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Quiet Waters

1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom properties
Roundstone Lane, Worthing, West Sussex

 
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Enjoy the West Sussex Countryside and Luxury Living in Angmering with a choice of 30, 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 3 & 4 bedroom houses, offering open plan living ideal for entertaining friends and family.

Perfectly positioned to enjoy everything this picturesque area of West Sussex has to offer, 'Quiet Waters' is a luxury development conveniently located within just 1 mile from Angmering train station. The centre of the village is just minutes away via car and you can be on the seafront in just over a mile, or head north and explore the South Downs National Park. The pretty village offers shops for your everyday needs, pubs, restaurants and schools.

For sporting activities, head to Lanes Health Club in Rustington, Ham Manor Golf Club or West Worthing Tennis Club.

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APPROX TRAIN TIMES FROM ANGMERING;
Brighton 35 mins
London Bridge 93 mins
Chichester 20 mins
Arundel 36 mins
Littlehampton 12 mins
Southampton 1hr13 mins

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