Award-winning housebuilder Crest Nicholson’s sought-after Woodside development has proved a huge success with all but one of the properties sold already. Interest in the homes has been incredibly high due to its excellent transport links for commuters and the beautiful countryside surrounding the development. It has been particularly popular with those looking to get on to the property ladder through initiatives such as Help to Buy.

With only one plot remaining, Woodside is a beautiful collection of new homes located near green open spaces and woodland in the sought after area of Haywards Heath in West Sussex. The remaining home is available with Help to Buy, aiding the affordability of your dream property. 

The remaining plot, the Henmead, is a striking three storey, three-bedroom home. The ground floor features as large living room with French doors leading out onto the garden, and an open plan kitchen/dining room. The first floor is home to a study, two large bedrooms and a family bathroom, whilst the pièce de résistance of the Henmead is the second floor. With a large main bedroom expanding across the width of the house, an impressive dressing area, en-suite and additional substantial storage, this house will meet all your family’s needs.

Woodside is well connected via both road and rail, and for commuters the luxury development is just a 43-minute train ride to London. Close to the High Weald, Ashdown Forest and the South Downs, the site offers all the benefits of rural living whilst still being in touch with the buzz of the city. 

Christine Tiernan, Sales and Marketing Director, Crest Nicholson, added: “Woodside really is a dream spot for buyers looking for a beautiful family home in a fantastic location. There is a continuously high demand in the Haywards Heath area for new family homes so we’re happy to continue to add to this growing community.”

The remaining plot at Woodside is available at £394,950. For further information visit the marketing suite, open Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10am to 5pm and 7pm on Thursday, or