(Pardon the formality, just grabbed this from the real estate listing ;)
Grade II * listed Regency end of terrace house set within 3.5 acres of private gardens moments from Brighton city centre and beach. This horseshoe-shaped crescent was designed and constructed in 1849 by one of Brighton's most important and renowned architects, Amon Henry Wilds.
Externally the exquisite lowered south facing gardens wrap around the property creating a tranquil oasis with scented planting, fig tree and aged wisteria intertwining decorative wrought iron balcony. The property also features a swimming pool and patio area perfect for those long lazy summer afternoons. Other benefits include underfloor heating throughout the basement level.
Residence has direct access to the Park Crescent gardens which are for the sole use of the residents and are completely secure as they can only be accessed through the houses.
With separate areas incorporating space for different uses, such as a children's' play area with table tennis equipment and climbing frames, alongside the more peaceful, secluded spot this property opens out onto, you have something for everyone.
Brighton beach and the city centre are within easy walking distance and The South Downs National Park with vast open expanses are a short ride away. The property is close to the recently redeveloped Open Market and London Road/Preston Circus area which offer numerous restaurants and a vibrant foodie scene. The famous Brighton Laines & beach are within walking distance. Artist open houses run through the spring months along with summer fairs and street parties in the city and surrounding streets. Looking for an evening out? The Duke Of York's Picture house is one of the best in the UK along with great local pubs serving good food (try The Hare & Hounds, Joker, Open House, Signal Man, Park View, Preston Park Tavern & Jolly Poacher). Excellent local shops serving the best coffee and scrumptious things.