Looking for a new home in Selsey?
This small town on the West Sussex coast is a charming location for a new home, within easy reach of Portsmouth, Chichester and Bognor Regis.
With a new build home in Selsey, you’ll benefit from energy-efficient features and the latest building technology, alongside a desirable coastal setting and a range of local amenities. Perched on a peninsular overlooking the Solent and the English Channel, Selsey is surrounded by beaches and coastal scenery. It’s also just 20 minutes from bustling Chichester, close to the beaches of East Wittering and Bognor Regis, and within commuting distance of vibrant Portsmouth.
Whether you’re looking for a family home or planning to downsize, a new build home in Selsey offers a fantastic way of life and all the convenience of a modern home.
New Homes in Selsey
Living in Selsey
Local amenities in Selsey
Selsey has plenty of local shops and places to eat out. It’s also got a national supermarket for all those extras. As it only takes 20 minutes to drive into Chichester, you’ll be able to make the most of all the shops there, both high street and independent. It’s a lovely place for a browse and a coffee. For school-age children, there are two primary schools and a secondary school which contribute to the family-friendly atmosphere of the town.
Living by the sea
Living here is very much about the water – being next to it or on it! Chichester Harbour is famous for its sailing community and is also an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Selsey has its own beaches but just a short distance away you’ve got Bracklesham Bay and the sandy beach at East Wittering. In the other direction, Pagham and Aldwick beaches lead the way to the resort of Bognor Regis.
Travel from Selsey
The A27/M27 is a busy but essential route through West Sussex and Hampshire for both Portsmouth and Southampton. As an alternative to driving, you can get a train from Chichester Station. Services connect you with Brighton and London Victoria as well as to Portsmouth and Southampton. It takes just an hour and a half to get up to London by train.