Worthing is where it all started for us in 1991 when we opened our first office on Chatsworth Road. Fast forward almost 26 years and we opened the doors to our new flagship head office in the heart of Worthing town centre on Chapel Road in January 2017 which houses our residential sales, lettings, new homes, land & development, commercial and property management teams over three floors. We consider ourselves very lucky to still be operating in a town centre that we are so passionate about and our recent move demonstrates our commitment to the Worthing community and our clients’ feedback of wanting to see all of our services under one roof.
Worthing is the largest town in West Sussex nestled between an award winning beach and the glorious South Downs National Park. It is a vibrant town with lots to offer in the way of shopping, dining and entertainment whilst still retaining its classic seaside town charm. Worthing has five miles of palm tree lined promenade which has been through a period of regeneration and the superb art deco pier which offers amusements and seaside cafés to relax and enjoy the view.
The town centre offers a wide range of shops including all the favourite high street brands, department stores, boutiques and independent retailers. Once you have worked up an appetite, you can eat at one of Worthing’s many cafes and restaurants where you will find a wide selection of food from the freshest fish of the daily catch on the beach to a variety of world foods.
Worthing’s three theatres and the Dome cinema offer a wide selection of entertainment to suit everyone and the award winning Splashpoint pool complex offers lots of fun for the whole family. If it’s adrenaline that you want, there is a massive range of watersports available but if you prefer a more sedate activity, you can explore the surrounding towns and countryside on foot or by bike, whatever your ability.
Max enjoys eating at FOOD Restaurant which is a real dining experience with the restaurant situated in a vast central atrium overlooked by split-level balconies. As well as the high quality food, diners can also enjoy the daily live jazz music. Crescent Road Café also provides a great place to meet friends for lunch or as a more intimate restaurant in the evening.
For evening drinks, Max’s top choices would be the Slug & Lettuce opposite our main Worthing branch, The Libertine (if you like gin!) or The Hare and Hounds which is a traditional ale house in the heart of the town centre offering locally sourced home cooked food. The Wandering Goose, The Rocking Horse and The Beach House all have a great atmosphere too.
Worthing (0.5 miles)
East Worthing (0.9 miles)
West Worthing (1.1 miles)
Durrington-on-Sea (1.8 miles)
London Gatwick Airport (25.5 miles)
Southampton Airport (44.3 miles)
London Heathrow Airport (45.8 miles)
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