Chichester is the heart of West Sussex, a historic cathedral town that offers visitors everything they are looking for in the city, country and coast. If you are thinking about moving to Chichester, here is some useful information.
Things to do – The list of things to do in this charming city are never ending. If you are interested in nature then you can enjoy walks across the downs, the seaside, harbours or gardens. If you are more interested in the history then days can be spend walking the old city walls, visiting the cathedral, and exploring the Georgian streets, museums and architecture. If art is of interest to you then there are a number of impressive art galleries including Pallant House.
Transport – Chichester is not made for cars, as much of the centre is pedestrianised. Trains are the best option for visiting other close by cities such as London, Brighton and Portsmouth as they are regular and quick.
Shops – There are a number of small, locally-run shops as well as high street stores. For home owners there are lots of interior design shops and kitchens Chichester to suit all tastes. Second hand bookshops and vintage clothing stores are also popular along the cobbled streets.
Schools – There are a large number of good primary schools and several secondary schools.
Properties – Chichester has properties on offer to suit every budget. For those with a larger budget there are period detached homes at the harbour and Georgian town houses. Mid-range budgets can get a suburban detached, semi detached or cottage. With a small budget one can get a terrace home or flat.