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We are delighted to announce that Curtis & Son Estate Agents in Findon have been incorporated into the broader Michael Jones and Company operation and will trade as ‘Michael Jones & Curtis’. As of 30th May 2019 the office will be led by Senior Branch Manager, Peter Hassell and former Curtis & Son Branch Manager, Barry Parker will be staying in the newly merged business. For full details on the merger, please read our blog.

Our Findon team love working in an area of outstanding natural beauty which is steeped in history and the local village feel means that we enjoy a close knit community. We have a broad local knowledge of all the areas that we cover which includes Findon Village, Findon Valley, High Salvington and the surrounding areas, including Nepcote.

156 Findon Road, Findon Valley, Worthing, West Sussex, BN14 0EL

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

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Meet the Findon team

Peter Hassell
Senior Branch Manager
01903 872949

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Barry Parker
Manager
01903 264 161

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Rachel Goff
Senior Negotiator
01903 872 949

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Darren Belchamber
Senior Negotiator
01903 872 949

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Beverley Baker
Branch Secretary
01903 872 949

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Peter's local recommendation

Peter

Senior Branch Manager

Peter, his wife, children and their very boisterous cockapoo enjoy Findon and the surrounding areas and make the very most of having beautiful Downland countryside on the doorstep.  After a walk on The Gallops and up to Cissbury Ring, the whole family enjoys a lovely Sunday lunch. The four pubs in the village, The Gun, The Village House, the Black Horse and the Snooty Fox all offer wonderful food and a great selection of ales and gins amongst other beverages.  The Findon Manor Hotel is in a beautiful and picturesque setting and is a favourite for weddings.  The restaurant is of a great standard too.

High Salvington boasts a stunning working Windmill that you can visit on the open day once a month during the summer.  There are also lovely walks across the Downland National Park just a stone’s throw away.

About Findon

Findon is a charming Downland village in the Arun district of West Sussex situated four miles north of Worthing. It lies between two hills, Cissbury with its Iron Age hill fort to the east and Church Hill to the West.

The popular residential area of Findon Valley lies to the south of Findon Village and enjoys a bustling shopping parade with a good selection of well supported shops as well as a nearby doctor’s surgery, library, churches and vets. The Gallops, is a large public open space with playground and there are many lovely walks and bridle paths within our area with the added pleasure of spectacular Downland views.

High Salvington is also a prime residential area and has a landmark windmill which has been restored to working condition over the last 30 years which is open to the public. Findon also includes the hamlet of Nepcote which is the venue for the annual Findon Sheep Fair in September, an event which dates from the 1780’s.

There is a parish church in Findon Village and St John the Baptist school which is a small primary school situated on School Hill with a Good Ofsted rating.

If you enjoy good food and a wide selection of wines and ales, there are four public houses (The Gun Inn, The Black Horse, The Village House and The Snooty Fox) all located in the High Street where you will receive a warm welcome.

There is a very strong sense of community within the village and it boasts many annual events, including a fireworks display and May Day celebrations.

Travel Information

West Worthing (2.1 miles)

Durrington-on-Sea (2.3 miles)

Worthing (2.3 miles)

Goring-by-Sea (2.7 miles)

London Gatwick Airport (23.5 miles)

Southampton Airport (42.6 miles)

London Heathrow Airport (43.1 miles)

156 Findon Road,
Findon Valley,
Worthing,
West Sussex,
BN14 0EL

01903 872 949

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