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Offering an exceptional collection of homes in an enviable setting, Elysian Fields at Wickhurst Green perfectly complements the picturesque landscape it’s surrounded by. Each home has been designed using influence from established local architecture, creating beautiful living spaces tailored to the needs of modern lifestyles. Nestled within attractive tree-lined avenues, extensive planting, and mature trees, Elysian Fields is the final phase of exceptional homes at Broadbridge Heath created by Countryside – a community for the future, built on traditional values that offers an outstanding quality of life.
Countryside’s long-standing reputation for design excellence ensures each home at Elysian Fields offers the perfect balance of classic and contemporary, with elegant interiors and a superb quality specification. Located in desirable Broadbridge Heath, and close to Horsham with an abundance of amenities nearby, Elysian Fields is the perfect place for you and your family to grow.
Broadbridge Heath is ideally located just 1 mile from the market town of Horsham. The Horsham District is centrally located in the beautiful South downland and Weald landscape of the South East. It is just one hour by train from London and 40 minutes by car to the coast. It benefits from the charms of a village location whilst taking advantage of the more mainstream amenities on its doorstep from the surrounding towns. The village itself is perfect for your everyday needs.
A post office, supermarket, hairdressers and pub to name but a few are within the area as well as a large leisure centre for those wishing to keep fit or have a kick about on the football pitch. The local cricket ground or indoor bowls centre are also on hand if football is not your thing and the local social club showcases many social events. There is also a large Tesco supermarket is on the doorstep.
Elysian Fields at Wickhurst Green benefits from fantastic connections by road, rail and bus. Broadbridge Heath is situated just off the A24 providing direct easy access for commuting north into London and south to Worthing. 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.
Regular bus routes operate into Horsham providing connections to the surrounding villages and towns. A bus service and bus stops are proposed to serve the development connecting to Horsham town centre and railway station. Gatwick Airport is just 16 miles to the north of Broadbridge Heath and can be reached by car in under 30 minutes. Heathrow Airport is 40 miles away but still commutable within the hour.
Sources: National Rail and Google Maps
There are a number of exceptional schools that provide excellent education options. The local primary school provides mainstream education for boys and girls aged between 4 and 11, and there are secondary schools and colleges in neighbouring Horsham.
Horsham is also home to Millais, one of the leading specialist all girls schools in the country, and The College of Richard Collyer, which has held the Investors In People standard for over 10 years and has been awarded “Beacon Status” by LSIS. Both establishments carry an Ofsted rating of “Outstanding”.
There are a number of other highly regarded schools in the nearby area including Tanbridge High School, Farlington School which is an independent girls’ day and boarding school for girls aged 3-18, St John’s Catholic Primary School, Hillcrest College for boys aged 11-18, and St Mary’s C of E Primary School. All of these have also been awarded an Ofsted rating of “Good” or “Outstanding”.
With a plethora of amenities nearby, you are spoilt for choice. From a range of popular high street stores in Swan Walk, 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 cafes 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.
Recycling bins to help manage waste
Composting facilities to reduce waste and help the environment
Energy efficient 'A' rated appliances where possible that use less energy and water
Cycle storage - making it convenient to leave the car at home and encouraging greener travel
Water butt in garden to recycle rain water and help conserve this precious resource
Full cavity wall insulation to reduce heat loss and keep the warmth inside
Dual flush toilets - helping to reduce water usage
Insulated flooring - providing excellent thermal insulation
Low energy lighting - uses up to 80% less electricity than standard fittings
Photovoltaic panels - uses sunlight to generate electricity
Solar heating panels - use sunlight to heat your water
Energy efficient glazing - providing superior thermal insulation and reducing heating bills
Home office provided to reduce energy used for commuting to work
High efficiency, low emission boilers
Green/brown roof - a natural habitat for wildlife, filtering pollutants and providing thermal mass
Smart meter - helping you to run your home more efficiently
Mechanical ventilation & heat recovery system - moderates temperature within the home and helping to save energy