We have probably all heard about the dramatic growth in property prices across London and the commuter belt, and it’s precisely this which has spurred some City livers to reconsider their town house in favour of a better value home and more relaxed lifestyle at one of the UK’s harbor or Marina villages.
The increased demand for properties in the marina areas of Brighton, Newhaven and Eastbourne (as the Sussex examples) is sure to lead to movement in property prices in these areas too. So with that in mind we began to ponder what life is like when moving to Brighton Marina.
With an abundance of restaurants, hours of entertainment at the Cineworld Cinema, Bowlplex and Rendezvous Casino; and even a fully equipped and modern gym, Brighton Marina offers professional couples and young families all the benefits of being centrally located in Brighton, without quite so much hustle and bustle. You’ll unlikely to need to venture along the coastline for a good dining experience or family day out, but if you do the public transport links are excellent with a Brighton & Hove bus service running from the Marina every 15 minutes throughout the day and night bus service running until 3:14am to the City Centre.
It’s obviously not for everyone, but certainly those making the transition between busy inner city life to a more relaxed but still lively area, moving to Brighton Marina is ideal!