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Sustainable homes to suit all lifestyles
Coming soon to Burgess Hill – a beautifully designed collection of two, three and four bedroom houses, with a variety of attractive exterior finishes in a classic Sussex architectural style.
Homes offer a range of layouts designed for both practical day to day living and entertaining. This includes spacious living areas with access to the rear gardens.
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As part of our commitment to creating more sustainable and energy efficient homes, all of the properties feature electric car charging points, low energy lighting and superior insulation.
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Templegate, Burgess Hill
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From the picturesque countryside and nearby historic landmarks, to excellent transport links via road, rail and air, Burgess Hill is a popular West Sussex town with a lot to offer.
There are plenty of local amenities including shops, cafés, restaurants, cinema, playgrounds and sporting facilities. For families looking for a place to settle down, Burgess Hill is an ideal choice with good schools and plenty of outside space and activities to keep children of all ages entertained. Easy access to London and Brighton ensures family days out can be planned effortlessly, with commuters also well catered for.
Perfect for those who love the outdoors
The West Sussex countryside surrounding Burgess Hill is hard to beat, with the long stretching South Downs and easy access to both the East and West Sussex coastline. The town is surrounded by swathes of green space and pockets of woodland, with footpaths and bridleways plentiful, making walking, cycling and horse riding popular pastimes.
Around the town, the Green Circle Network connects wildlife sites around Burgess Hill, allowing wildlife to flourish for the benefit of the community. It provides easy access to open spaces via traffic free routes.
An enticing local area
Ditchling Common borders the south-eastern outskirts of Burgess Hill and was once the King’s land as part of the Saxon Manor. Now a Country Park covering an area of 188 acres, it is popular with dog walkers and local fishermen who fish the lake for carp, perch and roach.
A great place to grow up
For families looking to settle down and bring up a family, Burgess Hill is a great place to be. There are several state and independent schools and two local schools for children with disabilities.
The surrounding area offers plenty of inspiration for family days out, from historic Lewes, to cosmopolitan Brighton, from the vintage steam trains of the Bluebell Railway to the stark openness of Ashdown Forest, home to the fictional children’s character Winnie the Pooh.
Great connections by road, rail and air
Our new homes are well placed for frequent trains from Burgess Hill to London Gatwick, London Victoria, London Bridge, London St Pancras International and Brighton. London Gatwick Airport is just 20 minutes by train and you can reach Brighton in less than 20 minutes from both stations.
If you travel by road, the A23 at Hickstead is under four miles away and you can head south to the coast or north to the M23 junction at Pease Pottage, which takes you directly to the M25.
A selection of two, three & four bedroom homes coming soon