New Homes in Broadbridge Heath
With Gatwick Airport nearby for business trips or holidays abroad, the centre of London is also only 35 miles from town. Whether you’re taken by the transport links, the local attractions or the employment opportunities, you can read more about this area below. You can also scroll down to see our latest developments near Horsham.
Make the Move
Café culture and beautiful scenery are just two of the benefits you can look forward to in Broadbridge Heath, a charming village located in Horsham in West Sussex.
With excellent transport links along with local shopping, dining and entertainment options, buying a new home in Broadbridge Heath offers the perks of village life with the buzz of the big city a stone’s throw away.
Things to see and do
Dig out the hiking boots and breathe in that fresh country air. Broadbridge Heath is located close to great trails and paths offering walking, cycling and hiking options.
Top picks include Nyman’s and Borde Hill, while the picturesque gardens of Leonardslee offer a colourful array of flowers and plants where you can enjoy picnics and walks among lovely surroundings.
There are plenty of superb outdoor options for families too. Green spaces for kids play in include the Village Green, Charrington Way and Findon Way.
If you love to shop, retail therapy awaits in Broadbridge Heath. A selection of markets, independent retailers and specialist shops are all available here showcasing quirky finds and one-off gifts. With lots of cafes and restaurants on offer, a stop-off for a little light refreshment is an absolute must.
The superb location of Broadbridge Heath also makes it convenient for visiting the surrounding areas and enjoying exciting days out. Brighton, for example, is only 26 miles away and reachable in 45 minutes by road.
With its hip atmosphere, chic shopping scene, beachfront vibe and iconic attractions, it’s a destination that appeals to every age. Weekend relaxation can be enjoyed at the beach which offers prime territory for a little R&R, while exploring the fascinating Lanes area with its selection of artists’ studios, antique shops and jewellery stores are also a highlight. Iconic attractions include the Brighton Wheel, Royal Pavilion and Victorian Aquariums for those wanting to delve into the destination’s history and heritage.
Broadbridge Heath is very well connected with superb transport links by road, rail and air.
Located just off the A24 and A264, surrounding areas such as Horsham are reachable in less than 10 minutes by road via the A281. Crawley is only 20 minutes away via the A264, while London is 75 minutes away on the M23.
London Gatwick is the nearest airport to Broadbridge Heath. Reachable in just 33 minutes by road, it offers a wide range of domestic and international flights across the globe.
The town’s nearest railway station is at Christ’s Hospital however Horsham train station has more frequent services to destinations around the UK. From here, London can be reached in 60 minutes, Birmingham in three hours 7 minutes, and Northampton in two hours 40 minutes.
Help to Buy Broadbridge Heath
In Broadbridge Heath you can take advantage of Help to Buy South East if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy South East page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.