Large Edwardian family home in Brighton

Large Edwardian family home in Brighton

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Brighton is a vibrant city by the sea with many attractions including the famous Brighton Pier, Royal Pavilion and historic Lanes area. Our house is in a very quiet area 2 miles from the city centre, and can easily accommodate 7 people. It is within a ten minute walk of the train station with a half hourly service into central London (50 min). There are many parks, pubs and local shops nearby. There is a frequent bus service into the city centre and the seafront. The beautiful South Downs national park starts at the northern outskirts of Brighton just 5 minutes drive away.


2 Reviews

More about us

  1. Lively retired couple with grown up children.

  2. Richard is an architect and Anne is a teacher

  3. We love travelling to new places.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Absolutely no shortage in central Brighton!
Cool bars
Park View locally or many great bars in town centre.
Cozy cafés
Numerous - try North Laines area for something different.
Retail therapy
All major retailers plus loads of great boutiques in Old Lanes and North Laines.
Bit of culture
Royal Pavilion & Theatre Royal.
Walks in the park
Preston Park nearby and Stanmer Park with direct access to South Downs.
Spot of exercise
Tennis courts in Preston Park, walk along the seafront or on the South Downs
Day tripping
London only 50 minutes by train or visit Portsmouth's historic docklands and see Henry VIII' s 'Mary Rose' and Nelson's ship 'The Victory''.

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