England East Sussex

House Prices in Brighton

A typical home in the postal area of Brighton (East Sussex) is now worth £426,000.

There are now no settlements in the postal area where a typical home costs less than £300,000. Ten years ago this would have been enough to buy an average home in 6 of them.

The most expensive area is Ovingdean, where a typical home costs over 2 times the £290,000 UK average. The most affordable area is Preston.

The area where prices have risen the fastest is Ovingdean, where the price of a typical home has risen by 78.0% or £334,000 over the past 10 years.

Settlements (e.g. Towns, Suburbs)

Averge value
1YR Change
10YR Change
Brighton Marina Village
- 0.5%
+ 49.3%
Central Brighton
- 2.3%
+ 66.1%
- 1.7%
+ 78.0%
- 3.3%
+ 74.4%
+ 0.3%
+ 64.8%
- 3.2%
+ 70.0%
- 3.3%
+ 77.9%
- 4.2%
+ 75.6%

Data sources

Valuations are calculated by our Automated Valuation Model (AVM), which uses sold house prices published by HM Land Registry.

You can read more about how we value property.

Which areas are included

Settlements (villages, towns, cities, suburbs) are included if there are at least five identifiable streets in the area. Streets are included if there are at least eight identifiable non-commercial properties that appear in HM Land Registry data.

Why is an area missing

If a postal area is split over two or more counties, it will appear in the county with the most properties. If you are looking for a specific area, try searching for it using the search bar at the top of this page.