1 Bedroom flat in central Brighton, England.

ID #10449

Brighton and Hove, England Urban Yes Apartment
2 1 1
1st Apr 2020  to  20th Sep 2020
1st Apr 2020  to  20th Sep 2020
1st Apr 2020  to  20th Sep 2020
Mid-term Exchange (2-4 weeks), Open to offers, Short-term Exchange (2-5 days)

Comfortable second floor flat with lift in Art Deco building close to all city amenities, beach, parks, restaurants, shops. Large Communal garden bordering park. Bus stop outside building, or a five minute walk to main thoroughfare with many buses to all parts of city and rail stations, approx one hour to London by rail. Flat has central heating, a generous bedroom with king sized bed, bathroom with shower over bath, kitchen with fridge, oven, hob and washer/dryer. Living room with double sofa bed, dinning table and chairs, TV. Internet....this is a second home and we have mobile internet on a pay as you use basis.

Doorman/Security, Garden, Lift/Elevator, Television, Washing machine
No Smoking
Sorry no pets
Sorry no children
Car swap not available
Brighton and Hove Gatwick

There is scope for exploring historical sites, walking in the natural landscape, going to the theatre, sailing, shopping, enjoying all varieties of live music, choosing from one of the many restaurants while enjoying views of the sea. Visit the Royal Pavilion or go on a Vinyard tour and experience the excellent wines being produced in the south of England. Get on a bus and see the beautiful rural villages or take in the opera at Glyndbourne. Or just wander into the city centre and enjoy the vibes of The Lanes and the Laine, with live music and great cafes.

Residential area very close to central city, in Brighton and Hove that includes the vibrant beach scene, marina and the beautiful natural walks of the South Downs Way. There is great access to coastal towns and cities like Portsmouth, Chichester, Rye, Lewis, etc. Brighton has a large arts community with the Brighton Festival in the spring featuring international and local artists and activities. Gatwick Airport is half an hour by train from Brighton Station, London an hour. Brighton has a colourful network of shopping streets known as The Lanes, full of independent quirky antique, jewellery and vintage shops. Also in the central city is The Pavilion, a Royal Palace, a completely over the top marvel of design built in Indian style for King George IV. The Brighton Pier, and the British Airways i360 tower are on the seafront along with many cafes and shops. Regency architecture features in many of the city squares and parks, our flat is above one, walk to the seafront through its garden.

The map marker is a general indicator of the local area only.
Boating/Sailing, Fishing, Galleries/Museums, Golf, Historical Sites, Public Parks/Gardens, Public Transport, Restaurants, Shopping, Sightseeing, Spectator Sports, Tennis, Theatres, Walking

Mary Anne English 2 Yes
No 68 and 71 Retired Teacher and Chef. New Zealand

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We are a retired couple, Warwick is 71, Maryanne 68. We are New Zealanders who have spent time working in England as a pre retirement change of focus from our previous roles in teaching and hospitality. We relocated to NZ in 2015, to a small beachside village, and travel to Brighton on a yearly adventure, catching up with English friends and family and enjoying city life. In NZ we are drawn to enjoying our natural surroundings, our family and friends, and renovating our house and garden. We look forward to more trips to European destinations, which we are often accompanied on by friends. We are interested in food and wine, history, walking, canal boating, fishing, culture, reading, gardening, art, railways.