- Davigdor Road, BN3

£1,500 Per month
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VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE. A luxurious two bedroom fifth floor apartment situated in a recently built development within walking distance to both Brighton mainline and Hove train stations, which is also conveniently located to allow easy access to an array of popular retail, catering and entertainment facilities. This property is perfect for those looking to enjoy a vibrant lifestyle. The accommodation comprises open plan kitchen / living area with door leading to private west-facing balcony, kitchenette includes integrated Bosch appliances, two double bedrooms, luxury style family bathroom and en-suite shower room to master bedroom, communal terrace, storage cupboard with Bosch washer / dryer, electric heating, double glazing, bike storage in gated underground compound, video entry-phone system, lift access. Sorry no pets.

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Josh Lepine
Valuation Manager
01903 213281

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Rob Jackson
Senior Negotiator
01903 213 281

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  • Avatar CLARE DE LOS SANTOS ★★★★★ 2 weeks ago
    I find Michael Jones to be very friendly and helpful estate agency I have dealt with. Would absolutely recommend them.To Elise for giving me a second chance to view this beautiful flat and because of that now I have found my home.Big thanks … More to Lisa who has always responded to all our queries promptly and generally just been a delight to communicate with. She's professional and always happy to help.
  • Avatar কাকন হাওলাদার ★★★★★ a month ago
    PROFESSIONAL AND VERY FAST SERVICE . THE OFFICER NAME IS James Adams WAS VERY HELPFULL . BACK AGAIN DEFINATELY .
  • Avatar David Thompson ★★★★★ a month ago
    Would highly recommend Michael Jones and Bacon in Lancing and in particular Gary Evans, who, after a prolonged and occasionally very challenging purchase remained calm, helpful and always optimistic about finding a solution to suit the … More vendor and myself. We got there in the end Gary and in no small part, that was down to you, thank you.