What does the Kemp Town team do?
Our focus at Mishon Mackay is to deliver professional advice and provide a comfortable and approachable atmosphere for all our clients. Delivering the very best marketing, whether they are selling a one-bedroom flat or a £1m+ house. We work as a team to ensure everyone gets the same professional service and outstanding support in the sale of their property.
What local amenities does Kemp Town have?
With excitement in the atmosphere, Kemp Town is an eclectic mixture of bustling Brighton and old Regency-style seaside retreats.
St. James Street is at the heart of Kemp Town and hosts several trendy dining locations, boutique-inspired shops, and quaint cafes. A mixture of traditional pubs and bars also line the colourful streets, just a five-minute walking distance from the busy Brighton city centre.
Nearby, can be found a beautiful display of architecture at the Royal Pavilion with stunning surrounding gardens, built as a seaside palace for the Prince Regent.
The coastal location of this energetic neighbourhood is a huge draw for many, offering an eclectic mix of seaside activities and an array of vintage-inspired shopping opportunities. Moving to a coastal location is high up on many people’s bucket lists and here at Mishon Mackay, we can help you tick that off with a beautiful home in Kemp Town.
Famous for its development, spurred by royal attention, Kemp Town originally comprised of four areas – Arundel Terrace, Chichester Terrace, Sussex Square, and Lewes Crescent. A large amount of this fantastic Regency architecture now hosts a number of converted flats, popular among Brighton residents and holidaymakers alike.
Marine Parade, Brighton.
Guide Price: £425,000
Chichester Terrace, Brighton.
Guide Price: £650,000
Why is Kemp Town a great place to live?
A stone’s throw from the beautiful Brighton beach, Kemp Town is a place you will never stop exploring. With independent boutiques in every nook and cranny, you will always find somewhere new. Venturing further into Brighton, take a ride on the Volks Railway; the first public electric railway in the world. Stroll along the seaside to visit our famous Palace Pier and the nearby Royal Pavilion. If museums and exhibitions are your thing, you will find them dotted around the art-inspired city all year round. Families can enjoy local farms, Brighton football games, Sussex cricket, and a number of shows from the long-standing Komedia, or the Brighton Festival (held every year).
Dorset Gardens, Brighton.
Guide Price: £375,000
Sussex Square, Brighton.
Guide Price: £800,000
Some more about Kemp Town...
With a number of fast-growing businesses in the area, calling this place home is an ideal place to start your career, or continue building it. A hub for marketing and technology development, as well as nearby healthcare facilities and hospitality opportunities, there are ample job options. And if you are looking to retain your position nearby or even commute to the capital, there are buses and trains running regularly. Or if you work in the city then jump on a bike!
The South East is extremely well connected with exceptional infrastructure in place with road, rail, and air networks within proximity, Kemp Town is the ideal location for those that need to travel for work or even those that are inspired by international adventure. The opportunities surrounding travel balance this part of Brighton well. If you enjoy being on the doorstep of exciting events, while being a stone’s throw from the seaside, Kemp Town is the place for you.
Access to Education
Kemp Town is a fantastic place to bring up a family. Brighton offers some of the best schools and colleges in the country, and Kemp Town’s location makes this no exception. Within walking distance to a range of good primary schools, senior schools, and colleges, it is clear to see why so many families have set down their roots in Kemp Town.