Broadwater Estate Agents

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Broadwater is a great place to live as it is conveniently located at the foot of the Southdowns National Park within a mile of Worthing town centre but still maintains its parish feel. Our estate agents office is conveniently situated on the main parade of shops and our team know the surrounding area like the back of their hands. If you are new to the area, we can provide you with everything you need to know about local schools and transport links, and help you to choose a part of the area that will best suit your needs.

29 Broadwater Street West, Worthing, West Sussex, BN14 9BT

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 8.45am – 6pm, Saturday: 9am – 4pm

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Meet the Broadwater team

Joe Bailey
Branch Manager
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Sarah Albertyn
Negotiator
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Paul Jackson
Senior Negotiator
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Mark Durrant
Sales Negotiator
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Joe's local recommendation

Joe

Branch Manager

On his days off, Joe enjoys relaxing in one of the coffee shops in Broadwater Street West and in the summer months can regularly be found at the local events taking place on Broadwater Green at weekends.  For an evening meal he would recommend Noori’s Indian Restaurant or a take away from Beaumont Fish and Chips or why not try some home cooked food and a pint at either The Cricketers or Ye Old House At Home which are both friendly traditional pubs and are conveniently located close to the Broadwater branch!

About Broadwater

Once a parish in its own right, Broadwater was incorporated into the Worthing Borough in 1902 which was then only a fishing hamlet. It borders Tarring to the West, Sompting to the East and East Worthing to the South East.

Broadwater is centred around Broadwater Green which is home to the oldest cricket club in Worthing who have been playing on the green since 1771. Many events are held on the green throughout the year including the Broadwater Festival in July and the annual Summer fair. It is also used during the year for various events and activities.

The main Broadwater parade has a wide variety of shops and facilities, including a supermarket, florist, hairdressers, pharmacy and its own post office. There are two pubs, The Cricketers and The Broadwater and numerous cafes and places to eat including a large Starbucks at the top of the high street.

Broadwater also has a number of local schools including Bramber Primary School and Bohunt Secondary School which opened in 2015, both with excellent reputations.

Travel Information

Worthing (0.7 miles)

East Worthing (1.0 miles)

West Worthing (1.1 miles)

Durrington-on-Sea (1.8 miles)

London Gatwick Airport (24.5 miles)

Southampton Airport (43.9 miles)

London Heathrow Airport (44.6 miles)

29 Broadwater Street West,
Worthing,
West Sussex,
BN14 9BT

01903 215 222

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