What can I buy close to Brighton and what will it cost?

A lot of people can’t afford Brighton, or maybe they don’t want to be right in the city.

Indeed you might want more space, which you might find a short trip away from the bright lights of the Pier.

There are numerous towns that hug the coast to the east and west of Brighton. You can get those sea vistas that calm the soul.

Also, inland there are many charming villages set in stunning countryside.

What can I buy close to Brighton ?

So what can I buy close to Brighton I hear you ask.

Well, you can dip your toe into Brighton for a night out but leave the chaos of the city for somewhere more serene to rest your head.


It is situated approximately 4 miles (6.4 kilometers) southwest of the town of Burgess Hill and about 11 miles (17.7 kilometers) northwest of the city of Brighton.

If you have £1,250,000 you could have this four bedroom, three bathroom property, reportedly with its origins as part of the historic Danny House Estate dating back to circa 1864.

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Lancing is situated between the larger towns of Worthing to the west and Shoreham-by-Sea to the east.

One of the most notable landmarks in Lancing is Lancing College, an independent co-educational boarding and day school.

It is well-connected by road and rail. Lancing railway station provides train services to various destinations, including Brighton, Worthing, and London.


This two bedroom property is on the market for £360,000.

It is part of an exciting new community of 600 homes on the edge of Lancing and Shoreham just over 1 mile from the coast. This whole new
community will bring with it a primary school, a great draw for people with young children

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Hassocks is a small town and civil parish located in the Mid Sussex district of West Sussex.

It is considered a commuter town due to its proximity to Brighton, Burgess Hill, and London.

This 3 bedroom property is designed to a contemporary aesthetic and including all the luxuries expected of a new build home and is on market for £550,000

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Saltdean is situated on the English Channel coast, approximately 5 miles (8 kilometers) east of Brighton city center. It has a pebble beach and provides residents and visitors with access to the seafront.

One of the distinctive features of Saltdean is its collection of Art Deco buildings.

The Saltdean Lido, a historic outdoor swimming pool complex, is a notable example of Art Deco architecture in the area.

This two bedroom detached bungalow includes underfloor heating and a top of the range, air source heat pump system.

It will set you back £475,000

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Rottingdean village is one of Sussex’s most unique and quintessential villages.

It offers an amazing mix of old high street shops, down land vistas to the Windmill and a short walk to the beach.

This property is on Newlands Road, one of five brand new family homes in stunning contemporary design.

With four bedrooms this property has hit the market at £1.050.000

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