Coombe Road, Brighton
- Sought after location
- CHAIN FREE
- Desirable building
- Open plan living diner
- Well proportioned throughout
- Separate mezzanine space
- High ceilings throughout
- Contemporary and modern throughout
- Period building
This exceptional apartment is surrounded by local shops and cafés, in between the sought after area of Brighton University and the North Laines, this well located bold building rises over four floors. Originally constructed in 1918 as a diamond factory and has been converted in the early 21st Century creating luxury city apartments, and this one is the third biggest amongst them.
Entering the property, you are met with huge arched windows, high ceilings, additional mezzanine space, double-glazing, gas central heating, 900+ years on the lease, no onward chain, and on-site parking – oozing Art Deco charm, this century-old diamond factory has been beautifully converted into extra large, stylish city apartments.
Light floods the huge living space of this first-floor one-bedroom home, which is the ideal space for entertaining. The space is overlooked by an additional mezzanine, sitting above the recently renovated, modern fitted kitchen and bathroom with white furnishings.
The mezzanine is currently being used as an ample office space and sleeping area with room for a king-size bed. On the other side of the apartment's entrance hall, you'll find the huge double bedroom, which also has the same high ceiling and another beautiful arched window.
A 20-minute walk to Brighton station or the heart of The Lanes, the apartment is located in the up and coming Lewes Road area, where the Preston Barracks regeneration project is very soon to deliver green recreation spaces, shops, cafes, a 1km running track, and more.
Residents can reach 2 major supermarkets and good coffee within a 5-minute walk, plus recently renovated local pubs, keeping up with the rest of the area's tasteful makeover.