Our longest running office in the heart of Broadwater is ideally placed for property owners and buyers to drop in. If you’re passing, why not drop in for a coffee?
As one of the longest running estate agents in Broadwater we are sure that our extensive local knowledge and depth of experience is exactly what you need to make sure that your property transaction goes as smoothly as possible.
Leanne went out of her way to find us a lovely new home, was a pleasure to deal with and comes across as a lovely, genuine & caring person! Ditto for Laura as well. THANK YOU! Hope to see you when we are in our new home!
Having experienced poor service last year from another agent it has been a pleasure to receive the professional competence, courtesy and friendly attitude from you throughout our negotiations. We have been especially happy with your communications in keeping us up to date at all times as the events and changes continued. Thank you for all your help.
Jacobs Steel Estate Agents in Broadwater
Broadwater Village is a neighbourhood within Worthing. Located to the southern side of the South Downs and approximately 1.5 miles inland from the coast line and Worthing town centre. The neighbourhood includes Offington Manor, Thomas A Becket and Tarring Village.
Popular with families of all ages, the village offers an array of shops and restaurants including a local butchers, post office, traditional sweet shop and a family run Indian restaurant. The many bus stops can take you as far as Brighton or closer to home at a Worthing seafront café. With two local stations within easy reach, many commuters to London and Surrey find Broadwater the perfect place to live to get away from the city life.
The many local schools continue the popularity with families, including Broadwater Manor, Broadwater C of E and Thomas a Becket middle and first school. In 2014 Broadwater has taken home to the relocated Worthing sixth form college and joining Northbrook college, which is known for being the 4th in the country and top in Sussex for student success rate. In 2015 the education programme for Broadwater continued to grow with the development of Bohunt secondary school.
The centre of the community is Broadwater Green which is home to some of Sussex best played cricket. However the best use of the Green has got to be Broadwaters famous carnival and Fire station open day, held in once a year in July. This large green is also used for a monthly car boot sale and other fundraising events.
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