Known as “London by the Sea” this is a city for investors, offering superb lifestyle, growing population and plenty of tenants . It’s on the London Commuter Belt 50 minutes from London centre, and with over 50000 students and over 12 million tourists annually is one of the UKs major destinations.
Brighton is bursting with attractions: an outlandish Royal Palace, interesting museums, a beautiful beach, Brighton University, superb shopping and late-night pubs and clubs. Expect amusements, rides and invigorating ocean views.
In the heart of the city, you’ll find an extravagant pleasure palace fit for a king. Brighton Pavilion was built for King George IV, who had architect John Nash reimagine it into the domed Indian style palace you can see today.
Brighton’s colourful network of shopping streets awash with vintage gear, antiques and quaint cafes.
Brighton is a great base for exploring the South Downs National Park, home to the dramatic Seven Sisters cliffs and some of southern England’s most charming villages.