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Sussex Heights is a residential apartment block in the centre of Brighton, part of the English city of Brighton and Hove. Built between 1966 and 1968, it rises to 102 meters — making it the tallest residential building on the south coast of England. Richard Seifert's design is acknowledged as an "imposing and prestigious" luxury apartment block with good facilities.
Situated close to the West Pier, immediately behind the Brighton Hilton Metropole Hotel, Sussex Heights is a 24 storey landmark block of luxury apartments. Sussex Heights consists of 115 flats on 23 floors and one penthouse which takes up the whole of the top floor. The 23 floors below the penthouse have five flats each, three face east and two face west, and four have two bedrooms (the other is a single-bedroom flat).
Most flats have uninterrupted sea views, and many also have views over the South Downs and the city of Brighton and Hove. Each flat has its own spacious balcony, some of these are fully glazed while some are open. Many flats are beautifully finished and built to the very highest standards.
The flats are well soundproofed. The living rooms are approximately 300 square feet. In the 2-bedroom flats both bedrooms are larger than average. In the single bedroom flats the bedroom is so large that a number of residents have partitioned it into two bedrooms.