New Homes in West Sussex
Sitting on the coast of , West Sussex borders , and , as well as the English Channel. Also meeting to the north east, you can choose between places such as , and when you’re deciding on new homes in West Sussex.
From Chichester Harbour to the South Downs, and stunning spots like Devil’s Dyke, local attractions include Goodwood House, Southwater Country Park, the large hill fort of Cissbury Ring and sandy beaches like West Wittering Beach. Hike across Blackdown and cycle or run along the 37-mile Downs Link, when you pick from our developments in West Sussex below.
Live the West Sussex life
Whether you want to live on the coast, inland on the edge of the beautiful South Downs or up in the north east of the county close to London, West Sussex is full of ways to enhance your lifestyle. And we can enhance your move too, with offers such as our stress-free Part Exchange scheme, where we could act as a guaranteed buyer for your existing home and you won’t pay any estate agent fees.
Things to see and do in West Sussex
This is the perfect place to be if you love spending time outdoors. The seaside towns along the south coast provide plenty of sunny days at the beach, while the South Downs National Park is a walker’s paradise with more than 600 square miles to explore.
From Devil’s Dyke to Tilgate Park, Kingley Vale National Nature Reserve and the Cissbury Ring with its spectcular views, the natural attractions keep on coming. With castles, museums, galleries and National Trust properties to explore too, you’ll never be stuck for ways to enjoy your spare time.
If being close to London is important to you, then Turners Hill CofE Primary School in Crawley is an outstanding option according to Ofsted. If you’d rather be by the seaside then Shoreham’s St Peter’s Catholic Primary School is a good choice, while if you have your sights set on Chichester then Aldingbourne Primary and Jessie Younghusband School are both good options.
For older children in Chichester, the St Philip Howard Catholic High School and Bishop Luffa School are both rated as outstanding by Ofsted, while if you’re in Crawley, being in the Turners Hill catchment area means your children could attend the similarly outstanding Worth School.
West Sussex transport links
The M23 is the only motorway which runs through West Sussex, starting just south of Crawley and heading north towards London 30 miles away. The A27 passes through the south of the county to link up coastal spots like Bognor Regis and Worthing, as well as Brighton just over the border in East Sussex. Local train and bus networks are prevalent, while Gatwick Airport can be found between Crawley and Horley.
The West Sussex property scene
West Sussex offers homes to suit lots of different tastes and budgets, whether you’re looking for a smart 2 bedroom apartment off Rocky Lane on the outskirts of Haywards Heath, or a large 5 bed detached house around the corner.
From peaceful 3 and 4 bedroom family homes in rural Hassocks to comfortable living in Storrington just a short drive from the south coast, don’t miss our offers such as our Movemaker scheme and Help to Buy to breathe even more life into your new home.
Help to Buy West Sussex
In West Sussex you can take advantage of Help to Buy South East if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy South East page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.