What’s not to love about Brighton?

Brighton PierWith its affordable homes, easy commute and one of the top ten beaches in the world, it’s the perfect place for anyone to set up home. Brighton has become a magnet for Londoners who don’t wish to give up on the City lifestyle when they leave the capital.

The Cities cosmopolitan charm, major railway improvements and re-development plans have re-invigorated this seaside destination. What was once a slow trickle of Londoners heading towards the South Coast has now turned into a flood. Up to 40% of homes sold in Brighton are purchased by commuters from the big smoke.

Here are a few properties we have for sale at the moment,

1 bedroom upper floor flat

Saltdean BrightonThis apartment, situated in a sought after block in East Saltdean, benefits from modern fittings and a stunning sea view. The property is offered for sale with no onward chain and must be viewed to see it’s true potential.

 

 

4 Bedroom House on Centurion Road

Brighton 4 bedAn ideal investment, this property boasts space. Spread over three floors, it has four double bedrooms and a family bathroom suite, an ideal home in the heart of the city. the location really does speak for itself, as everything is on your doorstep. a five minute walk to Brighton mainline station makes it a perfect property for commuters.

 

5 Bedroom detached house with coastal views

Roedean CrescentSituated in an elevated location, this house offers a great deal of potential for a beautiful family home. With sea views to the front of the property and the rear benefitting from scenic downland views, it offers versatile accommodation in the lovely Roedean area. There is a front driveway and also a double garage.

 

 

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Posted by: Samantha Turner Categories: Buying, For Sale, Uncategorized Tags: , , , 1 Comment

One Response to What’s not to love about Brighton?

  1. avatar Trevor says:

    I couldn’t agree more, what’s not love about Brighton? I’ve recently purchased two 1 bed Flats in Brighton and Hove (contributing to the 40% of Londoners that have taken the initiative) for investment purposes; for the said reason London has become to expensive. Not only does Brighton have good rental yields (ranging from 5.5 – 6.5) but it has a huge regeneration projects going on such as 360i at the old pier!

    Properties also rent fairly quickly too! I managed to secure the rental of one of the properties before I had even completed the refurbishment I was carrying out.