Property for sale and to let in Arundel
Tod Anstee has a wide range of properties available to buy or let in Arundel and the surrounding areas. If you would like to speak to one of our property agents, call Tod Anstee today on 01243 523723.
Living in Arundel
Arundel is steeped in history going back a thousand years but has always kept pace with modern trends as reflected in the numerous shops, art galleries and restaurants. Dominated by the castle backdrop, home to the Duke of Norfolk, Arundel combines a magnificent heritage with a vibrant arts scene all less than 50 miles from South West London.
Arundel's friendly and active population of around 4000 residents ensure plenty of support for the trendy independent shops through the "Shop Local" scheme ensuring there are no high street chains leeching the personality of the town. Events like the Arundel Festival in August and Arundel by Candlelight in December capture the warm spirit of the local community and attract visitors from miles around. With the relatively small population congregating in some of Arundel's oldest pubs like the King's Arms (circa 1625), the town centre has a village like feel, in spite of the many tourists who flock to see the Castle and magnificent Catholic cathedral.
What to do in and around Arundel
If the castle, cathedral and shops aren't your cup of tea, the River Arun runs through the centre of Arundel and provides a home to the Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre. Daily cruises and boat trips on the second fastest flowing river in the country run from the centre of town by the River Arun Ferry. Or for those keen to keep fit while sightseeing, either walk or take your bike and explore the lovely Downland areas to the north of Arundel taking in the picturesque village of Amberley.
Property in Arundel
The river and wetlands area are thought to have saved Arundel from any large-scale housing development which has taken place in neighbouring towns. The historic town centre which dates from the 11th century, when it was an important international port and market town, is crammed with superb examples of Georgian and Victorian housing especially Maltravers Street at the top of the hill, which is home to Arundel's grandest houses. The steady stream of Londoners making the move to West Sussex ensures that property prices remain buoyant although Arundel suffers from the same shortage of properties relative to demand as felt elsewhere along the South Coast.
Property Management in Arundel
Tod Anstee has a long connection with the Arundel property market due to Associate Director, Ros Healey's experience co-managing the successful Cluttons office in the town before moving to Tod Anstee in Chichester. The diversity of the properties Tod Anstee manages reflects the excellent range of properties to rent in Arundel. From a studio flat on Maltravers St to a Mews House on St. Mary's Gate and a three-bedroom family home to rent in Nineveh Shipyard, Tod Anstee offers all levels of property management to landlords in Arundel. For expert advice on letting your property in Arundel, please call our team on 01243 523723 or contact us online.
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