Spacious family home by the seaside

Spacious family home by the seaside

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
2 Bathrooms

About our home

A large Victorian four bedroom family home in the coastal town of Worthing, West Sussex. Five minutes walk from West Worthing train station, which has regular train services to Brighton, Gatwick, Portsmouth and London.

The house is near local shops and amenities and a close to Worthing town centre where there is a great selection of independent shops, bars and restaurants. Nearby are Goring and Ferring beaches as well as the beautiful South Downs and the historical town of Arundel.

The house has off-road parking, a playroom with lots of toys, and a big garden with climbing frame, sand pit, games and BBQ.

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More about us

  1. We're a family of four. Alex (37), Pema (36), Matilda (6), and Martha (3). Alex works is the charities sector and Pema is a translator.

  2. We love discovering new places and meeting new people. We love going to the beach and the South Downs, swimming, walking and enjoying being outdoors in general.

  3. We love TV and cinema, music, reading and theatre.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

A quiet road close to local shops, park and 11th century church, with easy access to Worthing town centre.

Buzzy restaurants
The Crab Shack, Thai Street Food, Ami Bistro, Salsa Viva Cantina, Pizzaface, The Woods, Pitch (Masterchef winner Kenny Tutt’s restaurant)
Cool bars
Grizzly Bear, Coast, Beer No Evil, The Old Bike Store
Cozy cafés
South by West for artisan coffee and real bread, The Old Bakehouse for homemade cakes, Small Batch, Malt
Retail therapy
Brighton Lanes, Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth
Bit of culture
Connaught Theatre, The Dome (Grade II listed Edwardian cinema), many shows and concerts in Brighton too.
Walks in the park
Tarring Park, the seafront promenade, Highdown Gardens
Spot of exercise
Tennis courts, cycle paths (seafront promenade, Southdowns Way), Splashpoint swimming pool
Day tripping
Arundel, Brighton, Chichester, Portsmouth, London

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