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Cliftonville local area guide

How is the Cliftonville market performing?

House prices in Cliftonville have increased 12.8% over the past 12 months.

Your Move for sale
Average property price in Cliftonville
£288,252
+12.8%
Last 12 months
+25.7%
Last 5 years
Based on the Land Registry data for properties sold within the postcodes that Your Move Cliftonville covers.
Your Move to let
Average rental price in Cliftonville
£815
pcm
+8.7%
Last 12 months
+19.9%
Last 5 years
Based on the advertised rental prices for properties to rent by Your Move Cliftonville in the last 12 months from today's date.

Why move to Margate and Cliftonville?

Margate has a vibrant art scene and is home to the Turner Contemporary situated on the seafront in Margate and next to the beautiful golden sandy beach, making it a popular destination for travellers out of the area to come and visit. This, along with the beautiful coastline is just a couple of reasons why Margate is a fantastic place to live. Margate has good links into Canterbury and London via train, with the train station situated on the seafront. Margate has also been approved for a large cash injection of 25 million to be invested into the regeneration of the town. The old town is very lively in the summer months especially there are a wide selection of cafes bars and restaurants to cater for most tastes. The old town is also home to some niche independent shops.

From its vibrant arts scene, the vintage charm of Dreamland and gorgeous sandy beaches, Margate has something for everyone. The nostalgic charm of Dreamland is a great day out for visiting families and friends. The Scenic Railway, which opened in Dreamland on July 3 1920, is the oldest operating roller coaster in the UK. Margate’s beach is a real gem and is popular with its many visitors. Margate has a wide diversity of cafes and bars to be sampled along the way as well as traditional fish and chips. The nearby Westwood Cross retail park offers a large range of retail outlets and plentiful parking. Margate has a main line link into London train stations and Canterbury station making it easily accessible to go into the hustle and bustle of the city.

 

Development

Both Margate and Cliftonville have seen redevelopment over the years the are around Westwood Cross has seen the biggest changes with the continued growth of the shopping area and additional residential development. Cliftonville has benefitted greatly from many of its large Victorian properties being refurbished and brought back to life the whole area continues to benefit from ongoing improvements.

Your Move in Cliftonville has a selection of properties available to suit most budgets. Really there is something for everyone here. From smaller more recent developments to large imposing properties. Cliftonville has mainly older style properties from the Victorian era, with some newer developments mixed in. Properties around the old town are very popular with buyers from outside of the area and are often bought as holiday homes.

 

Restaurants and shopping

Both area’s have a wide array of shops from many of the traditional high street chains. In addition there are many small independent retailers with bespoke products for sale.

There are many types of eating establishments from the seaside traditional fish and chips and many other types of cuisine to tempt the palate.