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With property prices in London increasing by 9.4% over the past year according to recent figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS)[1] and transport links outside of London improving, homebuyers are looking for more house for their money away from the capital’s property bubble. These savvy house hunters should look no further than Elysian Fields, the final phase of homes by Countryside at Wickhurst Green, near the market town of Horsham.

It’s all About Location at Elysian Fields

Set in a county where 80% of the land is rural and of that 50% is designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Elysian Fields is the final addition from the developer to the vibrant new village of Wickhurst Green, an extension of Broadbridge Heath. The homes overlook extensive planting, ponds and mature trees creating a tranquil, picturesque environment, ideally positioned less than an hour from London by train.

Andrew Loveday, Sales Director at Countryside, comments: “As property prices in London continue to increase, house hunters are looking to buy a home in commuter belt locations that offer greater value for money and a better community location, particularly if they are raising family. Surrounded by countryside and close to Horsham station which benefits from fast, direct trains into London, the new homes at Elysian Fields offer the perfect option and we advise potential purchasers to come and view the properties available, to see why the previous three phases have been so successful.”

Elysian Fields will provide a wide range of new homes from stylish two to five bedroom homes, ideal for all types of buyers; from first time buyers, growing families to downsizers. Built to Countryside’s high standards, the homes are designed with traditional exteriors to create a sympathetic extension to Broadbridge Heath village. In keeping with the local vernacular, the new homes recreate the distinctive architectural character of the surrounding towns, with classic weatherboarding, pitched roofs and gabled entranceways.

Perfect for modern living, the clean and crisp interiors of the homes offer a juxtaposition to the traditional exteriors. Open plan living spaces are fitted with contemporary kitchens offering integrated appliances, and bathrooms are all finished with white sanitaryware and chrome fixtures and fittings.

As part of Wickhurst Green, the development will offer a fantastic range of local amenities, including a village centre to serve both the new and existing village community. The centre will provide retail, commercial and childcare facilities.

Neighbouring Horsham boasts great schools in and around the area, including Shelley Primary which is rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted and is within walking distance of the development.  The secondary schools and colleges in Horsham include Tanbridge House, Forest School, The Weald and Millais Schools, some of the top in the country. Farlington is also an outstanding independent girls' day and boarding school located just outside Horsham, where 57% of all A level grades achieved were at A/A*.

Elysian Fields provides an ideal location for those who are looking to enjoy the countryside lifestyle without losing the connections to London and the continent. By road, the A24 provides direct access into London to the north and Worthing to the south.  Gatwick is only 17 miles away and Heathrow just under an hour. There are regular bus routes from Broadbridge Heath into Horsham, where frequent rail services operate from Horsham to London Victoria and London Bridge in around 55 minutes.

Prices range from £600,000 to £680,000 for a four/ five bedroom home at Elysian Fields. To register your interest, please call 01403 276700,email elysianfields@cpplc.com

[1] http://www.ons.gov.uk/economy/inflationandpriceindices/bulletins/housepriceindex/december2015

Information correct at time of publication.

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