House Prices in Brighton

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UK » South East » Brighton
Updated:
4 Jan 23
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Brighton Introduction

Property in Brighton is an ever-thriving market in the southern English city, located along the coast of the South East. It is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city with a diverse culture, and was recently voted the happiest city in the UK for three years running. The city is one of the UK’s most popular destinations for tourists and families, making it a great place to buy property and invest in the local economy. From luxury townhouses and seafront apartments to family homes, there is something to suit everyone’s tastes in this prospective city. Brighton is home to a wide range of amenities such as great schools, parks, theatres, boutique shops, restaurants and art galleries. The city also offers easy access to London, with train services running every 15 minutes. Brighten property is also known for its strong rental opportunities, with high yields of as much as 6-7%. The affordability of real estate in the city has made it a popular choice for people looking to make an investment in their future. Brighton is an exciting, welcoming place and an ideal place to purchase property.

Brighton Quick Facts

Based on 2,257 registered sales in 2022, the median house price in Brighton is £425,000 and the average price is £490,843.

In Brighton during 2022 there have been 2,257 sales, including 661 terraced houses, 257 detached houses, 399 semi detached houses, 848 flats/maisonettes and 92 other properties.

Are House Prices Rising or Falling in Brighton?

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How does Brighton compare to the rest of the country?

We track 1157 towns and cities in England and Wales. In 2022 Brighton was ranked 222 in England and Wales when comparing median property prices.

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Brighton Yearly Data in Charts

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What is the Most Expensive Property in Brighton?

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Brighton Property Types sold in the last year

These are the proportion of proerties sold in the last year, note this is not the proportion of properties in the area, but the proportion of properties you would reasonably expected to find on the market at this present time.

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South East House Price Information

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South East House Price Data

Brighton Postcode Sectors

All known postcode sectors in Brighton and their 2022 average prices

Sector Year Sales Average Change Median Change
BN1 6 2022 237 £600,523 17.5% £500,000 18.3%
BN2 1 2022 166 £469,411 10.6% £400,000 17.6%
BN1 3 2022 165 £524,564 20.9% £360,000 0%
BN2 3 2022 112 £404,869 3.5% £363,250 -4.4%
BN1 5 2022 123 £620,361 5.2% £550,000 -4.3%
BN41 2 2022 121 £395,512 12.1% £380,000 14.5%
BN1 8 2022 143 £537,401 11.8% £512,000 12.5%
BN2 9 2022 120 £451,438 1.9% £477,500 4.9%
BN2 5 2022 109 £486,074 6.7% £400,000 9%
BN1 4 2022 107 £434,155 2.8% £410,000 6.9%
BN2 4 2022 114 £379,806 7.1% £372,475 9.5%
BN2 8 2022 112 £495,786 9.6% £475,750 14.6%
BN42 4 2022 94 £481,057 19.5% £447,550 14.8%
BN1 2 2022 65 £377,842 2.2% £310,000 -7.5%
BN2 6 2022 78 £478,091 13.4% £432,750 4.3%
BN41 1 2022 74 £393,153 10.2% £379,000 12%
BN2 0 2022 62 £417,092 -0.6% £351,500 -9.7%
BN1 7 2022 43 £506,865 20.9% £485,000 20.7%
BN2 7 2022 64 £707,344 9.5% £612,500 6.5%
BN1 1 2022 25 £384,060 -10.8% £327,000 -22.1%
BN1 9 2022 27 £422,322 18% £401,000 13%
BN45 7 2022 3 £2,263,333 261.6% £810,000 32.8%
BN2 2 2022 1 £203,000 -28.8% £203,000 -28.8%

2022 Brighton Property Price Distribution

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