Cornfield Way, Off Fulbeck Avenue, Worthing, West Sussex, BN13 3FY
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This exciting new development off Fulbeck Avenue, on the edge of West Durrington is close to the vibrant coastal resort of Worthing and within easy reach of the beautiful South Downs National Park making it an ideal location for country and coastal living.
It's a little over four miles from Saxons Plain to Worthing town centre which offers a great range of shops, services, leisure and sports facilities, as well as local schools and health clinics.
Saxons Plain offers a mix of quality two, three and four bedroom homes, so whatever your requirements we're confident we can meet them! Each of our homes are carefully designed to suit the needs of today's modern lifestyles so whether you're looking for your first home or you need lots of space for a growing family, Saxons Plain could be the perfect place for you!
Saxons Plain is just off the A2700, which is about one mile from the A27, the major trunk route linking the seaside towns of Eastbourne and Brighton in the east, to Worthing, Chichester, Portsmouth and the M27 to the west. The A27 also gives access to the A24 which links to the M23 and M25. Worthing railway station runs trains from nearby Goring-on-Sea, Durrington-on-Sea and Worthing to Portsmouth, Brighton, Southampton and London Victoria. For air travel Southampton Airport is 51 miles and Heathrow 65.
A trip to the shops
With a home at Saxons Plain you'll enjoy the height of convenience shopping with a Tesco Extra supermarket and other retail outlets in nearby New Road, as well as numerous leading supermarkets within the area. Durrington has a variety of local shops and Worthing combines local independent stores with leading brands such as Boots, TK Maxx, WH Smith and Monsoon. Popular Pavilion Fairs take place in the iconic Pavilion Theatre and in Montague Place the monthly outdoor market offers crafts, food and vintage goods. For further choice Brighton is just 15 miles away and boasts quirky jewellery and antiques shops in The Lanes, the central Churchill Square Shopping Centre has more than 90 stores and there's scenic waterfront shopping at Brighton Marina
Taking time out
From sand courts, crazy golf and beach hut art, to a seaside cycle route, gardens and fishing, Worthing and the surrounding Sussex countryside is ideal for water-sports, walking, or simply relaxing! Known as the kite surf capital of the UK it has rowing and sailing clubs and five miles of palm-tree lined Promenade. Its historic Pier that hosts art exhibitions and family entertainment and the Pavilion and Connaught Theatres host many productions. The River Adur offers more water-based activities and its scenic estuary is a haven for wildlife, as are the beautiful South Downs National Park, popular for walking, horse-riding, mountain-biking and paragliding. Nearby Shoreham-by-Sea is a picturesque, historic fishing town and Lancing College Chapel founded in 1868 has one of the largest stained glass windows in England, or discover nearly 1,000 years of history at the magnificent Arundel Castle.
There are a number of first and primary schools in West Durrington including the Laurels Primary School, Hawthorne's First School just one mile from Saxons Plain, while Durrington First and Middle Schools are about a mile-and-a-half. For senior pupils there is the high scoring state schools Durrington High School and Davidson High School. For higher education North Brook College has 3 local campuses and is an affiliate of Brighton University.
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