Enjoy the countryside at the croft
Located just 39 miles south of London, 11.5 miles north of Brighton and Hove, and 29 miles east of the county town of Chichester, Burgess Hill is a town with much to offer.
Nestled on the eastern side of Burgess Hill, on the edge of the South Downs National Park, The Croft is in an idyllic location. Living here means you’ll also be next to Ditchling Common Country Park with its 188-acres of wildlife habitats and nature trails to explore.
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The Croft is well connected as it’s only 11.5 miles north of Brighton and 4.5 miles south of Haywards Heath. Nearby, there are train lines from Burgess Hill with regular routes to London and Brighton.
Wivelsfield station offers routes to the East Coast line to Hastings and further afield. The main roads nearby are the A23 and A272 and there’s also a regular local bus service.
Burgess Hill offers a range of schools nearby including Manor Field Primary School (Ofsted ‘good’) and Birchwood Grove County Primary School (Ofsted ‘outstanding’). There’s also Oakmeeds Community College.
For fun and relaxation, Burgess Hill offers several recreation grounds including St John’s Park, which is home to a skate park, a children’s playground, a cricket green and tennis courts. The town also has a well-equipped leisure centre The Triangle, which offers a range of activities; including a swimming pool, and a health and fitness suite. And to catch up on the latest blockbuster, the town has its own cinema, The Orion.
The Croft and Burgess Hill residents will benefit from the many services provided by Charles Church and Sunley Estates, with contributions towards local leisure facilities, local services, schools nearby, library, Country Park, neighbourhood centre and a health care centre. The town has a safe traffic-free shopping area which includes The Market Place and The Martlets. Here you’ll find a wide array of retailers, services and businesses for all your day-to-day needs. There’s also a good selection of eateries and restaurants for when you need to recharge your batteries.