ESTATE AGENTS IN MIDHURST
A superb base for exploring a wealth of historic buildings, gardens and museums, Midhurst is a beautiful town located at the western end of the Sussex Weald. This town has plenty to see and do and letting agents in Midhurst state that it’s a great spot for families and retirees alike for this reason. Midhurst has wide streets with a great selection of independent stores, striking buildings and a rich history. The town has a number of great restaurants and pubs, as well as access to open spaces and countryside attractions. It’s Cowdray Estate is also the site for polo’s Veuve Cliquot Gold Cup each year. Contact our team today for more details.
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One of the wonderful aspects of Midhurst is its great array of countryside surrounding the town, and estate agents in Midhurst say that this is one of the reasons for the area’s popularity with home buyers. The Rother Valley and nearby South Downs offer great opportunities for walkers or cyclists to get out into the countryside, while the coast is just a short 30-minute drive away for sailing enthusiasts and those keen to take part in watersports.
Shopping and Entertainment
Locals to Midhurst are spoiled for choice when it comes to shops, restaurants and bars. West Street, Red Lion Street and Knockhundred Row are packed with independent retailers and offer a great array of shops to cater to a host of different interests. You will find a great range of al fresco eating options in the Market Square, as well as spots for cream teas in medieval surroundings, and culinary options from Spanish tapas to classic fine dining and everything in between.
Midhurst has a non-league football team, the Midhurst and Easebourne Football Club, which has a ground at Dodsley Road in Easebourne. There are also several youth football teams hosted by this club. The Midhurst Sports Association also holds leases for the Midhurst cricket, rugby and stoolball clubs held at the Midhurst Sports Ground.
Festivals and Events
In addition to the Veuve Cliquot Gold Cup, Midhurst has a great selection of festivals and events throughout the year. From the Contemporary Craft Show to the popular MADhurst festival that celebrates creativity with a selection of performances and art to enjoy over the course of the week-long event.
With a rich heritage, Midhurst has a host of great historic sites to explore. St Ann’s Hill was the site of Midhurst Castle until the middle ages and the ruins of this building can still be found overlooking River Rother. There is also the Walled Garden at Cowdray and the ruins of Cowdray House, as well as several churches dating back to the 1800s. The National Trust has several sites in this area, including the Uppark Georgian mansion. The Grade II-listed Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene and St Denis is also well worth exploring.
Midhurst Rother College is the town’s secondary school – there is also the Church of England Primary School situated on Ashfield Road. Midhurst also has several private schools including Ditcham Park School and Churchers College.
Midhurst has in the past made the lists of top places to live in West Sussex, due to its relaxed atmosphere, historic buildings and the South Downs on your doorstep. Properties in Midhurst range from Grade II-listed buildings and cottages to modern developments and premium family homes. There is a mix of medieval, Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian architecture to be found around the town, as well as contemporary buildings such as the Foxfield Grove development located close to regular markets and eateries.
If you would like to learn more about the range of properties we have on offer, please get in contact with our friendly team today. Call us on 02392 295046 or email us at email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.