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Morning Chaps and Chapesses,
Anyone help me out? I've seen some exchanges on areas in Eastbourne - where,s nice and where's not. Im thinking of moving into Redoubt near the sea front. I've seen comments that Seaside is a bit rough in parts. Is there any sign that this might be infecting Redoubt. Any advice welcome.. Cheers,
As he said, Redoubt and Seaside are fine. Seaside had a bit of a bad rep but really its safe as houses. Old Town is really nice if you can afford it. I wouldn't live down the harbour, extremely windy and over priced.
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Langney point is ok but it's bungalow (and therefore pensioner) city. Redoubt/Seaside is ok.
I live in Upperton and it's nice, but a bit pricey. Old town is the best area for schools, pubs and atmosphere in my opinion.
Most parts of Langney are fine. The only areas to avoid are the Shinewater and Kingsmere estates. As is always the case even these areas wil have some perfectly respectable residents but unfortunately if there are any thieving chavs lording on benefits they are more likely to be in those areas.
Run a mile if the estate agent suggests alternatives such as Royal Sussex Crescent or Croxden Way
croxden way....and all of Willingdon Trees methinks
Agreed on Croxden Way and the surrounding area.. complete poo hole!.. you'll be absolutely fine with Redoubt though!
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Redoubt is street parking only, if you have car(s) can be tricky. its also one freak storm away from severe flooding.
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