New Homes in Haywards Heath
If you want to live in a West Sussex town with a convenient location in the South East, then why not settle on one of our developments closest to Haywards Heath? Only 15 minutes from Brighton on the train and even closer to Crawley, a 40-minute journey to London makes this a great commuter town.
With Gatwick Airport nearby for your trips abroad, you can take off for the day to head to the seaside or stay closer to home at Beech Hurst Gardens and Victoria Park. Explore Bedelands Farm Nature Reserve and settle down for a meal out on the Broadway too; all with our latest developments near Haywards Heath below.
Living in Haywards Heath
Boasting superb connections and lots of local amenities and attractions to go with them, Haywards Heath is a wonderful place to live. And thanks to initiatives like the Government-backed Help to Buy South East scheme, you could get your new life in Haywards Heath off to the best possible start.
Things to see and do in Haywards Heath
Haywards Heath offers great access to both the south coast and London, opening up lots of opportunities for exciting days out, come rain or shine. If you love exploring natural spaces either on foot or your bike, the town is also within striking distance of beauty spots such as the High Weald, the Surrey Hills and the South Downs.
You won’t need to venture far from your front doorstep to enjoy a stroll through Victoria Park, or to visit Beech Hurst Park and take your little ones for a ride on the miniature railway. From Bedelands Nature Reserve and Eastern Road Nature Reserve, to the Wings Museum and Borde Hill Garden, there are so many ways for families to keep busy nearby.
Haywards Heath has a strong selection of schools for you to consider when you move. Warden Park Primary, St Joseph’s Catholic Primary and St Wilfrid’s CofE are all primaries rated as good by Ofsted, while Blackthorns Community Primary is classed as outstanding.
The nearest secondary school to the centre of town is Warden Park School. This is rated as good by Ofsted, while St Paul’s Catholic College is outstanding and caters for boys and girls in Haywards Heath aged from 11 to 18.
Transport links in Haywards Heath
The town offers good access to the A3 and M23, with Brighton less than half an hour’s drive to the south. It’s just over an hour to London in the opposite direction, while trains to the capital are only 45 minutes. This is great for commuting, while there are also non-stop services to Brighton’s Preston Park station which take just over 10 minutes. Trains to Gatwick Airport take the same amount of time, with the drive taking around 20 minutes.
The Haywards Heath property market
Thanks to its location close to London and the top commuter links that come with it, Haywards Heath has grown in size and popularity over recent years. From 1 bedroom flats to terraces with gardens, and large detached houses with plenty of room to grow, there’s a good variety of property for sale in Haywards Heath. For one, you can find beautiful 2, 3 and 4 bed new homes at our development along Rocky Lane. Wherever you decide to buy your new home with us, don’t miss latest offers like the Movemaker scheme which can save you time and money in the process.
Help to Buy Haywards Heath
In Haywards 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.