These are the 10 most expensive West Sussex towns and villages to buy a home

Getting on the property ladder is tricky at the best of times, but it makes it even harder if your home town is so expensive that you are effectively priced out of the area.

Monday, 14th January 2019, 11:25 am
Updated Wednesday, 16th January 2019, 7:35 pm
West Sussex

Here we look at the ten ‘highest value towns’ in West Sussex according to research by the property website Zoopla. The Zed-Index is the average property value in a given area based on current Zoopla Estimates. Find out here the ten most expensive postcodes in East Sussex

Petworth has been named as the most expensive town in West Sussex, with Zoopla giving it an estimated Zed-Index of £684,622 pounds
Pulborough, a large village on the River Arun, has been named as the second most expensive town, with an estimated Zed-Index of £560,284
In third place, Henfield - one of three villages in the Horsham district on this list - has an estimated Zed-Index of £548,256 pounds
Historic Billingshurst has an estimated Zed-Index of £542,891 pounds, placing it in fourth place
Popular with commuters thanks to the Brighton to London railway line, the estimaed Zed-Index is £542,241 pounds
At number six, this historic market town has an estimated Zed-Index of £516,471 pounds
Another popular town for commuters, Haywards Heath has an estimated Zed-Index of £481,277 pounds
The picturesque town of Arundel comes in at number eight, with an estimated Zed-Index of £448,260 pounds
Horsham, which is running the Horsham District Year of Culture throughout 2019, has an estimated Zed-Index of £447,112 pounds
East Grinstead (pictured here at Christmas) has an estimated Zed-Index of £446,936 pounds