House Removals Seaford
The seaside town of Seaford is surrounded by the beautiful Sussex countryside and is close to the picturesque villages of Alfriston and Firle. The town is also close to the dramatic cliffs at Seaford Seven Sisters and Beachy Head.
Seaford boasts an award-winning four mile beach and promenade and is a more tranquil setting than some of the other towns along the coast. The area has a variety of museums, art galleries, cafes, pubs and restaurants.
Although Seaford is quieter, it has a thriving community spirit and is popular for commuters due to easy accessibility of London and Brighton. It is favoured by all the generations and many locals comment that the natural beauty of the area makes it a special place to live.
Moving to Seaford
A lot of homes in Seaford are detached and properties of this nature are selling for around £382,549. Flats, on average, are selling for an average price of £169,258, while semi-detached properties are fetching £271,534.
Moving to Seaford could not be easier considering the Britannia Beckwith office is located just a 10-minute drive away. We can help you move house or, there is a variety of storage solution available with us to suit all budgets and levels of accessibility needed.
Shopping and Entertainment in Seaford
Seaford is home to a vast and vibrant mix of shops, both high-street and independent. There is a range of cafes and restaurants to suit all palettes and happy afternoons can be spent shopping or milling around the town centre.
For those who enjoy music, film and theatre, Seaford is a great hub for all three. Seaford has The Little Theatre or The Barn Theatre, with Seaford Community College residing in the latter. Lots of the pubs in the area have regular live music. Furthermore, Seaford Live! is a festival of entertainment that happens every September and is put on across many venues in Seaford.
Getting Around Seaford
Seaford is essentially half way between Brighton and Eastbourne. The coastal A259 provides a seamless link between the 3 locations, with a 35-minute drive to Brighton and a 25-minute drive to Eastbourne. However, this route can be subject to traffic jams during rush hour and at weekends.
The 119 and 120 are circular bus services that serve the local Seaford area. Bus routes 12 and 12A ferry passengers between Brighton and Eastbourne (and vice versa) with stops in Seaford.
Seaford station provides the terminus of the line from Brighton via Lewes and Newhaven and the service is provided by Southern. Trains from Seaford to Brighton run twice an hour, with journeys taking between 32 and 35 minutes. For those wanting to get into London, you will have to change at Lewes for a direct train to London Victoria. Entire journey time is around 1 hour 30 minutes.