There’s lots of things that make Brighton & Hove a great place to live – and here’s just a few of them:
Brighton is world famous for its stony beach and its Palace Pier. In the summer you can paddle in the sea, sip cocktails at one of the nearby restaurants, or visit the pier for warm doughnuts and rides! Even in the winter, a blustery walk past the West Pier followed by a pub lunch is always a great idea.
This stylish two bedroom penthouse apartment is in a modern development a few hundred yards from Brighton’s famous seafront. Sam Ranger, Brighton Branch Manager said: “This home is in an excellent location – the famous pebbled beaches are on your doorstep! Brighton’s extensive shopping facilities, as well as the mainline station, are nearby too.”
Excellent restaurants and pubs
Whether you’re looking for a gastro pub, a vegan restaurant, a great wine bar or even a food festival, Brighton has it all. There’s something here for everyone, no matter what your taste buds are after!
This first floor apartment in the heart of Brighton’s West Hill area is an ideal location for commuters and young professionals. Tom Hamilton, New Homes Sales Manager said: “This building has been remodelled but it still retains the charm of a Victorian property. This home is stylish, with two double bedrooms and an open plan layout. If you’re looking for a great place to eat nearby, we’d recommend Flour Pot Bakery or Le Gourmet Deli!”
There’s always something going on in Brighton or Hove whatever time of year it is. Visit Brighton has some brilliant recommendations from comedy shows, live music, festivals, marathons and big weekends.
You’re bound to find an exciting event taking place throughout the year, but our Kemp Town team are especially excited about Kemp Town Carnival, taking place on Saturday 1stJune 2019. Alexandra Hearn, Kemp Town Branch Manager said “Not many people from outside of Brighton are aware of how much east Brighton has to offer. This event is a fantastic community street festival and this lovely three bedroom home is situated at the start of the parade route.”
Good transport links
With several trains an hour travelling to London terminals, there’s no reason you couldn’t commute to the city from here. Read our blog on the commuter’s guide to Brighton here to find out more. We’ve got some great bus services here too!
Steve Neocleous, Hove Branch Director said: “This cracking purpose built flat in Hove is within half a mile of Hove station and there are numerous bus stops in the vicinity too! It’s within walking distance of the shops, bars and restaurants in George Street and Church Road.”