A unique development being created by Countryside offering stunning new homes in the sought-after village location of Broadbridge Heath, Horsham, in West Sussex. Surrounded by some of England's most picturesque countryside just 30 miles from London and 20 miles from the beautiful Sussex coastline, Wickhurst Green really does have it all!
Wickhurst Green combines traditionally designed new homes with modern amenities in the desirable village location of Broadbridge Heath, close to Horsham. This superb collection is about more than exceptional homes in a beautiful setting. It is about embracing traditional values and using fresh inspiration to create a real community that offers an outstanding quality of life.
The homes are positioned along attractive tree-lined avenues, with extensive planting, ponds and mature oak trees creating a tranquil, picturesque environment. A network of footpaths and cycleways running throughout the development allows for easy access to beautifully landscaped green areas for recreation and swathes of open space for play, whilst establishing a traditional village-style layout.
For those wanting more of a hands on experience, you can really connect with nature with the opportunity to ‘grow your own’ in the new allotments open to the whole community.
Just two miles away, Horsham is a wonderful mix of old and new, retaining the charm and atmosphere of an historical country market town, but with a relaxed continental vibe.
From Swan Walk’s range of popular high street stores, to quirky and independent shops and boutiques nestling among the town’s attractive streets and hidden passageways, the town offers a varied shopping experience, and the bustling market still opens on Thursdays and Saturdays.
There are plenty of places to stop for sustenance. Cosmopolitan restaurants and pavement cafés spill out onto the streets, or the attractive old pubs and inns provide a taste of history. For something a little more cultural, there are several theatres, museums and galleries to choose from, including Horsham Museum and Art Gallery, surrounded by the beautiful original buildings of the Causeway.
Whether for a lakeside stroll or something more energetic, Horsham Park has it all, with tranquil landscaped gardens, tennis courts and even an orienteering course. Regular events for children along with free jazz concerts and music festivals makes this the perfect summer venue.
Wickhurst Green is ideally located, just 2 miles west from the market town of Horsham in West Sussex. The Horsham District is centrally located in the beautiful South Downs and Weald landscape of the South East. It is just one hour by train from London and 40 minutes by car to the coast.
Wickhurst Green is situated just off the A24, providing direct easy access for commuting north into London and south to Worthing.
Regular bus routes already operate into Horsham from Broadbridge Heath which then connect you to the surrounding villages and towns. A new bus service and bus stops are proposed to serve the Wickhurst Green development connecting to Horsham town centre and railway station. Horsham railway station is within a mile of the development with regular services into London Bridge and London Victoria in under an hour. Other destinations include the south coast through East and West Sussex, Surrey and parts of Kent and Hampshire.
Gatwick Airport is just 16 miles to the north of Wickhurst Green and can be reached by car in under 30 minutes. Heathrow Airport is a little further at 40 miles away but still commutable within the hour.
Broadbridge Heath and nearby Horsham provide excellent educational facilities for all ages. Shelley Primary School in Broadbridge Heath provides mainstream education for boys and girls aged between 4 and 11. Secondary schools and colleges are in neighbouring Horsham including Millais, one of the leading specialist all-girls secondary schools in the country, and The Forest School, a specialist all-boys secondary school.
Located just three miles from Wickhurst Green is Christs Hospital, one of the oldest schools in the country, established in 1552 by Edward VI. It is an independent co-educational 11-18 boarding and day school - www.christs-hospital.org.uk.
Horsham's blend of independent shops and high street brands are located in attractive streets, passageways and intriguing 'twittens' that are full of history and culture. There are several key shopping areas including Piries Place where Waitrose is located alongside many independent specialist retailers, restaurants and bars.