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Belbourne Court

Bread Street, Brighton, East Sussex

Belbourne Court  is situated off Bread Street close to shops in the centre of Brighton. The development was built by Wimpey Retirement Homes and consists of 46 flats completed in 1986.

Brighton is situated just below the Sussex Downs and is famous not only for its Pavilion but also as one of the most exciting seaside resorts in the country. It has a wealth of places of interest to visit from the Palace Pier and promenades to theatres, restaurants, elegant shops and Madeira Drive with its Aquarium and the finishing line for some of the towns most famous races including the Veteran Car event in late November. The town is well known for The Lanes, a tightly packed area of Jewellers and Antique shops in hidden away alleys with tempting things to buy. The colourful Marina is one of the largest in the country with apartments shops and restaurants, a haven for the yachting fraternity and water sports.

The star of Brighton is undoubtedly the Pavilion next door to the Brighton Museum, which was transformed by John Nash in the early part of the nineteenth century into a fantastic eastern extravaganza. Set low amongst the buildings now surrounding it is a major attraction and adds to Brighton‘s alluring charm. Elsewhere there are imposing 19th century hotels, an electric railway, art galleries, fine parks and of course a long shingle beach.

Facilities include a resident manager and emergency alarm service, lift, communal lounge, laundry, guest facilities, library, garden.

Scheme Features: Local Amenities: Environment:
  • Manager: Resident
Available Properties at this development
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Belbourne Court
East Sussex
Raglan Housing Association

2 Bedroom

Please note: For information required under the Home Pack Regulations 2007 and Energy Performance of Buildings (Certificate and Inspection) England and Wales Regulations 2007, please contact the agent, manager or developer direct.