Offered for sale with no onwards chain is this deceptively spacious and well presented 2 bedroom flat set within this impressive iconic building just a short walk of the Esplanade, South Bay and Town Centre. The building was converted in (1984/1986) into 33 flats, previous to this its long history includes uses as a a corn mill and bakery in the 17th-18th century, in the 19th century five large terraced houses were built on the site - all five stories high. The middle house was bought and occupied by Oliver Sarony, who was a famous pioneer of photography working in New York and London. The current accommodation comprises: Entrance hallway leading to the bay fronted living room with partial sea views, a kitchen with a range of units, 2 double bedrooms and a bathroom fitted with a 3 piece suite. There is gas central heating and double glazing. The building is well managed with lift access to all floors plus there is private external storage cupboard within the building.