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hi Neil thanks! im thinking to move out of london but not so far out, i kind of want to escape to some quiet country/ nature but also be close enough to get to family and work in london! what areas do you recommend?
also i have been to brighton and just wondered what average rent prices for a one or two bedroom and if brighton is multicultural as london is.
Many come to Brighton & Hove to get near to the beautiful countryside and all the South Downs have to offer. As soon as you exit the City to the North you are on the Downs. The seafront offers a chance to stroll along and be close to nature and take in more natural beauty.
Those who prefer not to be in the city chose to move to small villages on the London to Brighton rail link – if that appeals have a look at: Hassocks, Hurstpierpoint, Ditchling and Balcombe.
The essence of Brighton is tolerance, diversity and openness – so whilst it isn’t particularly multi-cultural in terms of ethnicity (when compared to bigger cities) it does have a diverse make up of many different orientations and perspectives. There are plenty of people from other European countries – many come to the large number of language schools or work in the leisure industry to improve their English.
Brighton is quirky, vibrant and unconventional – a 60 year old vicar on a skateboard wouldn’t cause a stir for example.
Pricing is cheaper than London but in the most expensive outside of London!
Property Rents in BN1 by Number of Bedrooms
No. of properties Average rent Median rent
One bedroom 129 £960 pcm £900 pcm
Two bedrooms 182 £1,370 pcm £1,258 pcm