David Wilson Homes - Heathwood Park, RH16

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Reserve your new home here by 31st August and WE COULD PAY YOUR STAMP DUTY. Heathwood Park offers a quality selection of 4 and 5 bedroom homes in beautiful West Sussex. AS OVER 96% OF THE HOMES ARE NOW RESERVED MAKE SURE YOU BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT TODAY. Heathwood Park combines village life with superb nearby transport links to the coast and London. Haywards Heath is nearby for all your shopping needs and the South Downs for those relaxing weekend walks. You will find a wide range of local activities for you, your family and friends to enjoy.


The town is a popular destination for eating out, with restaurants including Chinese, Indian, English, Italian, Spanish and French. The majority are on Broadway, a short walk from the station. Nearby villages like Balcombe, Cuckfield, Staplefield and Slaugham offer rustic inns and taverns.


If you have a family, then your children's future will be of paramount importance. By living in Lindfield you have access to excellent independent and state schools, so you can be confident your family will receive the very best education, to set them up for life. The Lindfield area is a hotbed of catchment schools, all within close proximity to Heathwood Park.


The Orchards shopping centre includes a Marks & Spencer and other retailers including Next, Boots and WH Smiths have branches. However, local shopping parades and independent local retailers mean the town retains a distinct identity.


Transport links are excellent: you may be in the country but you're also well connected. Haywards Heath station is on the fast London-to-Brighton rail line, with easy access to the capital in 45 minutes, and excellent links to other parts of UK. Many local people work in London while others commute to Brighton, Crawley, Croydon and Gatwick.


The town has a very popular Olympos leisure centre, which includes pools and a health club. If you're the outdoors type, the relatively hilly surroundings mean opportunities for walking and mountain biking. Football and cricket fans are well served, while tennis players are able to choose from a number of venues. Several golf courses are nearby and courses with sea views are a short drive away.


From M25 exit 7, head northeast. Keep right at the for, follow signs for M23 (S) Brighton and merge onto M23. Continue onto the A23. Take the A272 follow signs for A272 until you come to B2028/The Broadway


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