Alfrey Close, Southbourne, West Sussex, PO10 8ET
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About Southbourne Fields
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Price and availability correct as of 31/03/2020 at 19:37. A management fee may apply, this is plot specific. All details should be checked with the Development Sales Manager and confirmed with solicitors. Energy ratings are estimates based upon the predicted energy assessment from the SAP calculations at the design stage.
Located off Southbourne’s Main Road, Southbourne Fields is close to village amenities and well placed for travel to Portsmouth, Chichester and other south coast towns and villages. The Stagecoach Coastliner 700 service stops a few yards away, providing frequent buses to Havant and Portsmouth in the west and Chichester and Littlehampton in the east. The bus trip to Chichester takes approximately 15 minutes. Southbourne Railway Station, five minutes’ walk from the development, is on the West Coastway line, with half-hourly services in to Chichester. There are also trains to Brighton, Southampton and, around once an hour, direct to London Victoria, taking less than two hours to reach the capital.
A quarter of a mile from Southbourne Fields there is a Boots Pharmacy and a Co-op food store, open until 10pm seven days a week, that also offers Post Office services. A few yards further on, Southbourne Farm Shop sells locally produced vegetables, meat, dairy produce, preserves, artisan bread and some frozen goods, and hosts twice weekly visits from a fish-monger. The village also has a Chinese food takeaway, a Tesco Express shop, hairdressers, a traditional pub and a local library. All these facilities are within ten minutes’ walk.
Adjacent to the pharmacy there is a modern private dental practice, while Southbourne Surgery, around 350 yards further on, is a full time medical practice with a staff of seven GPs and comprehensive nursing support.
A nursery a few yards from the development offers pre-school care, and Southbourne’s Infant and Junior schools are located next to each other less than half a mile away. The village secondary, Bourne Community College, shares an open, green site with the Community Leisure Centre, where there is a well-equipped gym, a four-court sports hall, a group cycling studio and outdoor tennis courts. All three of Southbourne’s schools have been awarded ‘Good’ status by Ofsted, with the Junior School assessed as ‘Outstanding’ for pupil behaviour and safety. The recreation ground next to the Leisure Centre includes football and cricket pitches and a children’s playground. Various groups and organisations, from Guides and Brownies to an NHS Baby Clinic, meet in the Village Hall.
Chichester’s lively, diverse cultural attractions include the celebrated Festival Theatre, award-winning Novium museum, cinemas, live music, cafés, restaurants and pubs, contrasting with the relaxing outdoor leisure opportunities around Chichester Harbour and the vast expanse of the South Downs National Park - making this a very special place to live.
When it comes to getting the details right, we're committed to quality throughout. We only work with high-quality brands, for example Symphony for kitchens, Porcelanosa for ceramic tiles and Ideal Standard for sanitary-ware.
From sleek, designer kitchens to cool, contemporary bathrooms, down to the fine details of tiles and taps, there's plenty to fire your imagination and suggest a whole range of possibilities for you to create a unique living environment.
Please note: Specification choices are dependent on build stage at the time of reservation.
What our customers have to say...
“The real attribute of Miller Homes to me is the on-going care aspect”
“Across the board every element and interaction with them has been superb.”
I was a first-time buyer, and I most certainly didn’t have any concerns buying from Miller Homes after all the reviews we read and all the contact we had in the initial sale. There were several touch points along the way, from Sales, to the Site Manager and to the construction people on site. We’ve been in around six months and people will still wander past and knock on the door to see if everything is okay, or just wave as they are passing by. That makes us feel like valued customers and that we’re a part of the community.
“It’s not a red brick development, it has contrast and character with identifying features within each variance of each house, and that makes it unique.”
They’ve given a lot of thought to each style of house and that style’s representation in the street, so it has a village feel and it’s very pleasing on the eye. We’re also close enough to all the amenities and the train station so it’s very convenient.
“Living here gives us me the opportunity to escape the hum drum of working life and have a breath of fresh air away from the office and work.”
We’re relatively new dog owners, and it’s great to be able to get out around the area with them. We’re five minutes from the sea and close to the South Downs. I get home at 19:00, and within twenty minutes I’m on the beach with our two dogs and all the trials and tribulations of the day are a distant memory.
I’d definitely recommend Miller Homes...
… Because they’ve been very easy going, understanding and accommodating. Our experience has been really good and the house buying journey with them is very positive.