The homes at Ten To Twelve Lindsay St in Brighton are more than just apartments with four walls — they’re a collection of residences with their own unique personality.
Designed by award-winning studios Conrad Architects and Mim Design, with landscaping by renowned Jack Merlo, the project epitomises refined living.
“When people arrive at Ten To Twelve, we really want them to feel a sense of calm,” Paul Conrad of Conrad Architects, says. “We wanted them to feel as though they were returning to a safe and nurturing place.”
Inspired by the traditional quality of Brighton, the design team has crafted a building which takes full advantage of light, space, and the inherent visual beauty of Lindsay Street. The result is a collection of homes which has ageless character.
Inside, each home has been fitted with the highest quality fixtures and every single one has been purposely selected.
“From the very start, we had a vision to create a development which was all about the finer things in life,” says Miriam Fanning from Mim Design. “When you see the kitchen, you’ll see we’ve installed beautiful chamfered stone which gently softened angled details on the benchtops.”
“We believe in the importance of authenticity,” she continues. “Natural stone, walnut timber, brass details — these all age gracefully and take on a life of their own.”
The development team understands the importance of feeling connected to nature, which is why every apartment comes with either a beautiful balcony capturing stunning views out over the treetops or ground level terraces which extend into beautifully designed gardens.
“We chose deciduous plantings to allow for seasonal change,” Jack Merlo says. “This means you’ll get a show of pretty hues in Autumn, light in winter, and shade in summer.”
“We set out to create outdoor areas which extend directly off of your primary living room, creating access to natural light and allowing for alfresco entertainment in warm weather,” Miriam adds.
“The location for ten to twelve is ideal, close to the action but not on a major road. It’s in a lovely location that embodies an atmosphere of serenity,” Paul says.
The project lies close to the vibrant Brighton main thoroughfare, Church Street. Here, residents can choose from any one of the thriving and trendy cafés and restaurants or pick up the daily necessities from the supermarket.
Brighton Beach is either 20 minutes away by foot or 5 minutes by car. Enjoy a dip in the gentle sea here, or wander along the esplanade and delight in the coastal views. The Middle Brighton train station is a short stroll away, and residents can be in the city in just over half an hour by car.