Property Summary

38 Montpelier Crescent, incorporating 117 Dyke Road, is a magnificent and prominent landmark building, wrapping around the corner of the Seven Dials. It encompasses both the prestigious regency Montpelier Crescent and Dyke Road. The property is currently used as B1 offices, providing scope for a variety of uses, subject to the necessary consent. Currently arranged over five floors, it has access via four private entrances, alighting the pavement at various elevations and these provide extra elements, making converting a more viable prospect. Two small retail units in Dyke Road on the ground floor of the building were sold off separately some years ago. Boasting high ceilings and many original features on the upper floors, there is ample scope for alternative use, such as residential development and D1 medical use (subject to necessary consents).

situation

The property is located in the heart of the bustling and vibrant area of the Seven Dials Brighton, with easy access to the City Centre to the South and the Seafront. The Railway Station is within a five minute walk, which has made the area a popular residential attraction for commuters. It also houses an array of cafes, wine bars, restaurants and deli's, plus two popular Co-ops.The area also serves local Solicitors, Banking and commercial Offices.

accommodation

Internally, the property extends over 5 floors - currently configured as 19 distinct rooms and storage space. The property benefits from a recent major external schedule of repair and redecoration. The property comprises of 4 lower ground floor gardens, facing on to Montpelier Crescent and a lower ground floor courtyard off Dyke Road.
TOTAL NIA to all floors; 334.6 sq.m (3,600 sq.ft)
TOTAL GIA to all floors; 476.1 sq/m (5,125 sq.ft)

type

A prominent landmark building in the vibrant Seven Dials area of Brighton

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description

38 Montpelier Crescent, incorporating 117 Dyke Road, is a magnificent and prominent landmark building, wrapping around the corner of the Seven Dials. It encompasses both the prestigious regency Montpelier Crescent and Dyke Road. The property is currently used as B1 offices, providing scope for a variety of uses, subject to the necessary consent. Currently arranged over five floors, it has access via four private entrances, alighting the pavement at various elevations and these provide extra elements, making converting a more viable prospect. Two small retail units in Dyke Road on the ground floor of the building were sold off separately some years ago. Boasting high ceilings and many original features on the upper floors, there is ample scope for alternative use, such as residential development and D1 medical use (subject to necessary consents).