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Burgess Hill

Burgess Hill

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Located on the edge of the South Downs National Park, in West Sussex.

Burgess Hill, set in the heart of beautiful countryside, 15 minutes from Brighton and a stone’s throw from the bustling market town of Lewes.

With a recently refurbished High Street making shopping a pleasure, the town has a thriving community. The local countryside is ideal for walking and enjoys many bridleways and footpaths.

Burgess Hill

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A great place to live

Great connections by road, rail and air

Burgess Hill is an ideal location for London commuters with a train station at Wivelsfield, which is a short walk from Valeside Keep, and Burgess Hill station in the town ensuring travel to London Victoria and London Bridge are both possible in around one hour. London Gatwick Airport is just 20 minutes by train and you can reach Brighton in less than 20 minutes from both stations.

If you travel by road, the A23 at Hickstead is under four miles away and you can head South to the coast or North to the M23 junction at Pease Pottage which takes you directly to the M25.

There is so much within easy reach, from buzzing City of Brighton, to historical Lewes, to the far reaching South Downs.

If you want to stay local there is a great range of shops, cafes, restaurants and sporting facilities catering for everything from bowls to yoga. You won’t be disappointed.

Perfect for those that love the outdoors

The West Sussex countryside surrounding Burgess Hill is hard to beat with the long stretching South Downs and easy access to both the East and West Sussex coastline. The town is surrounded by swathes of green space and pockets of woodland with footpaths and bridleways plentiful making walking, cycling and horse riding popular pastimes.

Around the town, the Green Circle Network connects wildlife sites around Burgess Hill allowing wildlife to flourish for the benefit of the community. It provides easy access to open spaces via traffic free routes.

Ditchling Common borders the south eastern outskirts of Burgess Hill and was once the King's land as part of the Saxon Manor. Now a Country Park covering an area of 188 acres, it is popular with dog walkers and local fishermen who fish the lake for carp, perch and roach.

A great place to grow up

Burgess Hill is a great place for families. Due to its proximity to London, London Gatwick, Brighton, Haywards Heath and other nearby larger local towns, there is plenty of scope for employment.

There are a number of state and independent schools and also two local schools for children with disabilities. Burgess Hill has a sense of community with a bustling town centre, a well-used leisure centre and numerous clubs and societies.

The surrounding area offers plenty of inspiration for family days out, from historic Lewes, to cosmopolitan Brighton, from the vintage steam trains of the Bluebell Railway to the stark openness of Ashdown Forest, home to the fictional children’s character Winnie the Pooh.