This stunning new development of 186 one, two, three and four bedroom homes is located in the vibrant town of Haywards Heath. Plus, all of these fabulous new homes will reach Level 3 under the Code for Sustainable Homes, with special south facing pitched roofs designed to capture sunlight and get the most out of solar panels.
Just 36 miles south of London and 15 miles north of Brighton, Haywards Heath is ideal for commuting. The railway station is a major stopping point on the Brighton Main Line and direct access to major A-roads and the motorway network via the M23 makes getting out and about for business (and pleasure) really easy.
You’ll find shops and restaurants galore in the town centre. Indian, Chinese, French or English? Whatever your tastebuds, there’s a fabulous range, particularly along The Broadway. And whether you’re looking for a traditional ale in a cosy pub or a Cosmo cocktail in a trendy bar to wash your meal down with – once again you’ll be spoilt for choice. The Orchards Shopping Centre contains a great selection of high street stores, while there’s a sizeable Sainsbury’s on the site of the old cattle market.
If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the town, visit Muster Green, a beautiful conservation area with its ornamental flower beds or Borde Hill Garden, just outside the town, with over 200 acres of superb gardens. But if you prefer to keep active, there’s the Olympos Leisure Centre with its two pools, sports hall, squash courts and gym, while Victoria Park in the town centre has a children’s play area, paddling pool, tennis courts, and Xtreme Action area for BMXing, blading and boarding. It’s enough to tire you out just thinking about it.
Education in the area is excellent and there are highly rated schools for all ages. And if your little ones aren’t so little anymore, there are a number of Sixth Form Colleges in Brighton and Hove, plus the well-respected University of Sussex in Brighton, while everything London has to offer is only a train journey away.
As if Haywards Heath didn’t offer enough, go slightly further afield and you’ll discover miles of picturesque countryside and countless attractions and activities.
Over 60% of Mid Sussex is designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, from the gentle rolling High Weald in the north to the chalk escarpments of the South Downs. You’ll discover countless paths and trails to explore, and many a charming village pub to stop and recharge the batteries at – great if you’re a hiker or a mountain biker. There are a number of events held in the area each year, from International Show Jumping at Hickstead, veteran car and steam rallies, outdoor summer concerts in beautiful surroundings, country fairs and the South of England show at Ardingly.
So, if you’re looking to escape the stresses and strains of modern life, or are keen for some action, this charming corner of Sussex provides everything you need. And of course with London and Brighton both so easily accessible by road or rail, you’ll never be stumped for a great day out.
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