Access to the exclusive enclosures with tunnel to the beach
Parking permit zone H
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Quiet and stylish, this historic one bedroom apartment has an exclusive address within one of the most prestigious Grade I listed garden squares on the sunny south coast. Sussex Square has use of 7.5 acres of exclusive, listed enclosures with a tunnel to the beach, there's a local café culture and the heart of the city is 5 minutes by cab.
Why you'll like it
This impressive building is steeped in history and inside, a fine example of a Regency staircase sweeps you up to this apartment on the first floor landing.
With no one above you, this apartment is particularly peaceful, and plentiful windows combined with large proportions ensure that even the entrance hall is light and inviting- and has plenty of space for study if you work from home.
With high ceilings and big sash windows, the living room has character and light. Decorated in understated elegance and a rare black marble fireplace features fossilised shells. To the rear you'll find a bright and cheerful kitchen with classic units and practical work surfaces. Ready for use with a gas hob, integrated oven and discreet hood. The white goods could stay subject to circumstance and negotiation.
Calm and private, the double bedroom is stylish with a high ceiling and tasteful décor. Along the L shaped passage, an airy bathroom has natural light, a shower over the bath and an original lock.
What's more, spanning almost the whole footprint of this unique home, there's a vast attic space with a shallow pitched roof.
One of only two private gardens on the seafront, the location's exceptional and this historic apartment's ideal as a home, for holidays or investors.
What the owner says
"It's a special, creative place to live and it's easy to meet people in the gardens which has access to the beach, too."
Where it is
Shops: Local 2 minute walk, The Lanes a 5 minute cab ride
Train Station: Brighton mainline about 15 minutes by bus
Seafront or Park: The beach is through the tunnel in the gardens opposite.
Primary: St Marks
Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer
Private: Brighton College, The Steiner School, Brighton and Hove High
Set in one of Brighton's most glamorous locations within walking distance of the Marina with its cosmopolitan shops, restaurants, health club and cinemas, this fabulous apartment has use of 7.5 acres of Grade II listed gardens which have a tunnel to the beach said to have inspired the rabbit hole in Lewis Carrol's 'Alice through the Looking Glass'. For the exclusive use of the residents of the Kemptown Estate they are not only private and secure, but also a social focal point of a vibrant and inclusive community. A fifteen minute stroll passing the County Hospital and award winning Brighton College takes you to Kemptown Village with its fashionable mix of patisseries, bars and restaurants. The Georgian Lanes and theatres are a five minute cab ride and close to several bus routes, the city centre and Brighton station, serving Gatwick (30 minutes) and London (55 minutes) are easy to reach.
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