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PRESS RELEASE

July 2019

 

A stunning collection of contemporary homes in Hove, New Wave (https://www.nw-hove.co.uk/) offers a refreshing alternative to suburban London, available through Private Sale and Shared Ownership.

Attracting more young people than any other place in the country, Hove provides a tranquil, but no less vibrant alternative to its buzzy next-door neighbour, Brighton. With its wide array of independent restaurants, shops, and galleries, as well as strong recreational offerings on both land and sea, this coastal city offers the perfect lifestyle for both commuting professionals and families.

Residents at New Wave will find themselves superbly situated on the axis between Goldstone Lane and Newton Road, a residential area prized for its proximity to the main shopping area of George Street, as well as Hove Station. By train, Brighton is reachable in just four minutes, making both the designer-led outlets of the Lanes and popular venues such the Brighton Dome immediately accessible.

However, for gastronomic delights, the best choices are those closest to home. Espresso bar Small Batch Coffee is a Hove staple that has gained renown across the South East for its premium roasts, while a stop-in at either artisan bakery Hove Patisserie or picturesque art’s café Treacle & Ginger is guaranteed to satisfy any confectionary craving, whether savoury or sweet. Likewise, Wolfie’s of Hove has the fish & chip market cornered, and for high-quality and sustainable British cuisine, there’s no better catch than The Little Fish Market – Brighton and Hove’s only 3 AA rosette restaurant.

Just a stone’s throw North from New Wave is the 40-acre Hove Park, offering plenty of opportunities for recreation. In addition to tennis and basketball facilities for organised sport, those with children will find delight in the Park’s miniature railway. Another space with a great family vibe is Hove Lagoon; the city’s premiere watersports facility, it offers wakeboarding, wind-surfing, and paddle boarding in a safe and contained environment.

For quieter pursuits, the Hove Museum & Art Gallery features an extensive toy gallery – perfect for an afternoon of nostalgia – as well as a collection of cinematic artefacts dating to the late-19th century. Those craving a day at the spa are sure to find bliss at The Beauty Place, just off Palmeira Square, while gents searching for a proper trim needn’t look further than Teddy Edwards Cutting Rooms at Goldstone Villas.

From Hove Station, commuters can take a direct service to London Victoria, arriving in the Capital in just over an hour, while world travellers can find themselves at Gatwick in 34 minutes by car or 37 minutes by train via Brighton.

Each New Wave apartment is delivered with high-quality finishes, including fitted kitchens with handless units, resin worktops, induction hobs, and integrated appliances. All bathrooms include underfloor heating, illuminated mirrors, and Thermostatic bath/shower controls. To the rear of the building is a communal residents’ garden, while an undercroft provides parking and cycle storage.

 

There are currently only six two-bedroom apartments remaining for private sale with pricing starting at £380,000.

 

For more information, please visit https://www.hydenewhomes.co.uk/developments/new-wave or call the Hyde sales team on 0345 606 1221.

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https://www.theguardian.com/money/2017/jul/07/lets-move-to-hove-east-sussex-young-people