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Properties for sale and to let in Worthing

Tod Anstee Hancock is a leading estate agent in West Sussex, providing expert property management services in Worthing and surrounding areas. If you're looking to buy, rent, sell or let a property by the sea, please get in touch with the Tod Anstee Hancock team on 01243 523723.

Living in Worthing

Situated on the South Coast, Worthing is a large seaside town, known for its impressive pier and exhibiting Britain's greatest concentration of Stone Age flint mines.

Until the late 18th century, the area was a tiny fishing village and as population grew, developed into a Georgian seaside resort. The town now has an estimated population of 104,600, establishing the second largest town in the Brighton, Worthing and Littlehampton conurbation.

As well as a beautiful coastal resort, Worthing is now also a large service industry, particularly specialising in financial services.


What to do in Worthing

Situated on the foot of the South Downs, Worthing is a vibrant town, offering an array of entertainment, shopping, food and family fun by the seaside!

The wide-open prom allows room for a brisk walk or active cycle, whilst you view the endless horizon of blue sea. On the beach, you will also find the famous Worthing pier. The Southern Pavilion is perfectly located to explore the heart of the town’s entertainment, with The Pavilion Theatre at the northern end and cafes, a nightclub and amusement arcade at the South.

If this isn’t enough, Worthing has one of the oldest working cinemas in the UK, Dome cinema.

How far is Worthing from London?

Worthing is an ideal location for commuters who want to work in the lively city but have the benefits of coming home to the tranquil sound of crashing waves.

In total Worthing has five train stations; East Worthing, West Worthing, Durrington-on-Sea, Goring-by-Sea and Worthing railway station. Worthing railway station is the largest of the five stations, operating services directly to London.

Every half an hour, services run to London Victoria, taking an average time of 1hr 30minutes. For commuters by car, driving distance is approximately 62 miles, taking around 1hr 20minutes via either the A24 or A23.

Worthing is also 18 miles east of the county town, Chichester.

Houses for sale in Worthing

For seaside terraces and attractive apartments overlooking the pier, Worthing is the area to be. Not only do they have beautiful seaside views, but there is also a rural area ready to be explored.

The average price for a property in Worthing stood at £323,697 in August 2019, a fall in price of 4.05% in comparison to last year. Dense streets of terraces and town houses are popular among prospective buyers, with the average paid property price for a terraced house standing at £295,427.

If you favour a detached or semi-detached property, why not browse our properties for sale? Tod Anstee Hancock have a number of West Sussex properties for sale, in Worthing and the surrounding areas.

Houses for rent in Worthing

If you want to see stunning landscapes of the South Downs, but aren’t looking to buy right now, Tod Anstee Hancock also have a variety of properties to rent in Worthing. Ideal for those who move around for work or can’t commit to buying, our properties to rent are a great place to start!

What is there to do in Worthing seafront?

Worthing offers a variety of activities for a day out on the seafront. Have lunch on the pier or take a trip to the arcade. You can also go and see a show at the theatre or just simply enjoy the sun on the beach.

When was Worthing founded?

The area around Worthing has been populated for at least 6,000 years. In 4000 BC, the South Downs (above Worthing) were Britain's earliest and largest flint-mining area.

Is Worthing a city?

Worthing is a seaside town in West Sussex.

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Contact Tod Anstee Hancock for property management in Worthing

Tod Anstee Hancock have a number of properties for sale and rent in Worthing, and our experts are available to advise vendors, buyers, landlords and tenants on house prices in the area.

If you would like more information or have any questions or queries, call us on 01243 523723 or contact us online.

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Looking to Sell?

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