Award-winning developer Crest Nicholson has only a handful of three and five bedroom houses remaining at The Beeches in Haywards Heath. The final homes located in the heart of picturesque West Sussex are available to purchase from £794,950.
The Lincoln and Napier are spacious properties set across three floors, offering five generously sized bedrooms, with the master bedroom incorporating a dressing room and en-suite. Both properties benefit from spacious living rooms and garden areas where you can relax with family and friends during the whilst the double garage provides extra storage space.
The Beeches is surrounded by ancient wooded areas including Ashenground and Reading Woods which are just waiting to be explored on foot or by bike on the many footpaths and cycle ways. The development is also within proximity to the High Weald, Ashdown Forest and the South Downs, as well as being a short drive from the Sussex countryside and the picturesque villages of Balcombe and Lindfield, providing the perfect opportunity to spend your free time in the great outdoors.
Haywards Heath is a commuter’s dream, regularly applauded as one of London’s top commuter towns. It took top spot on estate agent Leader’s list of ‘The top ten family friendly commuter towns for London workers.’
Rail travellers have a choice of three stations, within two miles of The Beeches with trains to central London taking forty-five minutes. It is also well located for road travel, with links on the A23/M23 to London, Crawley, Brighton, Gatwick and the M25.
Christine Tiernan, Sales and Marketing Director for Crest Nicholson said “The coveted location of Haywards Heath means The Beeches has been one our most successful developments since launch, so we’d urge people to visit us soon to ensure they don’t miss out on one of these exceptional homes.”
For more information, please visit the on-site Sales and Marketing Suite Open Monday – Sunday 10am – 5pm (7 pm on Thursdays), call 01444 229 781, email email@example.com or visit www.crestnicholson.com/thebeechesatrockylane.