Shared Ownership in Brighton

Shared Ownership in Brighton

Home X
Shared ownership

Home X

Coming soon

new home

Lewes Road, Brighton
1
1
Minimum depositTBD
25% Share fromTBD
Full priceTBD
Seaview Meadows
Shared ownership

Seaview Meadows

Coming soon

new home

Falmer Avenue, Lewes
2 - 3
1 - 2
Minimum depositTBD
35% Share fromTBD
Full priceTBD
88 Wellend Villas, Springfield Road
Shared ownership
Wellend Villas, Springfield Road
1
1
Minimum depositTBD
TBD Share fromTBD
Full price£220,000
25 Dorset Gardens
Shared ownership
Dorset Gardens, Brighton
1
1
Minimum deposit£11,000
40% Share from£110,000
Full price£275,000
11 Harrington House, 3 Roedale Road
Shared ownership
3 Roedale Road
2
1
Minimum depositTBD
TBD Share fromTBD
Full price£280,000
Harrington House - currently no more viewings available
Shared ownership
3 Roedale Road, Brighton
2
1
Minimum depositTBD
25% Share from£71,250
Full price

sold

£285,000

The good times just keep on rolling in the seductive seaside city. Brighton is a hive of activity, where hedonism and kook reign supreme.

The pumping heart of fun and frivolities and a serious contender for the UK’s headiest coastal city.

Whether you’re an ex-Londoner keen to revel in its coastal charms or a local that’s eternally enamoured by its mischievous spirit, buying a home in Brighton is always going to be a good idea. Why? For starters, there’s the beach. A soaring curve of pebbles that’s frequented by a rotating cast of characters – families, first dates, freaks and funsters. When the sun’s out in Brighton, the fun really does come out. And that sea – a glittering shade of blue – is always a tempting prospect on a sweltering day. Theatre, restaurants, art, inventive drinking dens – life here is at the forefront of innovation and it has a real knack for satisfying everyone’s puckish pleasures.

For those whose jobs remain in London, the rail commute is a very doable hour to Victoria or London Bridge, whilst connections across the city and towards its surrounds are smooth and comprehensive. Live here and you can escape to the cool and sedate south downs – think rolling hills, fields of wispy grasses and wildflowers, and quaint villages. And if ever there was a barometer for a city’s cool credentials, it’s the existence of a Soho House outpost; something which is on the horizon at Madeira Terrace – an area on the city’s front line, overlooking the pier and seafront, that’s going through a thorough reinvention. Fortunate for first-time buyers then, that home regeneration is rife around the city, from glossy new developments, to rejuvenated buildings with plenty of character and style.

 

Part-buy Part-rent Brighton

So you’re a sucker for fun times and Brighton’s open-minded streak? The good news is that there are plenty of properties for sale in Brighton and you can become a first-time buyer in this epic city. How? The shared ownership scheme is based around the ‘part-buy part-rent’ idea, so you don’t need to pull together a hefty deposit or suffer under the weight of a large mortgage. There are luxury two-bedroom apartments in the popular Brighton Marina development. Buy a pad here and you’ll have a cinema, casino, David Lloyd fitness centre and a handful of excellent restaurants on your doorstep. Inside, interiors are smart and functional, with balconies opening to views of the marina, the ebbing sea, and the looming coastal cliffs. Head into the city centre and two-bed flats provide soothing respite from the urban throb with reams of style and functionality, from modern kitchens and sun-blushed balconies, to communal gardens and roof terraces. Watch the sun go down from here, whilst hobnobbing with your new neighbours, and you’ll absolutely know you’ve made a cracker of an investment.

So what are you waiting for? Get in touch with Property Booking today to guide you through the process of shared ownership Brighton and you’ll be onto a winner.