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We cover many areas in East and West Sussex. The map below shows just some examples of the areas where we have sourced properties for our clients.

The individual and unique areas within the city of Brighton and Hove


Clifton Conservation

Highly sought after and historic Clifton conservation area. Central Brighton with stunning surrounding regency streets.


Hove Park

The leafy area of Hove Park is arguably one of the finest residential locations in the city of Brighton and Hove.


New Church Road

The 'Portland Road' or 'Poets' Corner' areas are dotted with small businesses and workshops which help the locality to thrive and the area has become very popular. 



Withdean is a former village, now part of Brighton and Hove. Withdean stadium is located here, next to a wooded hillside nature reserve.



Roedean is immediately to the east of Brighton. Roedean estate is now one of Brighton's most exclusive residential districts with a population of around 600.

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Seven Dials

Seven Dials is a very popular, central residential area that is a short walk to Brighton Station, and boasts numerous cafés and coffee shops.

Brunswick Town

The cosmopolitan city of Brighton is within walking distance from Brunswick Town. It's very close to Hove Lawns and the beach too.


Queens Park

The Queens Park Area sits north of Kemptown and has an attractive public park with a café and children’s play area. Close by is the Royal Sussex Hospital and Brighton College.



Patcham is approximately 3 miles north of the city centre. Many properties benefit from excellent views to the downs. Great access to the A23, the A27 and the M23.



Hove is a town to the west of its larger neighbour Brighton. It has fantastic amenities and great train links with nearby Hove railway station.



Kemptown is close to the beach and has Kemptown Village, with its cool cafés, coffee shops, restaurants, and independent shops, at its heart. This stretch of the beach includes the new Sea Lanes, Beach Box Spa and Soho Beach House.  


The Golden Triangle

Preston Park and Fiveways is known locally as the Golden Triangle. With its beautiful park, numerous renowned primary, secondary and sixth form schools, and great train links from nearby Preston Park railway station it is an incredibly popular area to live in.

Brighton Marina

The Marina

Brighton Marina is the largest in Europe with over 1500 berths and a stunning waterfront destination where you can shop, eat, drink, play and stay.


Brighton, Hove, Portslade, Shoreham, Worthing, Southwick, Roedean, Burgess Hill, Uckfield, Saltdean, Hurstpierpoint, Horam, Glynde.

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