Category:Regency Town House
The Regency Town House is one of a row of twenty-nine grade I listed Regency buildings (numbers 1-29) that were designed by Amon Wilds and C.A. Busby, and built during 1825-27, forming one half of Brunswick Square, Hove.
The "Regency Town House" at number 13 is now a museum, undergoing continuous restoration and improvement (along with the basement at number 10), by The Brunswick Town Charitable Trust.
The Brunswick Square Act
The relevant act of Parliament is referred to under a range of different various informal names, including the "Brunswick Square Act" (1830).
Its full name was:
- An Act for paving, lighting, watching, cleansing, and otherwise improving Brunswick Square and Brunswick Terrace, and certain Streets and other public Places upon certain Grounds late Part of a Farm called the Wick Farm, in the parish of Hove in the county of Sussex. 8th April 1830
- The Regency Town House, 13 Brunswick Square, Brighton & Hove, East Sussex, BN3 1EH
- Regency Town House, official homepage (rth.org.uk)
- Regency Town House tour (yeloarchitects.com)
- Grade I listing 1187544 (historicengland.org.uk)
- 1012216: The Brunswick Town Charitable Trust (charitycommission.gov.uk)
Media in category ‘Regency Town House’
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- Regency Townhouse, Brunswick Square, Hove, left view (Brighton 2018).jpg 900 × 1,600; 923 KB
- Regency Townhouse, Brunswick Square, Hove, right view (Brighton 2018).jpg 897 × 1,600; 981 KB
- Regency Townhouse, frontage, cross-section (Bi3D 2018).jpg 2,353 × 776; 634 KB