The quintessential Brighton landmark, this exquisite seaside palace was commissioned in 1815 by the Prince Regent (who would become King George IV) and designed by the famous John Nash. Today the Royal Pavilion is one of the world's most instantly recognisable architectural figures, and is an integral part of Brighton's cultural identity. Built to dazzle and reflect the personality and taste of Regency England's royalty, the pavilion is a masterpiece of architectural achievement.
The Brighton Pier, or Palace Pier as it is also known, is second only to the Royal Pavilion as Brighton's most recognisable landmark. Brighton Pier is number one for attracting tourists, however, as the Victorian pier offers fantastic fairground attractions as well as the Palace of Fun arcade and food and drink stations where one can pick up caramel apples and batches of fresh, hot doughnuts!
The Brighton Dome is another iconic Brighton landmark. Forming part of the Royal Pavilion's original stables and riding house, the Dome offers over 600 events every year, which include music, theatre, comedy, dance, visual arts, film, spoken word, literature, plus many more. In May the Brighton Dome also produces the Brighton Festival, the UK's largest arts festival and world-renowned for its cutting-edge and creative performances.
The oldest parts of the house date back to the thirteenth century, while the present building as it stands was primarily built in 1738 under the instruction of the Lord of the Manor Thomas Western, and was renovated in 1905 by Charles Stanley Peach. This beautiful home eventually passed into the ownership of the Stanford family, who are thought to have been the richest family in Sussex, and who lived in Preston Manor for over 200 years.
A modern and stylish shopping centre, Brighton's Churchill Square offers more than the usual high street experience. With over 80 shops, from Topshop, Apple, River Island, Fossil as well as large department stores like BHS and Debenham's it's easy to see why Churchill Square is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike! Located in the heart of the city near the main Brighton station, Churchill Square is the serious shopper's paradise.
BRIGHTON AND HOVE'S LARGEST INDEPENDENT ESTATE AGENT
At Mishon Mackay, we do things differently. Selecting the best estate agent is essential in getting the best price when selling your home. This is why we're committed to offering you more exposure than you'll find anywhere else - along with better service, more experience, and better results - to ensure that you get the best price for your home and the quality, stress-free and friendly service that you deserve.
Whether you're looking to buy, sell or rent a home in the Brighton and Hove area, Mishon Mackay is here to help. With thirty years' experience in sales and lettings, Mishon Mackay is one of Brighton's leading independent estate agents, and we have an unparalleled knowledge of Brighton, its neighbourhoods, and the current market conditions. Our network of residential offices in the Sussex area also means that we can provide professional service for all types of property, from stylish Regency flats in Brighton and Hove to extensive country properties in the South Downs. Whatever your needs, we're here to help.
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At Mishon Mackay, we're committed to setting ourselves apart from the rest. We've brought together a dynamic team who will get to know you and work together with you to sell your home and ensure that you settle for nothing less than the best deal. Our passionate team members put creative energy into every sale, from the studio flat to the detached house, making every home a priority. From the moment you first walk into any one of our offices to the moment we complete your sale, you'll feel fully confident in our team and the level of service we can provide.
No one knows your home like you do, and we understand how hard it can be to put a monetary value on a home. When it comes to selling your home, you can count on us to provide you with honest and clear advice with guidance based on our intimate understanding of the Brighton and Hove property market. We only offer valuations that make sense and are based on reality - while raising a home's asking price artificially can seem exciting, in the end it can cause a valuable home to stagnate on the market, ultimately selling for less than its true value. This is why accurate valuations are essential in order to get the best possible price for your home.
Widest range of Brighton properties for sale
If you're on the lookout for a new home, we have an unparalleled array of wonderful properties in every area of the city. By getting to know you and your individual taste and preferences, we can help you find the home of your dreams in this beautiful city by the sea, whether you're searching for a stylish flat, Victorian terrace or a new build. At Mishon Mackay, we will help you at every step of the way, from finding the ideal property to completing the sale, and we'll ensure that the entire purchase process flows smoothly from start to finish.
Latest Brighton Properties Available:
Bigwood Avenue, Hove Asking Price: £1,250,000
A charming five bedroom semi-detached home arranged over three floors, extended to the rear to create a stunning kitchen/breakfast room. Offering a west facing garden and parking. This beautiful home is situated in the popular Bigwood Avenue, in easy reach of Brighton & Hove train stations.
Guide Price £350,000 - £375,000
Well presented double bedroom converted apartment with a snug area plus an additional storage area with power and a window. Located in the Clifton Hill conservation area, close to the Seven Dials and Brighton train station. Vendor suited.