House Removals Worthing
Worthing is a quiet coastal town in West Sussex situated at the foot of the South Downs. The long path that follows the coast is a great stretch for walks and is also frequented by joggers and roller skaters, particularly in the warmer months. With fish and chips available a few hundred metres walk from the coast, many take theirs to go and enjoy a picnic on the beach or the pier.
The town, although sometimes tarnished as a place only for retirees, is a hub for water sports. Worthing is home to Worthing Rowing Club and Worthing Sailing Club. There are also a number of water sports operators who offer everything from kite surfing to paddle boarding.
Moving to Worthing
Compared to neighbouring Goring, and Goring-By-Sea, properties in Worthing are more affordable. The majority of property sales are made up of terraced and semi-detached homes. Terraced properties are selling for around £261,340 on average, whereas semi-detached are going for £309,255.
There is a Britannia office located just down the coast in Newhaven. The Beckwith office can help with any aspect of your move and we can tailor a service to meet your needs.
Eating and Shopping in Worthing
With a seaside location, the seafood is fresh in Worthing and the restaurants make the most of it. Restaurants and locals alike all venture to the beach to purchase the daily catch of the fishermen selling their produce on the shore.
Whatever your budget, whether it be fish and chips or champagne and oysters, there is something for everyone in Worthing. There is an eclectic mix of restaurants in the town and cuisines from all over the world are available. There is also a burgeoning café culture in Worthing and alfresco dining is becoming more and more popular.
Shopping in Worthing is a real treat, with over 400 retail stores adorning the pedestrianised streets and covered shopping areas. There is a great mix of high-street stores, independent boutiques and specialist shops. Chances are, whatever you are after, somewhere in Worthing will have it.
Transport Links in Worthing
If travelling to Worthing by road from the east or west, use the A27 or A259. There are many options if coming from the north. Many choose the M25 and A24, although the M25, M23, A23 and A27 is another option for drivers.
There are many car parks in Worthing, and parking all along the coast. Aside from on the weekends when it is particularly beautiful weather, the area does not suffer with terrible traffic like its other coastal counterparts.
There is a railway line running east and west across the town and it also benefits from two train stations: West Worthing and Worthing. Worthing is considered the main station but most locations across the south coast can be reached easily from either station. There are also frequent services running to London Victoria (via Gatwick airport) with a journey time of approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.
There are also a number of bus companies servicing the local residential areas and neighbouring towns.