Kemp Townhouse on sale for £1.25m

28 April 2017 by
Kemp Townhouse on sale for £1.25m

The 11-bedroom Kemp Townhouse in Brighton is on the market for an asking price of £1.25m for the freehold of the property.

Current owner Paul Lantsbury, who bought the property in 2012, is now looking to exit the hotel sector to concentrate on other business interests.

Located just off the seafront, the Grade II-listed mid-terrace town house opened as a hotel in 2008, and recently renovated its bar and guest lounge.

Andrew Moore, director at Christie & Co, who is handling the sale, said: "Kemp Townhouse presents a fantastic opportunity for an operator to acquire an award-winning and successful guest house in a fabulous location. Just a short walk from Brighton Pier, it is popular with both domestic and overseas tourists and has lots of potential to develop its current offering."

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