East Sussex buyers will get their first opportunity to discover one, two and three bedroom homes at Royal Alexandra Quarter.

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  • Taylor Wimpey has given the much-loved Victorian building in Brighton a new lease of life after a faithful restoration project.

    Fiona Creed, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, said: "This exciting development of properties in Brighton offers buyers the rare chance to live in a historic building that's been completely rejuvenated for the 21st century."

    Located at the junction of Clifton Hill and Dyke Road, Royal Alexandra Quarter is positioned for those keen to enjoy all the benefits of Brighton life.

    Part of the development involves the careful restoration of the historic hospital building's front facade, while the apartments being constructed alongside this refurbishment have been designed to reflect the surrounding conservation area of this location.

    The new homes are just a few minutes' walk from the city's main shopping district and less than a mile from the sea front, while the variety of restaurants, bars, clubs and theatres for which Brighton is famous are all within easy reach.

    Brighton railway station is just over half a mile from the development and offers frequent commuter services to London Bridge and London Victoria in around 65 minutes, and the A23, the main route from the city to London, Crawley and Gatwick Airport, is on the doorstep.

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