Saturday launches our new show home at the central Brighton 1825 Residence
June 29th, 2017
The 1825 Residence is a stunning contemporary development of 11 new apartments, offering a very rare opportunity to purchase a beautifully restored period property at the very heart of the city centre. The 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments are situated at numbers 23 & 24 of the iconic Old Steine, surrounded by the world-famous Brighton Pier and notorious Brighton Pavilion. The properties are currently available to buy off-plan ready for late summer completion, with the show home available for viewing from this Saturday, 1st July.
Historical Regency buildings restored for luxury modern living
The historical Regency style apartments make up part of the very recognisable square of ornate fronted properties, and most enjoy direct views from their sash windows over the Victoria Fountain and Steine Gardens, looking down towards the sea. In addition to having so much on the doorstep of this fantastic location, many of the apartments in the 1825 Residence also feature a balcony, courtyard or terrace. Almost unheard of for city centre period properties, 3 of the apartments benefit from an allocated parking space, and all resident in the development can make use of the secure bicycle storage area.
Each apartment has been finished to the highest standard, and the interiors are bright and airy, making excellent use of the character high ceilings and mixture of bow and sash windows some of which have restored Regency shutters. In the spacious open plan living areas the kitchens are fitted with Benchmarx's premier 'Holborn' gloss white range with fully integrated Zanussi appliances and marble composite worktops; the bathrooms with Pura 'Essence' suites and either oversized mosaic charcoal floor tiles or marble effect floor tiles. The developers Thurst & Fritz offer a 6 year Professional Consultant's Certificate upon completion of the building.
Living the true Brighton lifestyle in luxury
The Old Steine location is much sought-after, and as a result, properties rarely come onto the market in this central location and it is even more rare to find apartments in buildings that have been restored throughout. Old Steine is at the epicentre of many events in the Brighton cultural calendar; Pride, Burning of the Clocks, Brighton Festival and the London to Brighton Bike Ride. The train station is but a few minutes’ walk away, as is the main shopping area of Western Road and Churchill Square. En-route to Brighton Station is the bohemian North Laine area, famous for its vintage shops, all manner of restaurants, pubs and independent cafes.
You are most welcome to attend our open day without appointment to view the fully furnished show home, between the hours of 10am and 4pm this Saturday, 1st July. Future viewings are by appointment via our Brighton and Hove Residential office at 3 North Road, Brighton – simply call in or telephone 01273 688881 to express your interest.