Embassy Court also took in the sites of nos. 1 to 4 Western Street, no.2 Western Street being the site of H.Buggins's Brunswick Baths. In 1857 the proprietors advertised that they were able to supply families 'with hot or cold sea-water in any part of the town', at a charge of 4d a bucket if hot, and 3d if cold. The sea-water was pumped to the baths by means of a steam engine.*
*'Life in Brighton' by Clifford Musgrave.
The photo below shows the same view as it is today.