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Just 53 minutes travel time into central London, and a 15-minute walk to Brighton Beach, the Goldstone Apartments development is perfect for short-term rentals. We are pleased to confirm we have negotiated with the developer that short-term lets are permitted here.

An unrivalled opportunity in one of the UK’s most vibrant and welcoming cities. The Goldstone Apartments is part of the exciting regeneration of a dynamic new residential neighbourhood in Hove. Minutes from Hove station, Hove Park and the beach, with Brighton on the doorstep and London just over an hour away, it offers enviable access to a fantastic array of amenities for those who choose to make their home here.

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Starting From:

£362,450

Rental Yield:

7.3%

Fully managed, hassle free

Completing in Q4 2023

£0 ground rent

999 year leasehold

The Apartments

1 Bed Apartments

From £362,450
Up to 634 sq. ft.

Rising rents and rising house prices will maximise yield on your investment – and if you eventually look to sell your buy-to-let investment, Brighton has shown excellent Capital Appreciation over the last ten years.

2 Bed Apartments

From £479,950
Up to 784 sq. ft.

Rising rents and rising house prices will maximise yield on your investment – and if you eventually look to sell your buy-to-let investment, Brighton has shown excellent Capital Appreciation over the last ten years.

3 Bed Apartments

From £692,450
Up to 1054 sq. ft.

Rising rents and rising house prices will maximise yield on your investment – and if you eventually look to sell your buy-to-let investment, Brighton has shown excellent Capital Appreciation over the last ten years.

connectivity and transportation

Connectivity & Transport

Brighton is within surprisingly easy reach of London thanks to the outstanding connections via trains and other public transport links and easy road access. Commuters can, therefore, enjoy the best of both worlds by moving here, enjoying home life on the South coast with quick and easy transportation from the local train station into London for work and leisure.

It’s got all the best city infrastructure, yet its vibe is relaxed and perhaps even slightly eccentric. It’s near enough to London for those who work and still want to visit London now and then. With exceptional transport links to London, Brighton is seeing plenty of public transport commuters with London paying salaries, but prefer to live in Brighton, by the sea.

Brighton is one of Britain’s most popular coastal towns and sits on the south coast of Sussex. Backing onto the South Downs, its long sand and shingle beaches face into the English Channel. Brighton sits in the centre of a shallow bay stretching from Selsey Bill's headlands to Beachy Head. Much of the town is centred on the seafront promenade with bars, cafes, shops and amusement arcades.

  • LIDL Supermarket - 3 mins walk
  • Hove Station - 7 mins walk
  • Brighton Beach - 22 mins walk
  • London Heathrow - 1hr 6 mins by car
  • London Victoria - 1hr 6 mins by train
employment and education

Employment & Education

One of the UK’s most distinctive cities, Brighton & Hove, is renowned for the spirit and diversity of its people, unique retail, leisure and cultural offer and world-famous heritage assets. It has become recognised as a hub of creativity, innovation and enterprise, with a buoyant small-business economy. Little wonder the city is fast attracting new investment from across the globe.

With a young population (the average resident is in their mid-30s) and approaching 40,000 students at Sussex and Brighton Universities, there is always a high demand for rental property. Recent statistics also show Brighton and Hove to have highly competitive rental yields.

Among the global institutions to choose Brighton & Hove for their operations are international finance giant American Express, financial services provider Legal & General and appliance breakdown protection provider Domestic & General.

Brighton & Hove attracts tech, media and telecoms businesses, with digital businesses contributing £1bn+ annually to the local economy. The ICT and digital sector grew by more than 40% over five years up to 2018, with 19% of digital firms identified as ‘high growth’.

amenities

Amenities

  • Communal areas
  • On-site cafe
  • Rooftop terrace
  • Co-working spaces
  • Parking spaces
  • Residents' lounge

Property Location

Newtown Road
Hove, BN3

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