Brunswick Place, situated at the top of Brunswick Square is a fine example of Regency architecture-being one of the few elegant, seafront townhouses remaining as a single dwelling in the city and one of few occupied by a whole family.
Built by Wilds and Busby in 1828 to 1830 Brunswick Place formed a focal point of the town, providing imposing luxury houses on the coastline.
Having been extensively refurbished throughout, the internal accommodation at Brunswick Place is remarkable and offers the ultimate mix of classic regency architecture and modern, creating balanced and elegant designs that flows from room to room. Today, the house lends itself to practical family living and offers the opportunity of entertaining on both a modest and grand scale from one of the number of reception rooms.
Arranged over five floors, with five double bedrooms and three luxurious bathrooms, the house offers an array of impressive period features including beautiful fireplaces, full length windows, cornicing detailing, dado rails and solid wood floors.
This unique double bow fronted property is situated at the top of Brunswick Square, Hove Lawns and the beach and offers the use of Brunswick Square gardens, where one can sit, relax and engage. The cosmopolitan city of Brighton is within walking distance with its extensive range of shops, restaurants and cafes. The area of Brighton and Hove has long been renowned for its excellent private schools-Brighton College in particular having just won The Sunday Times coveted award of UK Independent School. Brighton and Hove mainline station being found within close proximity providing commuters with quick and easy access to the capital.