The History of 39 Sussex Square
39 Sussex Square
Brighton Gazette and Lewes Observer 2 August 1860 KEMP TOWN, BRIGHTON. VALUABLE FREEHOLD MANSION, with superior Stabling and Offices, Conservatory. Grapery, and large productive garden, with immediate possession. MESSRS. NORTON, HOGGART, and TRIST IVI have received instruction to offer for SALE by AUCTION, at the Mart, opposite the Bank of England, on Wednesday, the 15th day of August, at 12, in two lots (unless previously sold by private contract), capital and very substantial FREEHOLD MANSION, situate No. 39, Sussex Square, Kemp-town, the most fashionable and one of the very best positions in Brighton. commands a fine sea view, and contains the upper floor eight bed and dressing rooms, with secondary staircase from the basement; second floor, three spacious bed-rooms and dressing rooms; first floor, a noble drawing room about 32ft. by 22ft., with three windows opening to a balcony, back drawing room 2 ft. by 18ft.. both fitted with handsome marble chimney-pieces and small dressing room ; principal floor, capital dining room 16ft. 6in.. library opening conservatory, flower garden, and grapery (all the reception rooms having plate glass, small anteroom, entrance and inner halls, with stone staircase, good landings, water-closets, and excellent offices and cellarage in the basement; in the rear is a very productive walled garden, filled with choice trees in full bearing. Tool shed and potting house and stabling for four horses , coach house for two carriages, harness room, two large rooms and loft over, yard &t, the whole abundantly supplied with water.
Brighton Gazette and Lewes Observer 2 August 1860