The cheapest properties for sale in Brighton Brighton News

With the property market booming following a wave of government initiatives, we took a look at the cheapest in Brighton.

With the regimes including the stamp duty exemption and the new 95 percent deposit option, the housing market is currently booming.

However, properties in Brighton cost on average £ 450,200 well above the national average of £ 231,185 – so what can you really afford in the city?

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These are currently the cheapest Zoopla properties to buy in Brighton at the moment, excluding purchase assistance, retreats and houseboats:

£ 35,000 – Church Place, Brighton BN2

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For £ 35,000 you can buy this parking / garage space at Church Place.

Currently on the market with The Property Shop, the freehold garage is close to the waterfront and marina.

Described as a great opportunity for anyone needing parking or storage, the garage will be sold in full ownership.

It is approximately 6.60 deep and 2.64 wide.

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£ 70,000 – Apartment 5, 2-4 Buckingham Place, Brighton BN1

The Argus:

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Described as a ‘compact unit’, this studio is part of the first floor of this corner property in the heart of the Seven Dials district.

The apartment is offered with an emphyteutic lease and has been rented out for many years.

The property is currently leased under a Shorthold insured lease at £ 5,700 per annum.

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£ 100,000 – Dyke Road, Brighton BN1

The Argus:

In the market with Fox and Sons, this first floor studio is located in Seven Dials, just minutes from Brighton Main Station.

The property is being sold with vacant possession and without a chain for £ 100,000.

It is only available to cash buyers and the current rental yields are in the process of being established.

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£ 112,500 – Leicester Court, Longridge Avenue, Saltdean, Brighton BN2

The Argus:

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Located close to amenities on Longridge Avenue, this two bedroom apartment is on the market with King and Chasemore.

The property is well presented with a fitted kitchen and bathroom, has double glazing and gas central heating.

Estate agents have been advised by the landlord that the property needs a lease extension and is therefore only available as a cash purchase.

Currently the apartment recovers a rental income of £ 750 CFM.

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£ 135,000 – Blackman Street, Brighton BN1

The Argus:

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Located close to Brighton main station, shops and the seafront, this studio is currently on the market for £ 135,000 with Oakley Property.

Described as a good sized studio with kitchenette, entrance hall and shower room, it has been called a ‘perfect property for commuters’.

The top floor studio has a 125 year lease from 2010 and is currently rented out on a Shorthold Insured Rental (AST) for £ 600 cfm.

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This notice was published: 2021-04-13 17:00:00