned Theatre Royal, Duke of York art house cinema and Brighton museum are all a stroll away and the city regularly hosts festivals and exhibitions including the annual Brighton Pride Festival, Brighton Comedy Festival and Brighton Festival, the largest arts festival in England and one of the largest in Europe.
Brighton also offers a wide choice of health and fitness clubs and dynamic activities. Meander down to the seafront and promenade, swim at the nearby Prince Regent swimming pool or sail from the exclusive Brighton Marina. It is just a short bus trip to the South Downs for a host of other activities or simply a relaxing walk amidst wonderful scenery.
Fast Links To London & Abroad
Brighton’s mainline station is only 0.5 miles away and runs frequent services to Gatwick (24 minutes), London Victoria (56 minutes) and London Bridge (63 minutes), for fast access to London.
The nearby A23 directly connects with the M23 and M25, bringing Gatwick and Heathrow within easy reach by car.
Up & Coming
Jubilee Square links the North Laine and the Royal Pavilion and forms a central part of Brighton’s Cultural Quarter. The library won 10 awards the year it opened and is one of the most energy efficient public buildings in the country, emitting half as much carbon dioxide as buildings of comparable size. The piazza style square includes cafés, bars, restaurants, shops, offices and a boutique hotel, ideal for a 24 hour urban lifestyle.
Marlborough Place is part of the proposed Valley Gardens project to create a pedestrianised boulevard from the Royal Pavilion heading north towards St Peters Church - for more information visit: http://www.urbanmovement.co.uk/brighton-vg_projects_urd.html
Following in Jubilee Square’s footsteps, the nearby Circus Street redevelopment is creating a vibrant new quarter of the city, an economically and creatively productive neighbourhood where art and culture sit alongside modern living and hi-tech start up business.
It will deliver two landmark public buildings: The Dance Space, which will be a hub that connects world class artists to the local community and a University Library and Academic building, including a café, media centre and publicly accessible exhibition space.
The scheme will also deliver a modern office building including over 3,000 sqm of flexible office space to help growing creative and digital businesses remain and flourish in the city.
Local History - The Lanes & The Royal Pavilion
A ‘laine’ is an old Sussex term for a piece of land at the foot of the Downs. The area that is now The Lanes was part of the original settlement of Brighthelmstone, built up during the late 18th century. In 1977, Ken Fines, Borough Planning Officer, saved the northern most Lanes from extensive redevelopment that could have seen existing buildings being replaced by new high-rise buildings, a flyover and a large car park. Fines felt the area had charm, and pressured the local council to retain it, designating it the North Laine Conservation Area, after the historic name.
Today you can see four hundred year-old fishermen's cottages sitting alongside cosy pubs and brick-paved twittens, boutique shops and the exotic Royal Pavilion, built for King George IV as a seaside pleasure palace, mixing regal splendour with an Indian exterior and internally decorated with lavish Chinese stylings.
Final Release. The apartment is ready for occupation.
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* Integrated appliances vary depending on the size & layout of the flat