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This appears to be a lovely riverside complex, but we are worried about how close it is to the town centre, as Little...

This appears to be a lovely riverside complex, but we are worried about how close it is to the town centre, as Littlehampton is quite rough. What is it like on a Friday/Saturday night? Do you get much noise?

Asked on Mar 6 2008, Safety & Crime in Littlehampton | Report content

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  • We also looked at these, but they were too close to Littlehampton for our liking too (Littlehampton is very rough. You do get alot of foot traffic along the riverside walk too (with rubberneckers staring in the windows!) Expensive for what they are (particularly the town houses - they have very small bedrooms and very small lounge - you wouldn't get a three piece suite in).

    Answered on Aug 3 2009, Report content
  • Jane is 100% correct, the units were very expensive for what they are. I operate a property investment company which purchases mainly on the south coast. Littlehampton undoubtedly has great potential, many properties on the sea front, good travel links, good beaches, nice river. However it is let down by some of its inhabitants sorry ;-) and the layout of the city centre in my opinion. The development you are talking about has seen values rapidly decrease after the inital interest, for a long term hold they may make sense but for short term turn i wouldn't touch it.

    Answered on Sep 4 2009, Report content

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