paragraphLet Us take your property to the London market.There are thousands of reasons why Londoners are looking to move out of town - excellent schools, quality of life, more space and value for money.
Your property and location may be just what they are looking for. Some of those moving away from London will be looking to buy immediately while many others prefer to 'try before you buy' and rent first before they settle for good.
We are making the most of our extensive network of 33 London branches by offering to take your property right to the doorsteps of active buyers and tenants in the Capital as part of The Roadshow on Saturday 8th October.
To ensure your property is showcased at this exclusive event, contact us today.
The deadline for inclusion is 1st October 2016
paragraphAbout Hamptons InternationalWith over 140 years experience in selling and letting property, Hamptons International has a network of over 85 branches across the country and internationally, marketing a huge variety of properties from compact flats to grand country estates. We're national estate agents, with local offices. We know our local areas as well as any local agent. But our network means we can market your property to a much greater number of the right sort of buyers or tenants.
Situated close to the South Downs and the South Coast, the Cathedral City is a popular location for all ages. There is a host of cultural and leisure pursuits including the renowned Festival Theatre, Pallant House Gallery and the famous Goodwood Estate which has a golf and leisure club along with horse racing and motor events.
There are a number of sailing villages including Itchenor and Bosham along with Chichester Harbour. There is also a good selection of state and independent schools within the City and surrounding areas. The mainline station has services along the coast and direct to London Victoria via Gatwick airport.
Chichester is a cathedral city found in West Sussex - the centrepiece of the city is the fantastic 11th Century Chichester cathedral. Aside from the cathedral, other attractions in the city include the Chichester Festival Theatre - the scene of many top plays and shows over the years. It's home to the famous Goodwood circuit - a real favourite with motor racing fans.
Chichester isn't just a historic city; it's also a very well connected city. The close proximity to the south coast means that it's easy to escape for long weekends of sunshine during the summertime. It's also close to London too - a truly global city that's home to countless businesses and employment opportunities. It comes as little surprise that those living in Chichester can benefit from the best of both worlds: The city and the seaside!
Transport links are strong: It's possible to get to London's two major airports quick - you can get to Gatwick in a little over an hour by road, and you can travel to Heathrow in just short of two hours by road. Chichester also benefits from the fact it's in relatively close proximity to the likes of Luton and Stansted airport too. As well as having strong aviation links spanning Europe and the rest of the world, Chichester is well connected by bus and train too.
Chichester quite literally has everything - from its favourable location near the south coast you can travel to London in just an hour or so - it's the ideal place for commuters and families to live.