Brooker Street, Hove

£425,000 Offers Over
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Council Tax Band: B
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Property Features

  • West Facing Garden
  • 60 Sq.Mt / 645 Sq.Ft
  • No-Ongoing Chain
  • Walking Distance to Hove Station
  • Central Hove
  • Share of Freehold
  • Six Year New Home Warranty
  • Ground Floor Apartment
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Beautifully Presented

Property Summary

Elliotts are delighted to offer for sale this beautifully presented ground floor two double bedroom apartment in Brooker Street. Accommodation extending to 60 Sq.Mt / 647 Sq.Ft. The apartment is extremely central with the location just off Blatchington Road in the heart of central Hove and on the very doorstep of all the town centre amenities and just a few blocks from Hove Seafront and Hove Train Station. The property benefits from being sold with no-ongoing chain, sold with a share of freehold and a west facing patio garden.

Full Details

Brooker Street is one of a number of roads in this exceptionally popular community, which regularly have events such as street parties, which help contribute to the excellent community feel in this area. Ideally placed in the centre of Hove, with the advantage of Blatchington Road, George Street and Church Road and their vast array of local independent shops, restaurants and bars just a short stroll away.

This converted ground floor two double bedroom apartment, offering seamless access to a west facing patio garden through a sliding door. Impeccably designed throughout, this residence showcases exquisite details including calacatta-style porcelain worktops, splashbacks and integrated appliances as well as a luxurious Aquaroc solid stone vanity unit in the bathroom.

Both bedrooms are a double with a special mention to the main bedroom that features a spacious bay window with built-in wardrobe and shelving, complemented by plantation-style shutters that ensure privacy without compromising on natural light."