SOLD BY PARSONS SON AND BASLEY, MORE PROPERTIES NEEDED.
When I first decided to buy a one bedroom flat in Hove, I never thought I would find one so close to the seafront but also within walking distance to hove train station. Commuting to London meant late nights and being able to walk down Goldstone villas and be home within minutes was fantastic. When I viewed the property I was amazed with the size of the garden compared to others seen at more money. It really was my perfect first time buy and has since been a great rental flat. Other benefits are the local boutique shops, bars and restaurants on Church road,
3.3 x 3 (10’9″ x 9’10”)
4.3 x 3.3 (14’1″ x 10’9″)
The owner is in the process of having the lease extended to 162 years. The annual service charge is £670 with ground rent at £75. We have been told this by the owner and checks would need to be done via your own solicitor.
Hove’s businesses pride themselves on a warm welcome and personal service. If you are new to the area, or haven’t been for a while, you’ll be surprised by the huge variety of choice to make your shopping a breeze. With a great mix of high street brands next to quirky lifestyle boutiques, there’s a host of surprises waiting for you in the west of the city. And when your feet need a well earned rest, you’re never far from a cosy cuppa, tasty snack or delicious meal to recharge your batteries. With loads of funky bars and traditional pubs as well, you’ll be spoilt for choice and quickly realise why so many visitors love Hove.
A LITTLE TRIVIA
A well-known reply by residents of Hove, usually humorous, when asked if they live in Brighton is “Hove, actually” thus maintaining a distinction with their less genteel neighbour. One source has identified the locally resident actor Laurence Olivier (who lived in Brighton) as the origin of the phrase. In the 1990s the Hove borough council used the slogan “Hove, Actually” to promote the town for tourism.