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Sussex Heights 20th floor Mid-Century luxury apartment

Sitting sky high on the 20th floor of Sussex Heights, this luxury apartment has the best vantage point in the whole city. Famously the tallest building on the South Coast, and a well-recognised part of Brighton’s topography, Sussex Heights stands twenty-four storeys tall, and is fine example of 1960s architecture. Inside, the apartment has been renovated to an exceptional standard, with generously proportioned rooms filled with natural light due to ample glazing running along its easterly edge. With two sizable bedrooms, a vast reception room with built-in bar, a sauna spa bathroom and integrated technologies – this is a luxury apartment designed to impress. The additional benefits of a concierge and a resident caretaker add to the security and prestige of the building, so will appeal to professional sharers, investors and those looking for a lock-up and leave or second home within the city. Being so perfectly located for the shops, restaurants, bars, beach and Brighton Station, it is sure to be coveted by many.

style:
bedrooms:
2
floor area:
1 Bathroom with sauna/steam room plus separate WC

outside:
1 spacious Living Room with spectacular views
parking:
Resident Parking
location:


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Price
£550,000
ID
rps_loc-BVK200213
Type
Apartment
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Home area
1 Bathroom with sauna/steam room plus separate WC
Beds
2

Why you'll like it...

Style: 20th floor Mid-Century luxury apartment Bedrooms: 2 double Bathrooms: 1 with sauna/steam room plus separate WC Living Rooms: 1 spacious with spectacular views Location: Sussex Heights/Brighton Seafront Parking: Permit zone Z or Metropole Hotel permit Why you’ll like it: Designed by Richard Seifert and built between 1966 and 1968, Sussex Heights is acknowledged as an “imposing and prestigious” luxury apartment block, and it holds an incredibly central position just moments from the thriving city centre and beach. Upon key fob entry, you are greeted by the concierge within the glamorous lobby, where two tall lifts await to whisk you up to the twentieth floor in mere seconds. Clearly numbered along the corridor, your door opens to a generous hallway where it is immediately apparent the apartment has been renovated and modernised to an exceptional standard. Natural light streams into the hallway from the kitchen which is linked – although not completely open plan, to the living room where a wall of glass runs floor to ceiling framing the remarkable sea, land and skyscapes. Recessed lights follow a gracious curve within the ceiling which sweeps round to a bar area – ready for sophisticated parties and gatherings. The sound and entertainment systems have been fully integrated for remote access at the touch of a button, and likewise, the heating, lighting and remote window blind controls are found on a panel by the door. A fresh palette has been used throughout to suit all styles of modern furnishing, and there is ample space for relaxation, entertaining and formal dining. Being so incredibly elevated above the city, you look out to a vast expanse of sea and sky which blends into the urban landscape of church spiers and chimney stacks before melting away into the patchwork hills of the South Downs National Park. At night, the city sparkles below you and ever-changing with the seasons, this view will never tire, forming a dramatic backdrop to the apartment at all times of day and night. Next door, the kitchen has been renovated using only the finest fixtures and fittings to include black granite worktops and integrated appliances. Uniquely, this kitchen has an integrated pressure cooker along with a fan oven, large induction hob, dishwasher, microwave and washer dryer, and a breakfast bar has been built buy the window so you can enjoy the views over coffee in the morning sunshine. Along the hall you pass cupboards housing the entertainment systems, Eco water pressure and heating systems, plus space for household items and coats to ensure this immaculate home remains clutter free. Peacefully positioned at the far end of the apartment, away from the main living areas, are the luxurious bedrooms and bathroom. Glistening mosaic tiles line the walls of the separate WC and bathrooms which has a bathtub and a sizable sauna and steam room with a rainfall shower. There is space for four or five to sit comfortably in here and mood lighting and music can be played to set the atmosphere. Both bedrooms are glamorous doubles sharing the same incredible aspect as the living room, so the views are a joy to wake up to each morning. The master has a mirrored wall which bounces the light around further while maximising the sense of space, and behind a concealed door is a deep dressing room with ample clothes and shoes storage for two. There is a resident Caretaker and a Concierge who are contactable via the reception desk in the lobby. This is open Monday to Friday from 8am until 6pm and Saturday mornings from 8am until 12pm. The Caretaker holds details of mail and parcel delivery, cleaning, ironing and many more services, and ensures your refuse is collected from your door daily (Mon-Sat) Agent’s thoughts: This is a stand-alone property which needs to be seen to fully appreciate its value. It is generous in size with an impeccable, high-end finish, ready for the modern lifestyle – but it is the views which will sell this property over anything else. This apartment offers the occupier the chance to buy a slice of this iconic city’s history, while feeling on top of the world every day. Owner’s secret: “As you can imagine, this has been an incredible holiday home for us as not only is it a luxurious and impressive apartment, but it is perfectly positioned to explore this vibrant coastal city on foot. The station is just minutes away for the London link, and the views are second to none. We just hope the next inhabitants appreciate and enjoy the space as much as we have.” Where it is: Shops: Local 2 min walk, city centre 2 min walk Train Station: Brighton Station 10 min walk Seafront or Park: St Ann’s Well Park 8 min walk and seafront opposite Closest Schools: Primary: Middle Street Primary Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College

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Owner's secret...

“As you can imagine, this has been an incredible holiday home for us as not only is it a luxurious and impressive apartment, but it is perfectly positioned to explore this vibrant coastal city on foot. The station is just minutes away for the London link, and the views are second to none. We just hope the next inhabitants appreciate and enjoy the space as much as we have.”

Agent's thoughts...

This generous apartment is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and the beach on your doorstep. The city centre shopping districts and parks are also within easy reach, and this home also offers easy access to Brighton Station and the A23/A27 which have direct and fast links to the airports and London.

where it is...

Shops: Local 2 min walk, city centre 2 min walk Train Station: Brighton Station 10 min walk Seafront or Park: St Ann’s Well Park 8 min walk and seafront opposite Closest Schools: Primary: Middle Street Primary Secondary: Varndean, Dorothy Stringer, Cardinal Newman RC Private: Brighton College

Designed by Richard Seifert and built between 1966 and 1968, Sussex Heights is acknowledged as an "imposing and prestigious" luxury apartment block, and it holds an incredibly central position just moments from the thriving city centre and beach. Upon key fob entry, you are greeted by the concierge within the glamorous lobby, where two tall lifts await to whisk you up to the twentieth floor in mere seconds. Clearly numbered along the corridor, your door opens to a generous hallway where it is immediately apparent the apartment has been renovated and modernised to an exceptional standard. Natural light streams into the hallway from the kitchen which is linked – although not completely open plan, to the living room where a wall of glass runs floor to ceiling framing the remarkable sea, land and skyscapes. Recessed lights follow a gracious curve within the ceiling which sweeps round to a bar area – ready for sophisticated parties and gatherings. The sound and entertainment systems have been fully integrated for remote access at the touch of a button, and likewise, the heating, lighting and remote window blind controls are found on a panel by the door. A fresh palette has been used throughout to suit all styles of modern furnishing, and there is ample space for relaxation, entertaining and formal dining. Being so incredibly elevated above the city, you look out to a vast expanse of sea and sky which blends into the urban landscape of church spiers and chimney stacks before melting away into the patchwork hills of the South Downs National Park. At night, the city sparkles below you and ever-changing with the seasons, this view will never tire, forming a dramatic backdrop to the apartment at all times of day and night. Next door, the kitchen has been renovated using only the finest fixtures and fittings to include black granite worktops and integrated appliances. Uniquely, this kitchen has an integrated pressure cooker along with a fan oven, large induction hob, dishwasher, microwave and washer dryer, and a breakfast bar has been built buy the window so you can enjoy the views over coffee in the morning sunshine. Along the hall you pass cupboards housing the entertainment systems, Eco water pressure and heating systems, plus space for household items and coats to ensure this immaculate home remains clutter free. Peacefully positioned at the far end of the apartment, away from the main living areas, are the luxurious bedrooms and bathroom. Glistening mosaic tiles line the walls of the separate WC and bathrooms which has a bathtub and a sizable sauna and steam room with a rainfall shower. There is space for four or five to sit comfortably in here and mood lighting and music can be played to set the atmosphere. Both bedrooms are glamorous doubles sharing the same incredible aspect as the living room, so the views are a joy to wake up to each morning. The master has a mirrored wall which bounces the light around further while maximising the sense of space, and behind a concealed door is a deep dressing room with ample clothes and shoes storage for two. There is a resident Caretaker and a Concierge who are contactable via the reception desk in the lobby. This is open Monday to Friday from 8am until 6pm and Saturday mornings from 8am until 12pm. The Caretaker holds details of mail and parcel delivery, cleaning, ironing and many more services, and ensures your refuse is collected from your door daily (Mon-Sat)

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