York Villas, Brighton
It’s believed the property was originally built to house mistresses of the Prince Regent in 1820. However, in the 1990’s the property was developed to create 6 separate dwellings with access to the communal gardens. From the roadside, you are welcomed by tall decorative gates and into the communal gardens with mature plants and flower beds but mostly laid to lawn. The communal ways of the building are well maintained and spacious with a sweeping staircase leading up to the apartment door. Upon entering the internal hallway your eyes are drawn to the main living space ahead. The dual aspect room with high ceilings, stripped wood floors and feature brick wall make it a wonderful place to spend your evenings in or entertaining guests. The open plan kitchen has been finished with shaker-style cupboard doors and has space for the large range cooker. Off the main hallway is a spacious master bedroom with a large sash window and built-in wardrobes on either side of the chimney breast. A further double bedroom has a pleasant outlook over the communal gardens and finally, the fully tiled bathroom comes complete with a walk-in shower and fitted vanity unit.
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Nestled within the sought-after Henfield Common, this distinctive and charming three-bedroom residence is positioned gracefully, offering a serene retreat while being just a short stroll from the heart of the village of Henfield.
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