Treetops rises above similar developments thanks to its location and a focus on quality.
The Treetops site was chosen because of its leafy location and close proximity to the town centre, making it simultaneously picturesque and convenient for family life. The immediate area is also a haven of family fun, boasting a swimming pool, sports club and acres of parkland.
Treetops is also in easy reach of local nurseries, primary and secondary schools. There is a multitude of cafes, pubs and restaurants in the area welcoming families. While the five-minute drive to the A272 means getting out and about is quick and straightforward.
Originally in East Sussex, Haywards Heath is today a beautiful West Sussex location.
Haywards Heath enjoys a long and celebrated heritage. Mentioned in the history of the English Civil War, the creation of the London to Brighton railway and the opening of the Haywards Heath station in 1841 meant the area grew rapidly.
Today, Haywards Heath is well served by schools, shopping and leisure services, which come together every September to create Town Day, a celebration that culminates in a spectacular fireworks display in Victoria Park.
The surrounding area is equally entertaining with picturesque villages such as Lindfield and Cuckfield and the amazing Bluebell Railway close by.
The Haywards Heath Masterplan published by the Mid Sussex District Council outlines an extensive modernisation and regeneration for the town and includes improvements to the mainline station and the construction of a new Waitrose.
Nestled between the North and South Downs, Haywards Heath is just 36 miles from London and a mere 14 miles from Brighton, making the town an ideal commuter home. While Gatwick airport is just 13 miles away and handy for business trips and holiday sunshine.