Situated at the rear of the square, this apartment feels like a house split over two floors, no neighbours above you and largely self maintaining, which means lower maintenance costs. An impressive entrance hall greets you offering plenty of cellar storage. There is a door leading out to the first of two patios. A door to the impressive kitchen/diner which formed part of the original kitchen and even includes the original hearth as a decorative feature. The next room offers more storage and a family bathroom with a window out to the second patio space.
The patio space has a shed and store room which is currently used for bikes. Galvanised steel steps leads up to a raised 25" garden area for the green-thumbed among us. The largest bedroom, next to the kitchen overlooks the patio with built-in storage. This room could do well to become a kitchen and the main bedroom could be where the current lounge is.
Up on the ground floor landing via a painted staircase are bedrooms two and three, both with built-in wardrobes. The second bedroom also has the luxury of an ensuite and is currently being used as the master bedroom. The striking lounge, with its brass feature fireplace with mirrored tile surround, which give a vast space with built-in book shelves and visible beams adding more character to the room that was once part of the original ballroom.
You really can’t find a more ideal and ‘Brighton’ setting than Sussex Square. The glorious Regency buildings are moments from Brighton’s famed beach and surround six acres of private gardens with lawned open spaces and a private tunnel leading down to the beach. This glorious Grade I listed building is moments from the stunning beach and the community of Kemp Town village, with its array of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and the frequent bus service offer easy access to the city centre, Brighton’s mainline station and beyond.