Rent or Buy Property in Fishbourne
Tod Anstee Hancock is a leading estate agent in Fishbourne, providing expert estate agent and property management services in the area. If you're looking to buy, rent, sell or let a property in this wonderful location, please get in touch with the Tod Anstee Hancock team on 01243523723.
Fishbourne, West Sussex
The village of Fishbourne is located 2 miles west of Chichester and is most famous for its Roman Palace, attracting tourists and visitors from far and wide. Fishbourne is ideally suited for easy access to the A27 road and also provides a railway station, sports recreation ground, primary school and two public houses, The Bull's Head and the Woolpack Inn.
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Living In Fishbourne Village
Fishbourne is a pleasant place to live encompassing Old and New Fishbourne and borders Chichester Harbour, an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) located at the Head of Fishbourne Channel, which is one of 4 channels forming the harbour. Village life centres around the village pond created for the Millennium and now home to ducks and moorhens, as well as the Old Parish church of St. Peter and St. Mary which is 700 years old and overlooks the meadows of Fishbourne Creek.
Community & Amenities
The village has a thriving community of about 2500 people. There is a range of small shops, a couple of pubs, and for visitors, there are plenty of B&Bs both in and around the village. One of its most famous shops is Barreg Cycles which has a steady stream of tourists hiring bikes to explore the surrounding countryside in the summer months.
The Fishbourne Centre formerly the home of the Fishbourne Club provides excellent facilities for local residents and visitors in the form of function and meeting rooms, a private and public bar with pool table, Sky TV and BT Sport which is open to the public every evening and from noon at weekends. The excellent playing field facilities include, Tennis, Football, Cricket, Bowles, and Croquet.
The Roman Palace
The Roman Palace dates back to roughly 75 AD, the largest residential roman building discovered in Britain during a routine excavation in the 1960s, it has an extraordinary history, with its magnificent mosaic floors and array of historic artefacts. In the North Wing, over twenty mosaics are laid, including the spectacular Cupid on a Dolphin. The formal Roman garden located in the extensive grounds of the Palace have been painstakingly replanted following the original plan featuring box hedging and staked espalier fruit trees.
Access by Road & Development
The A259 follows the line of the 18th century turnpike road right across the middle of the village and the newer A27 forms the northern and eastern boundaries of the village. Since the 1950s, the village has extended steadily northwards towards the A27 boundary. Fishbourne was primarily a farming community at the beginning of the twentieth century and new housing started to appear from the 1930s. From the 1950s new housing developments spread ever nearer to the village's northern boundary (the new A27).
Commuting to Chichester & London
If you’re considering moving to Fishbourne, but work in central London, then you will have around a 2-hour commute by train into the city. Similarly, the drive into London will take you the same amount of time. As Fishbourne is just 2 miles west of Chichester, your drive into the town should be no longer than 15 minutes, with an even shorter train journey of 10 minutes.
House prices in Fishbourne
The majority of sales in Fishbourne during the last year were detached properties, selling for an average price of £455,625. Semi-detached housing is lower, standing at an average price of £326,667. If you’re looking for a terraced property, the average price is currently £243,333 and flats were priced at £210,000 according to recent data.
If you’re looking for an estate agent in Fishbourne, your best bet is to start in Chichester. With a short commute into the town, you’ll find several agents willing to help you find your perfect home. Our Tod Anstee Hancock office is based right in the heart of Chichester, where our specialist team can provide you with all the help you need, so don’t hesitate and pay us a visit!
Property for sale in Fishbourne
The village of Fishbourne is located at the head of Chichester Channel, part of the long arms of Chichester Harbour. With its beautiful surroundings, including scenery and mosaic art, it is the perfect place if you’re looking to live rurally. The older part of the village is a Conservation area and new housing has now extended the village north as far as the A27, offering a variety of places to live.
If you’re looking for a new home located in Fishbourne, you can choose from detached, semi-detached, terraced housing and flats or apartments. Start your search with Tod Anstee Hancock, by using our website and looking at our houses for sale across West Sussex.
Property to rent in Fishbourne
We also regularly have houses to rent in Fishbourne and surrounding areas. Renting can be an alternative way of owning a house, if you can’t afford to buy or want some flexibility. View all the current properties to rent in West Sussex and narrow down your search by using our map or search bar.
Contact our specialists
Tod Anstee Hancock has a number of houses for sale and to rent in Fishbourne and is able to advise vendors, buyers, landlords and tenants on house prices and rentals in the village and its surrounds. Discover the current range of properties for sale in Fishbourne.
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Looking to Sell?
Whether you are selling a country house in the South Downs, a waterfront cottage on Chichester Harbour, an apartment in Chichester or Arundel, or a townhouse in Midhurst, we can assist.
Looking to Let?
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Why Choose Tod Anstee Hancock?
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