Minerva Heights Ph 2 (3E)
Old Broyle Road
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Minerva Heights is just over a mile from the centre of Chichester, from where frequent train services run to Southampton, Brighton, Portsmouth and London Victoria, approximately an hour and a half away. The development is within the Plusbus zone, which offers various ticketing options for unlimited bus travel within the Chichester area. The five-and-a-half mile Centurion Way cycle path passes the southern edge of the site and connects with the South Coast Cycle Route for long-distance walking or cycling, and also provides a pleasant alternative route into the city centre.
A shopping precinct at Oliver Whitby Road, half a mile away, includes a Co-op food store, a convenience store and Post Office, a pharmacist, a family butcher and other services. In the city centre, the fascinating diversity of independent stores and high street names is interspersed with tearooms, coffee shops, restaurants and pubs in picturesque, partially pedestrianised streets. There are also several large stores and supermarkets, including John Lewis, Sainsbury, Aldi and Lidl, around Portfield Retail Park to the east of the city centre.
Dominated by its magnificent cathedral, Chichester sets history and heritage alongside vibrant, eclectic live entertainment. Major attractions include world-class art at the Pallant House Gallery, the Novium Museum with its Roman remains, and the celebrated Chichester Festival Theatre. A Cineworld is complemented by a small art-house cinema, and a number of pubs and small venues host music and other events.
There are several attractive parks and play areas around the city, and the Westgate Leisure Centre incorporates two swimming pools and a well-equipped gym. Opportunities for outdoor leisure are exceptional, with facilities such as Chichester Watersports with its kayaking, water skiing and inflatables Aqua Park, and Goodwood aerodrome and racecourse. For long- distance walking, Chichester Harbour Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, to the south, and the vast South Downs National Park to the north, are both within easy reach.
Jessie Younghusband Primary and Parklands Primary Schools, both around three-quarters of a mile away, are both assessed as ‘Good’ schools by Ofsted. Bishop Luffa School, a co-educational C of E secondary with Leading Edge status and judged to be ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, is also within 20 minutes’ walk. The excellent choice of health provision includes GP services at Lavant Road Surgery, which has an associated pharmacy. There are several dentists in Chichester, and St Richard’s Hospital has a 24-hour A&E department and an emergency out-of-hours dental centre.
Details added: 25/09/2021
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