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No 13 Brunswick Square (Brighton)

No 13 Brunswick Square is a town house in Brighton.

It was designed, as part of the Brunswick Estate, by Amon Wilds and C.A.Busby and built in 1825.

The intention was to accommodate the visitors who were attracted by the new craze for sea bathing, especially after the patronage of the Prince Regent.

It has been acquired by a group known as the Regency Town House.

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