New Homes in Haywards Heath

Due to its fantastic West Sussex location, Haywards Heath has long been a favourite with commuters working in London or Brighton, as well as those based at Gatwick Airport.

Residents of Haywards Heath have access to all the essential amenities close by, while the town boasts a welcoming community feel, with plenty to see and do in the local area. You can head for a day out on the south coast, explore the best of the great outdoors or relax in a local park. You’ll always find something for every family member to do close to your new home in Haywards Heath.

Things to see and do

For families moving to the area, there are many child-friendly activities in and around Haywards Heath to occupy your time. These include the Lindfield Spy Mission Trail, Tulleys Farm, Washbrooks Family Farm, Waterlea Adventure Playground, and Beech Hurst Gardens Miniature Railway.

The location of Haywards Heath means days can be spent enjoying all the West Sussex countryside has to offer. This includes Ashdown Forest, the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Scrase Valley Nature Reserve, the Western Road Nature Walk, and many walking tracks traversing through the country villages in the local area.

With Brighton just a half-an-hours’ drive away, Newhaven close by and Eastbourne under an hour away, residents of Haywards Heath can visit the best of the south coast beaches including Seaford Bay, Birling Gap, and both Brighton and Eastbourne beach. Brighton also promises days out at the pier and Brighton Sea Life Centre, as well as independent shopping and eating.

Education

If you’re investigating the suitability of Haywards Heath for your young family, you’ll be pleased to know there are a number of good schools in the area. Primary schools include Warden Park Primary Academy, Harlands Primary School, St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, and Bolnore Village Primary School. Oathall Community College caters for secondary education.

The University of Brighton is nearby and, with London on your doorstep, all the capital’s universities and higher education establishments are just a short commute away.

Getting to Haywards Heath

Haywards Heath has fantastic transport links by either road or rail. The town’s railway station has recently been upgraded and is located on the Brighton to London main line. The trip to Brighton will take just 20 minutes, while various stations in the capital including Victoria, Blackfriars and St. Pancras are around an hour away.

One of the biggest benefits of Haywards Heath’s location is how close it is to Gatwick Airport. On the train, it’s just one stop with a journey time of 20 minutes and, if you’re planning on taking a taxi, it’s just a 15-minute drive.

The A272 serves the town, connecting to the A23 which will see you in Brighton in half an hour or London in an hour and a half.

Wychwood Park-DWH
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Wychwood Park-DWH

Rocky Lane, Haywards Heath, HAYWARDS HEATH, WEST SUSSEX, RH16 4RW

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Heathwood Park

Heathwood Park

Langmore Lane, Lindfield, HAYWARDS HEATH, WEST SUSSEX, RH16 2BD

  • 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £489,995 to £799,995
Cane Hill Park

Cane Hill Park

Brighton Road, Coulsdon, COULSDON, GREATER LONDON, CR5 3YL

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £587,995 to £689,995
Rosewood Park

Rosewood Park

Barnhorn Road, Bexhill-On-Sea, BEXHILL-ON-SEA, EAST SUSSEX, TN39 4QQ

  • 1, 2 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £172,995 to £444,995
New Mill Quarter

New Mill Quarter

Hackbridge Road, Wallington, WALLINGTON, Greater London, SM6 7AX

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £549,995 to £599,995
The Furlongs, Westergate

The Furlongs, Westergate

Hook Lane, Aldingbourne, CHICHESTER, WEST SUSSEX, PO20 3TE

  • 2, 3 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £274,000 to £630,000
Madgwick Park
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Madgwick Park

Madgwick Lane, Westhampnett, CHICHESTER, WEST SUSSEX, PO18 0PR

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Dickens Gate
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Dickens Gate

Marden Road, Staplehurst, TONBRIDGE, KENT, TN12 0PD

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