Prominent Estate Agents in Brighton & Hove

An expert estate agent in Brighton and Hove, Move Revolution was founded back in July 2009 and is proud to boast a team that know the area well.

The town is a favoured destination amongst our staff, with many not only working, but living, in the area. Whether you have questions concerning schools, commuter links or things to do, our Brighton and Hove estate agents will be happy to offer their tips and advice.

If you’re looking to buy, sell or rent in the area, get in touch with our friendly team now.

Current Sales and Lettings

For Sale
Detached Bungalow
£399,950
This spacious three bedroom Detached Bungalow is situated in a quiet residential road close to the shops in the popular North Woodingdean. What we particularly love about this bungalow is the secluded west facing garden that is brought to life by the colourful fencing and different levels.

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Get in touch with an agent local to you in Brighton and Hove.

Open 8am to 8pm.

Please call 01273 921500 or complete the form below.

Head Office: Robert Denholm House, Bletchingley Road
Nutfield, Surrey, RH1 4HW
Alex Goodman
Area Sales Manager
Alex enjoys brunch in Al Campo Lounge, in Preston Circus, and recommends their ‘dirty baked beans on toast’.

He loves wandering the North Laines and stopping for lunch at Riddle & Finns fish restaurant.

For evening drinks, his top choice is Hove Place on 2nd Avenue, where they have an authentic Italian Garden – perfect to enjoy a drink on a warm evening.

About Brighton & Hove

The beautiful seaside town of Brighton is popular for its beach, shops, as well as places to eat and drink.

Churchill Square offers fantastic mainstream shopping opportunities, whilst the lanes are full of quirky boutiques and luxury stores. The town has a vast selection of branded and independent eateries and boasts a lively nightlife.

Brighton is renowned for its diverse communities and rich arts culture. It is celebrated for its large LGBT population and often nicknamed the ‘Gay Capital of the UK’.

The town is easily reached by public transport, and commuters can travel by train directly into central London in just over an hour.

Our Clients Say It Best

Things To Do

As a couple
CHOCOLATE AND COCKTAILS
CHOCCYWOCCYDOODAH
Visit Bar Du Chocolat in the fabulous chocolate shop, Choccywoccydoodah, for an indulgent sweet treat. Later, head to the hidden BYOC for a cocktail – or three!
PICNIC
CARLUCCIOS
Ditch soggy sandwiches for an Italian picnic platter. Carluccios serves a tasty picnic hamper that you can take away and enjoy in a sunny spot of your choice.
COMEDY CLUB
KOMEDIA
Krater Comedy Club in Brighton’s Komedia hosts hilarious comedy nights every weekend.
With kids
AQUARIUM
BRIGHTON SEA LIFE CENTRE
Brighton’s Sea Life Centre is great fun for the whole family. Ride the glass bottom boat, take a behind the scenes tour and enjoy the rock pool experience where you can touch crabs and starfish.
POTTERY PAINTING
PAINTING POTTERY CAFÉ
Your family don’t need to be budding artists to enjoy the Painting Pottery Café. Pick a crockery item of your choice and get creative!
With friends
FOOTBALL MATCH
BRIGHTON AND HOVE ALBION
Why not take friends on a trip to the Albion to show your support for Brighton’s local team, the Seagulls? Afterwards, head to one of Brighton’s many great pubs for a post-match drink.
CAKE AND KAYAKING
CLOUD 9
Cloud 9 boasts an extensive selection of delicious cakes, ice cream and waffles for you to enjoy with friends. To burn off the calories, why not go kayaking afterwards?
ENTERTAINMENT
BRIGHTON DOME
From classical music to comedy, theatre to workshops, there’s always plenty going on at the Brighton Dome.

Local Events

GAY PRIDE
August 05, 2016
As the UK’s biggest Pride festival, Brighton comes alive with celebration – and colour – during Pride weekend.

Watch the parade, before heading to Preston Park to enjoy the festival vibe.
BURNING THE CLOCKS
December 21, 2016
This annual event celebrates the winter solstice, bringing the city together on the shortest day of the year.

Make your own lantern, then parade through the streets before passing them into the bonfire on Brighton’s beach as a token of the year ending. The night then ends with an impressive firework display.