One bedroom second top floor flat to include the Freehold of the building and large loft space with detailed planning permission granted for a further 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This will provide for a quite magnificent three bedroom three bathroom maisonette. It is considered that in line with consent given to adjacent properties, there is a possibility to instead convert the roof space into a separate self contained flat, subject of course to the grant of planning permission.
Lounge 3.41m x 5.3m
Bedroom 1 3.09m x 3.35m
Bathroom 2.74m x 3.35m
Kitchen 2.47m x 4.31m
Impressive landing area
Built in stair storage
A short walk to Church Road with its variety of restaurants and shops, in addition to George Street. Hove mainline railway station is also within easy reach.
Total ground rent income recieved per annum (including the £30 per annum as paid by Flat 2) is £90.
Lower Ground Floor Flat 189 Years from 24/06/1982
Ground Floor Flat 99 Years from 24/06/1982 ONLY 62 Years Remaining (therefore affording significant investment value)
First Floor Flat 189 Years from 24/06/1988
Proposed Internal Layout
For all documents in relation to the planning consent granted including the drawings, please visit
Then, in the reference box enter BH2018/03030
During 2016, the roof space of number 64 Denmark Villas received the grant of planning permission for a separate self-contained studio flat to be constructed within its roof space. Planning information and drawings are also available from http://planningapps.brighton-hove.gov.uk/onlineapplications/ quoting the reference number BH2016/06255
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