Ten To Twelve Lindsay Street — timeless by design, perfect in location

Market Insights
4 years ago
3 minutes

Positioned on a quiet street, away from the activity of Church Street in Brighton, lies Ten To Twelve Lindsay Street — a development inspired by the very area it resides in. 

This boutique collection of homes features opulent fittings and fixtures that have been purposely chosen by a design team influenced by Brighton’s rich heritage.

Architect Paul Conrad presents an exterior of timeless character, created by the use of traditional proportions, restrained details, and elegant finishes. These historical elements not only create beautiful architecture but a structure that fits into its surroundings. 


“Lindsay Street mirrors the calm and serenity of Brighton,” says Paul Conrad, founder of Conrad Architects. “It’s close to the action but on a quiet road that is lined with beautifully established plane trees to welcome residents home.”

Interior Designer Miriam Fanning, of Mim Design, has also taken inspiration from Brighton’s coastal surrounds. “I really love the area and don’t live far from Lindsay Street myself,” she says. 

“It has everything to offer with an array of serene beaches, beautiful shops, prestigious schools, glorious gardens, and easy accessibility — it offers everything.”


Meanwhile, acclaimed landscape designer Jack Merlo admits he’s close to home with his latest refined project. 

“I grew up in Brighton and do a lot of work in the area, so I know the location well. A lot of plants that we have chosen are featured in the local gardens so we know they will thrive in the location to create beautiful sanctuaries for each of the residents.”

It’s no wonder Brighton had an effect on the design team. Ten To Twelve Lindsay Street is located right at the heart of this calming, yet bustling, seaside village. Not many areas have boulangeries, fashion boutiques, an independent cinema, and a train station all within walking distance. 


Start your day at Brighton Schoolhouse, a local favourite café serving up delicious breakfasts in a former school built in 1843. Next, wander around the local shops like Husk and Lee Mathews, and find some single pieces and assembles. 

For lunch, why not try Sicilian-style pizza at Cucina & Co or take some bread or pastries to go from the Woodfrog Bakery. Keep fit in the afternoon at the historic Brighton Baths. This has been the area’s hub for recreation for more than 130 years, and today it continues to offer the community a place for swimming, fitness and wellness. 

Take in the latest movie releases at the local Palace Dendy Cinemas before heading for a romantic dinner in a relaxed setting at The Pantry. End with a drink at the Half Moon, an historic establishment offering an extensive list of quality wine and beer — that’s your day in Brighton taken care of. 


Come home to peace and quiet in amongst the greenery at Ten To Twelve Lindsay Street. Open the door to find lavish floor-to-ceiling windows creating an abundance of natural light, illuminating large, open spaces. 

Large bedrooms and bathrooms are given the same, opulent treatment with decadent walk-in-robes adding a luxurious and personal touch. 

Kitchens come complete with a monumental stone kitchen island bench, giving the residences a sense of sheer elegance and authenticity. Natural stone, reinforced concrete structure and thick walls not only create a secure and private element but also keep the home cool in the summer and warm in the winter — helping you save energy.


Outside, Jack Merlo has created a botanical oasis befitting of the leafy, green area that surrounds it. Lush courtyards complement the architecture, alongside serene rooftop gardens and a mix of evergreen and deciduous plantings to cultivate an environment of natural beauty.

Together, the designers have produces an address of thoughtful forms and confident materiality.

Enquire here to find out more about Ten To Twelve Lindsay Street.