WE all know that London house prices can be on the extreme end of the scale, but how much could you really buy in Brighton for the price of a three-bed home in the capital? 

The average house price in Brighton is £384,338 meaning that you could get more than 15 homes for the price of this £7million Belgravia penthouse. 

But if you’re going to have a property empire, why not mix it up a bit? 

Here are the homes in Brighton you could own for the price of this one London residency: 


Eaton Square, Belgravia, London

The Argus:

This three-bedroom penthouse is located in one of London's most prestigious addresses.

For £7million this lavish pad will get you a fully fitted kitchen, communal garden, air conditioning and a hot tub. 

The property is also close to lavish shops and restaurants and there is even a 24-hour concierge service, so you'd never go without. 

But is it really worth it? 

Here's what you could get in Brighton for the same cost: 


Little Crescent, Rottingdean, Brighton

The Argus:

Coming in at just under £1million this four-bedroom detached house in the highly sought-after area of Rottingdean could be the first of many to add to your empire. 

Described as elegant and stylish the house has large rooms throughout, modern kitchen and bathrooms and delightful sea views. 

All of this for not even a quarter of the Belgravia penthouse. 


Woodland Walk, Ovingdean, Brighton

The Argus:

Next up we have this four-bedroom detached family home surrounded by woodland in Ovingdean. 

With a stunning open-plan kitchen diner and two living areas, this property is ideal for busy families and those who love to entertain.

To find out more visit Zoopla.


Atlington Street, Brighton 

The Argus:

Well, if you're going to have a property empire you might aswell buy a block of flats aswell right? 

This five storey building is comprised of four HMO's which consist of a seven-bedroom, eight-bedroom, four-bedroom and three-bedroom properties.

Annual income from this property is £143,240. 


Falmer Road, Woodingdean, Brighton

The Argus:

This six-bedroom substantial family home is set in the highly sought-after area of Woodingdean. 

With ample off-street parking, large rear garden and far-reaching views over downland and out to sea, what more could you possibly want? 

Find out more about the property here. 


Little Crescent, Rottingdean, Brighton

The Argus:

Described as a fine modern home this property boasts an incredible sea front location.

Well-maintained throughout this home has a low maintenance garden and plenty of off-street parking. 


Compton Avenue, Brighton

The Argus:

This two-bedroom flat is close to Brighton Station and set within the Clifton and Montpelier Conservation Area.

The location and open-plan living space make it the ideal property to add to the property empire.


Arnold Street, Brighton

The Argus:

This two-bedroom terraced house is located in the popular Hanover area between the racecourse on the downs and the centre of Brighton.

The property offers a spacious lounge-diner, two double bedrooms and a converted loft space. 


Durham Close, Brighton

The Argus:

With lovely communal gardens this three-bedroom flat has great rental potential. 

Ideal for families the property is close to schools and shops and there is also a modern fitted kitchen.


Grantham Road, Brighton

The Argus:

Offered with no onward chain and described as a great investment property near the sea, this converted ground floor flat is the ideal empire home. 

Boasting a sought after Fiveways location and a rear patio garden the property comes in at £250,000. 


Regency Square, Brighton

The Argus:

This one bedroom apartment has a recently fitted modern kitchen and sea views. 

Located on the top floor this property is offered with no-onward chain. 

Leaving you with some change spare, this Brighton empire comes in at £6,990,000. 

Compared to the London Penthouse you'd be able to get these ten properties and still have £10,000 left over. 

If you had the money what would you do - buy one home in London or an empire in Brighton? Let us know in the comments.