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1. Easy access to London

If you decide to move to West Sussex, the Brighton to London line is a fast and efficient way to travel into the centre of London in no time at all. If you’re thinking of moving down to a coastal town or city like Brighton or Worthing, you can expect to be in the city within an hour and a half. Gatwick and Haywards Heath are two of the most popular stations for commuters. Meaning perhaps you want to think about moving to their surrounding towns. Burgess Hill, Wivelsfield & Horley are all great choices.

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2. A stone’s throw from the coast.

The South Coast area of West Sussex offers opportunities to enjoy the sweeping beaches in villages such as Worthing, Littlehampton and Bognor Regis to name a few. West Wittering, pictured below, is one of the most picturesque beaches on the whole South Coast.

3. Incredible landscapes and views for walking.

Much of the County is taken up by the South Downs which form a huge part of the Southern part of West Sussex. It’s the third-largest national park in the UK with 4 market towns and 2000 miles of walks – including the well known South Downs Way.

4. Some of the best schools in the country.

If you’re planning your house move to West Sussex with children, you’ll probably want to know what schools are available to you. You’ll be glad to hear that this area is regarded as one of the best for education. In addition, West Sussex is home to 25 private schools and numerous state schools.

To run you through a few key statistics, you may be interested to know that for GCSE’S at Brighton College 93.9% of pupils achieved an A or A* in 2018/19. For A Levels across the county, Brighton College also ranked in at Number 1 on the table. Included in this was over 80% of pupils achieving either an A or A*.

5. Home with character and charm.

There are many types of beautiful character homes in West Sussex. In particular, you will notice those with a steep pitched peg tiled roof and brick and flint walls. Building materials such as these have been used since the times of the Saxons. This allows every village and building within to remain unique. The most common patterns you may find will consist of fish-scale or regular rows. Flints are inserted either as cobble or are split open.

If you were on the fence about moving to West Sussex, hopefully, we have given you some inspiration.

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