Property data for Brighton

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Brighton seafront looking west from Brighton Palace Pier by Angerey is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0

Brighton and Hove is a city on the southern coast of England, in the county of East Sussex. It is best known as a seaside resort and is positioned 47 miles south of London.

In the Georgian era, Brighton developed as a fashionable seaside resort, encouraged by the patronage of the Prince Regent (later King George IV) who spent time in the town and constructed the Royal Pavilion. Brighton continued to grow as a tourism centre following the arrival of the railways in 1841, becoming a popular destination for day-trippers from London.

Many of the major attractions were built in the Victorian era, including the Grand Hotel, the Hilton Brighton Metropole, the Palace Pier and the West Pier. The town continued to grow into the 20th century, expanding to join Hove in 1997 and officially becoming a city in 2000.

Main neighbourhoods include The Lanes / North Laine (famous, winding passageways central and popular with tourists with many old properties), Hove (well kept streets and squares with lots of the shops, fish market and excellent restaurants nearby) and Seven Dials (a Victorian village just north of the station).

Other neighbourhoods of note include Preston Park (near the city yet close to greenery, with lots of Victorian property stock), London Road (fast developing in recent years, with more modern housing and creative hubs), and Keptown (a lively area popular with the LGBTQ community)

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Postcode district Avg asking price Avg rental yield Sales per month Avg sold £/sqft Explore more
BN1 £412,404 3.8% 70 £456 Trend Explore
BN2 £397,496 4.0% 58 £422 Trend Explore
BN3 £395,758 4.4% 77 £466 Trend Explore
BN5 £583,549 - 3 £378 Trend Explore
BN6 £547,920 - 10 £418 Trend Explore
BN7 £507,295 2.9% 17 £456 Trend Explore
BN8 £529,341 - 13 £372 Trend Explore
BN9 £308,035 - 10 £278 Trend Explore
BN10 £349,843 - 18 £331 Trend Explore
BN11 £277,773 3.6% 45 £320 Trend Explore
BN12 £408,711 - 20 £372 Trend Explore
BN13 £332,145 - 22 £339 Trend Explore
BN14 £399,918 3.1% 29 £341 Trend Explore
BN15 £334,113 3.2% 24 £345 Trend Explore
BN16 £403,698 3.3% 33 £346 Trend Explore
BN17 £280,216 3.9% 29 £296 Trend Explore
BN18 £447,417 - 15 £337 Trend Explore
BN20 £381,937 3.5% 19 £319 Trend Explore
BN21 £250,989 4.3% 23 £277 Trend Explore
BN22 £282,933 3.8% 24 £271 Trend Explore
BN23 £288,274 4.8% 31 £301 Trend Explore
BN24 £326,554 - 10 £322 Trend Explore
BN25 £397,313 3.7% 22 £345 Trend Explore
BN26 £335,523 - 14 £330 Trend Explore
BN27 £337,392 3.8% 32 £301 Trend Explore
BN41 £353,035 - 19 £383 Trend Explore
BN42 £406,162 - 4 £366 Trend Explore
BN43 £420,440 - 20 £404 Trend Explore
BN44 £434,215 - 7 £392 Trend Explore

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