12 Buckingham Lodge, Buckingham Place, Brighton, BN1 3PL

A property that sold at a similar time and price as 12 Buckingham Lodge Buckingham Place, BN1 3PL, recently sold again. 78 Parkside, BN43 6HA, which was bought for £208,000.00 on 05/09/2007 was sold for £459,750.00 on 04/02/2011. This is a price change of 26.1% per year. If this price change were applied to the £195,000.00 that was paid for 12 Buckingham Lodge Buckingham Place, BN1 3PL, this would imply a current house price of £989,000.00. Bear in mind that this is simply the experience of only one out of the millions of homes in the country - the true value could well be very different from this.

A property similar to 12 Buckingham Lodge Buckingham Place, BN1 3PL is currently for sale with an asking price of £290,000.00. It is a 2 bedroom flat displayed as Millers Road, Brighton, BN1 marketed by Fox & Sons Preston Park estate agents.

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Buckingham Place in Brighton BN1 comprises 292 properties. Out of these properties, almost all are residential (the total number of homes in Buckingham Place is 290). The information below is taken from many different sources, e.g., third parties and comments submitted by the general public. You can explore the wealth of information on the Mouseprice website, including the free valuations on each property.

The property sale that has been recorded in Buckingham Place most recently was Flat 2 46, which sold for £120,000 on 21/03/2014. The least expensive transaction that has been recorded in Buckingham Place is Flat 4 55. It sold for £16,000 on 27/05/1996. The most expensive recorded transaction in Buckingham Place to date is 19, which sold for £650,000 on 04/07/2013. For more detailed information on house price related trends, graphs and stats, see the Brighton area guide on the website.

Of the 290 homes on Buckingham Place, 279 are flats (including apartments and maisonettes). Some of these properties are relatively old, as at least 13 of them were built more than 160 years ago. Properties on Buckingham Place are, on average, worth £178,593, which makes it one of the least expensive places to live in BN1 Brighton, where the average house price is £288,737. This value is derived from the free automated valuation estimates provided on the Mouseprice website. These are known as AVMs. According to Land Registry records, there have been 288 transactions since the 1st of January 1995. This gives us reasonable AVM coverage for Brighton BN1.

There are currently six properties for sale in Buckingham Place that are listed on the website. If you want to look further afield, there are many more properties for sale in Brighton BN1 that can be viewed on the website. The average asking price in Brighton BN1 is £398,620, with the lowest asking price of £1,500 being found on Buckingham Place and the highest asking price of £1,600,000 being found on Preston Park Avenue. One of the most recent properties to be listed as for sale in Brighton BN1 was on Stanford Avenue, BN1, and was put on the market for £225,000 on 18/07/2014.

You can find 193 properties for rent in Brighton BN1 on the website. None of them are in Buckingham Place. All properties for rent in Brighton BN1, as well as in the rest of the country, can be viewed on the website.

For young families with children at St Paul's CofE Primary School and Nursery, living on Buckingham Place would mean a very quick school run as you'd be a stone's throw away from St Nicholas Road, where the school is located. Buckingham Place is also great for local amenities. There is a Post Office close by on Melville Road which is an asset to the community and is a popular resource amongst local residents. As well as this, living on Buckingham Place would make picking up your large packages very easy, as the local Royal Mail depot is close at hand on North Road. Another advantage is that banking is made easy for residents of Buckingham Place, who have a branch of Lloyds Tsb just around the corner on Trafalgar Place. Not very useful if you don't bank with Lloyds Tsb though! However, the biggest advantage is that food shopping is very convenient, as there is a Sainsbury's supermarket a short walk away on New England Street.

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Superb Location in the popular seven dials area, close to Brighton?s main Train station and within easy walking distance of the City Centre and the seafront. The location is ideal for accessing the North laines area with it's boutiques, restaurants, galleries and unique shops. This is also a perfect location for commuting to central London - just 58 minutes away. This bright & spacious first floo
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