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Best areas to buy in Brighton?

What are the best bits of Brighton and surrounding area to buy in? Preferably within easy reach of the coast. Looking for 4-5 bed property, a budget of about £500k to £800k. Kids are primary school age.

Asked on Jul 21 2010, General in London | Report content

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  • What a great Question to ask an estate agent who has worked in Brighton for nearly 18 years, one of the areas I love is East, South and West Drive, Lovely Edwardian Houses great family accommodation within 10 mins walk to the coast, Great schools in the area nearby Private and State. Around East, West and South Drive is a Park right on your door step with Tennis courts and a Duck Pond. No houses are opposite each other everyone overlooks the park. I sold about 15 Properties when I worked that area and everyone was a family house and most had been there at least 10-15 years, They do come up for sale and will be in your price range. Here is a link to the area on Street view. Really hope you find a house there, it would be me dream property if I had the funds. http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=east+drive,+brighton&sll=53.800651,-4.064941&sspn=10.237486,39.331055&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=East+Dr,+Brighton,+East+Sussex+BN2,+United+Kingdom&ll=50.824536,-0.123768&spn=0,0.019205&z=16&layer=c&cbll=50.824723,-0.123548&panoid=xywbn2le9rhx5ZdJ3LYw6w&cbp=12,62.21,,0,6.01

    Answered on Jul 22 2010, Report content
  • I think Dyke road area and Hove park area are really great for families and are near to everything, town/supermarkets and transport links train/bus/A27/ Old Shoreham road

    Answered on Jul 28 2010, Report content

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