Sussex Square Penthouse - Property Snapshot!

Published: Friday 10th Jul 2015

Written by: Abi Radford

Located in Sussex Square, which is one of the most historic and iconic postcodes in Brighton, this penthouse apartment provides comfortable accommodation for a family or group of friends. Sussex Square has glorious gated communal gardens within which you can relax with a picnic or you can take a walk down to the stunning beaches that are opposite. With the centre of Brighton a short half an hour walk or a five minute bus ride away, this property is perfectly located for you to enjoy both town and beach life! Spend your days sunning yourself on one of the pebbled beaches or take a trip into town. Meander through the quirky, unique shops of the Laines, explore the Royal Pavilion Palace, say hello to the fish at the SeaLife Centre, or for the thrill seekers have a go on one of the rides on the pier! Brighton has so many attractions to visit that you will sure to be returning year after year!

Sussex Square Penthouse is a large Regency apartment that is decorated with a mix of traditional furniture and contemporary additions. With striking wallpaper decorating the lounge you will feel like you have been transported to an oriental palace! With three bedrooms and an additional sofa bed there is enough room to accommodate up to eight people – perfect for large families or groups of friends. The kitchen is equipped with all that you would need and there is also a washing machine and dishwasher to make your stay even more comfortable. The open plan living and dining room provide fantastic views over the communal gardens. Self-catered accommodation offers you the flexibility and privacy that hotels cannot which is why we think that a self-catered holiday is the way to go!

With all of this to offer, this property is a fantastic addition to our portfolio and will certainly fill up quickly! For more information about all of our properties please visit our website at or call us in the office on 01273 308779.

Abi Radford



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