ESTATE AGENTS IN MIDDLETON ON SEA
An ancient parish sitting to the east of Bognor Regis, Middleton-on-Sea is a charming coastal village that has a relaxed ambience. This area was a popular tourist spot throughout the 1920s and is now a residential spot that offers a peaceful atmosphere for families or retirees. Estate agents in Middleton-on-Sea love this area for its beautiful seaside properties, picturesque views and community feel. Contact our team today for more details.
Find Your Place
As a coastal village, Middleton-on-Sea has a beautiful beach that is popular with dog walkers, offering beautiful views out to sea. The waters are perfect for watersport activities, from swimming and paddle-boarding to boating. There is a park in the area, known as Shrubbs Field, for cycling or running as well as offering an outdoor space for kids to play.
Shopping and Entertainment
Middleton-on-Sea has a range of local shops and boutiques to cater to every need, from hardware shops and grocery stores to gift shops and newsagents. The Beresford Arms is the area’s local pub and there are several cafés and takeaways in the heart of the village.
Middleton Sports Club dates back to the early 1920s and offers a range of sports, including cricket, hockey, bowls, squash and tennis. For enthusiasts who want to support local teams, neighbouring Bognor Regis has its own football club and hockey club, as well as two cricket clubs. Jet skiing and watersports are popular here thanks to the close proximity to the coastal waters.
Festivals and Events
While Middleton-on-Sea itself is a quieter area, it offers fantastic and convenient access to a host of events throughout the year just along the coast in Bognor Regis. From the Birdman of Bognor festival to Bognor Rox music festival and a variety of theatre, films and pantomimes at the Picturedrome Cinema, locals in this village have their pick of a packed calendar of events to enjoy.
St Nicholas Church sits in the heart of the village, which dates back to 1849 and was built on the foundations of a church built in 1086 which was previously destroyed by the sea. There are several blue plaques within a short distance of Middleton, highlighting famous figures from throughout history who have lived or worked in the area, as well as the historic Band Stand along the coast. Those with an interest in history won’t want to miss a visit to the Tangmere Aviation Museum which has a collection of memorabilia and aircrafts recreating the history of the Battle of Britain.
Families have the option of several schools in this area, including Middleton Jubilee Hall Preschool, Bishop Tuffnell Primary and Downview Primary School. Nearby, Felpham Community College is available for teenagers. The University of Chichester is less than 30 minutes from the area for families with older children ready to head to university too.
Properties in Middleton-on-Sea were predominantly built after 1921, when the village became popular with tourists. As a result, the expansive curving tree-lined streets and sweeping grass verges make for an appealing place to live and play host to a range of architectural styles. From family homes that have been converted into flats to detached bungalows and high-spec modern new builds, those looking to move to this area have their pick of a great range of properties to suit all budgets and needs. The area offers the best of both worlds – a peaceful seaside village with great connections to Bognor Regis and Brighton for access to city amenities.
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