24-26 is arranged as thirteen self contained flats with no 15 being approached from a separate entrance at 26 with just two flats above. The accommodation compromises 2 bedrooms, bathroom, separate WC lounge with balcony over looking the private gardens and kitchen. The Flat has gas central heating and is currently let under the terms of a periodic tenancy, producing £1050 per month.
Situated within the Valley Gardens Conservation area adjoining the level recreation park and accessible to the London Road shopping thoroughfare, Brighton mainline railway station and city centre and both Brighton and Sussex Universities.
Whilst the Houses in the Park Crescent were designed by A.H Wilds and built around the Royal Gardens from 1849 all being listed excepting 24-26 which were erected in 1983 as facsimiles of houses that were bombed in 1942.
Radiator, storage cupboards.
Range of fitted bedroom furniture with two wardrobe cupboards with storage cupboards above, radiator, picture rail.
Low-level WC, wash hand basin, strip light and shaver point radiator, extractor fan.
Panelled bath with shower over, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, mixer tap, storage cupboards under, shelved display alcove, linen cupboard with storage cupboards, part tiling to walls.
Glazed double doors back onto the entrance hall, radiator, multi-paned glazed door onto a small veranda overlooking the communal gardens, picture rail, coved ceiling, door onto:
Range of wall and floor units incorporating cupboards, drawers, work surfaces, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, inset Moffett electric four burner hob, Zanussi double oven, extractor hood, inset ceiling down lighters, Worcester Bosch wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler, window overlooking the gardens, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge freezer.
Double panelled radiator, built in wardrobe cupboard, coved ceiling.