Thinking about moving to Pulborough?
Pulborough is a large village or small town, located almost centrally within West Sussex. It is at the junction of the north-south A29 and the east-west (A283) roads, and on the boundary of the South Downs National Park.
Historically, it was a fording place over the River Arun used by the Romans. The Saxons bridged the River Arun here and at nearby Stopham, north of it joining with the River Rother.
The village benefits from selection of supermarkets, local shops, a health centre, and primary school. It is served by Pulborough railway station, connecting commuters to London and the coast.
One of the main attractions near Pulborough is the RSPB Pulborough Brooks Nature Reserve , a mixed habitat of farmland and water-meadows. It provides a wonderful backdrop to the village providing a visitor centre with café and children's play area, and plenty of hides and observation areas. Pulborough is also home to the South Downs Light Railway with its steam and diesel trains, as well as an angling club, which has a number of initiatives to support the local young community.
Earliest records suggest cricket has been played in Pulborough since 1799. Now based at the Recreation Ground, Pulborough Cricket Club boasts numerous Senior and Junior teams. In 2008, the Club launched a junior girls team, thereby continuing the club's ongoing progressive and ambitious plans.
If you are looking to move to Pulborough, then we would love to hear from you!
Our Valuation Consultant for Pulborough is Stuart Maxwell, who brings with him over 40 years of experience in the industry, as well as in-depth knowledge of the local area.
We interviewed Stuart to find a more about his experience in the property industry and the local area.
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