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Edward Street Quarter

Shared ownership

Edward Street, Brighton, BN2 0BH

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Shared ownership
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  • from

    £140,000

    1 bedroom

from

£140,000

with min. deposit

£14,000

Legal & General Affordable Homes

£140,000

1 bedroom flat

£142,000

1 bedroom flat

Availability

For sale

For sale

Minimum share

40%

40%

Full market price

£350,000

£355,000

Deposit from

£14,000

£14,200

Monthly rent

£481

£488

Monthly service charge

£254

£257

Bedrooms

1

1

Bathrooms

1

1

Reception rooms

1

1

Furniture status

unfurnished

unfurnished

Floor area

51.1

52.8

Number of floors

1

1

Entrance floor

Ground floor

1st floor

Tenure

leasehold

leasehold

Lease years

250

250

Property features

Communal GardenLift access
Communal GardenLift access
EER Current8684
EIR Current9391

Overview

Say Hello to Seaside Living.

A vibrant, new community of contemporary 1 bedroom apartments for Shared Ownership located just two minutes from the beach and only a little further from the world famous Brighton Palace Pier.  

With a blend of apartments and creative businesses side by side, the stunning development has an address that very few developments in Britain could match. Edward Street Quarter is the perfect place to call home as it is set amongst beautiful open spaces and attractive boulevards lined with trendy restaurants and cafes. 

The new, modern apartments allow plenty of natural light, offer neutral décor ready for you to add your …

FAQs

Shared ownership is a government-backed scheme, designed to make stepping onto the property ladder more affordable. You buy a portion of a home normally with a mortgage and a deposit, and pay a low-cost rent on the rest.

Read more on the Shared Ownership FAQ

Help to Buy is an equity loan scheme to help you buy a new home. If you have a 5% deposit and can cover 75% of the value of the home with a mortgage (or 55% in London), the Government will lend you up to the remaining 20% (40% in London) in the form of an equity loan that carries 0% interest in the first 5 years. This is available on a variety of new-build properties for first time buyers and is subject to the property price, the subsequent price cap in that region and the developer offering the option.

You can read more on the Help to Buy FAQ

The rules for shared ownership are different to a private purchase. In short, as long as you don’t currently own, or won’t own another property when you move in to a new home, you’re likely to qualify. Help to Buy is available to first time buyers only and the property value itself must fall below a price threshold for that specific area which varies in terms of the average house price in the region.

Read more about eligibility in the FAQ

Some properties require you to live or work in the local area in order to be eligible to buy them. By knowing the areas in which you live and work, we can make sure you see everything available to you.

from

£140,000

with min. deposit

£14,000

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