Every room has a view as the apartment is in the east wing of this prime corner property, once home to the Earl of Bristol. A statuesque porch adorns the building with a magnificent Regency staircase rising to the second floor, plus an impressive marbled atrium opens to a sheltered garden.
The light and inviting entrance hall is so large that the current owners have used it as an occasional guest room so friends can come and go without disturbing the family, there is also a private shower room on the broad horseshoe hallway above it. Bright and cheerful, this wide hall is ideal for setting up a home office or hanging lovely wall art and leads to an elegantly proportioned living room. Boasting twin windows that frame the English Channel, manicured residents’ gardens and spectacular sunrises.
The sociable kitchen/diner has a continental feel with sleek units, glamorous granite and steel surfaces and a central island where friends and family can sit. Ready for use the electric hob and oven are integrated for you, plumbing is in place for a dishwasher and there is also plumbing for a washing machine tucked away in the bathroom.
Central to this floor, a contemporary bathroom with a free standing bath, shower with dual heads and twin hand basins. Completely out of the public eye, the two quiet bedrooms have open views to a glimmer of sea and restful décor and with only lower buildings beneath, they are particularly private.
The jewel in the crown is the roof terrace, ideal for entertaining, having astounding views which sweep from the Downs across the city to the sea.
You really can’t find a more ideal and ‘Brighton’ setting than Sussex Square with the beach moments away and access to the much desired Kemp Town enclosures, six acres of impressive gardens accessed only by the residents of the square.