A PROPERTY website has revealed the houses for sale in Brighton which are catching buyers’ eyes.

Three homes on the market in Cowfold Road, Queensway and Albion Hill have been viewed more than any others on Zoopla, a representative for the site said.

He said houses in the area were now in high demand with the easing of lockdown measures.

The Queensway property, a three-bed semi-detached house, was the most expensive of the popular trio, priced at £350,000.

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The listing boasts features including “lovely views, bright rooms and a large garden”.

It reads: “(This is a) lovely three bedroom house with lovely views and a large outside space.

“It is close to Brighton hospital and all transport links, also having a sizeable kitchen.

“This house would make a perfect family home.”

The Cowfold Road property, a two-bed terrace house, comes in slightly cheaper at £325,000.

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Between Kemp Town and Whitehawk, this home again has access to the hospital as well as Brighton Marina, with the city centre also only a 30 minute walk away.

The listing reads: “An extended family home which is much bigger than other two-beds in the area.

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"It is arranged over two floors and benefits from having a dining area as well as a dressing room. The garden is a good size and it is sure to prove very popular.”

The final property is a two-bed flat for sale in Albion Hill for £300,000.

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It is described as “excellently maintained” with a private, south-facing garden and a “popular central Brighton location”.

The listing states: “This period home has been excellently maintained by its current owner for approximately eight years.

“The exposed original floorboards and tasteful décor gives the property a warmth while keeping in theme with the age of the building.

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“Through the bright lounge is the kitchen/ breakfast room which opens up via double French doors on to a secluded and private south facing garden.

“Glimpses across Brighton are visible from the kitchen and garden.”

Gráinne Gilmore, head of research at Zoopla, said demand for its services had ramped up with the loosening of lockdown restrictions.

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And he proposed a reason for the sudden surge in prospective buyers post-lockdown.

He said: “Working patterns changed during lockdown and some home-buyers used this time as an opportunity to reassess how and where they live. We have seen an increase in interest in properties with home offices, while some buyers are simply looking for more space which will allow them to create a dedicated area for working once they move in.”