Property to Let in Worthing
If you are looking for a rental property that offers seaside splendour and a relaxed way of life, the town of Worthing may be the right location for you. This large, laid-back seaside town is a calmer and cheaper alternative to the rental haven of Brighton and Hove.
Learn more about finding rooms to rent in Worthing in the guide below.
Rent Flats in Worthing: A Guide
Situated at the foot of the South Downs, Worthing has a busy rental market from stylish seafront flats to larger family homes towards the outskirts of the town. Popular with both young families, working professionals and the elderly, the town has a very low crime rate in comparison to the national average.
As a place to live, it’s a more relaxed affair compared to neighbouring seaside resorts. However, the town has rather unfairly picked up a reputation as a ‘pensioner’s paradise’ in recent years, but trends suggest the town’s population is actually getting younger – in fact it’s had the sharpest decline in over-65’s in the last 20 years across the whole of the South East.
Today, the town has a number of cultural attractions, including three theatres, several art galleries as well as playing host to a number of popular festivals every year. And although Worthing hasn’t got the variety of its major neighbour, rental prices are far cheaper here in comparison with Brighton, so anybody happy to compromise a little on nightlife may be able to find a higher standard of rental property in relation to budget.
To learn more about the shape of the Worthing rental market, it's best to consult with local lettings agents including Jacobs Steel and Martin & Co.
Worthing Flats to Rent: Price Overview
Studio Flat - £405 per month
1 Bed Flat: £525 per month
2 Bed Flat: £660per month
3 Bed Flat: £740 per month
2 Bed House: £850 per month
3 Bed House: £900 per month
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