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Lansdowne Place, Hove

£1,750,000 Offers Over
  • Ref: 11502
  • Type: House
  • Availability : For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 7
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Reception Rooms: 3
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • RARELY AVAILABLE 5 STOREY REGENCY BUILDING FOR SALE
  • 6 BEDROOM HOUSE AND SELF CONTAINED 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT
  • SEAFRONT LOCATION BETWEEN WESTERN ROAD AND THE SEAFRONT
  • 5 STOREY BOW FRONTED BUILDING
  • VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION
  • EXCELLENT DECORATIVE ORDER
  • CLOSE TO MAINLINE STATIONS FOR COMMUTERS
  • OFFERED WITH NO FORWARD CHAIN
  • 3304 SQFT

Property Summary

We are delighted to offer for sale this rarely available Grade II listed building in Lansdowne Place. The accommodation is arranged over 5 floors and has a lower ground floor self contained apartment. The property is situated in this most sought after location between Western Road and Hove Seafront.

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DESCRIPTION Fulfil your dreams of owning a piece of local history. We are delighted to offer for sale this rarely available Regency Grade II listed building in Lansdowne Place, Hove.



This stunning seven bedroom residence is arranged over five floors and has a lower ground floor self contained apartment affording spacious accommodation with a total size of 3,304 sq ft.



The property is situated in this most sought after location between Western Road with comprehensive shopping facilities with national chains and independent traders alike, and Hove Seafront providing excellent recreational facilities.



Access to both Hove and Brighton mainline railway stations are to hand for commuters within approximately 15 minutes walking distance.



Lansdowne Place was built on the site of one of the original old roads of Hove. It was called Wick Road because it led from Wick Farm to the sea but it was re-named Lansdowne Place in 1834. Isaac Lyon Goldsmid chose the name in honour of the 3rd Marquis Lansdowne (1780-1863) who helped to pass the Reform Bill of 1832.



This house could be reinstated to a single home.

DIMENSIONS Basement:

Bedroom

11'09 x 10'10

Living room

14'08x 12'10

Patio

15'05 x 7'04

Kitchen

13'01 x 8'10

Ground Floor:

Reception Room

15'07 x 13

Dining Room

14'04 x 10'10

Kitchen

17' x 8'08

Utility

9'04 x 6'11

Garden

20' x 17'

First Floor:

Bathroom

14'02 x 8'09

Reception room

13'11 x 11

Bedroom

14'01 x 8'10

Second floor:

Double Bathroom

14'09 x 11'

Bedroom

17'02 x 15'02

Bedroom

14'02 x 8'09

Third floor:

Bedroom

15'10 x 10'02

Bedroom

15'11 x 10'05

Bedroom

15'06 x 6'06

Bathroom

11'08 x 6'06