Buyers searching for a family home are being urged to discover the 'Birch' at the Sandrocks development.

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  • The four bedroom townhouse boasts a generous layout spanning three floors, with plenty of flexible living space available to meet the demands of daily family life.

    Priced from just £419,995, prospective purchasers will be delighted to find that securing this charming detached house in West Sussex is even more affordable than they may have thought.

    Fiona Creed, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey, says: "This wonderful three storey property in West Sussex is the perfect place for would-be movers seeking more space, and it offers the opportunity to live in an idyllic setting within easy reach of glorious countryside."

    The 'Birch' features a large open plan kitchen/breakfast room opening through French doors to the private rear garden, with a separate dining room, study, utility room and a guest cloakroom completing the ground floor layout.

    Upstairs, the first floor landing leads to a large lounge spanning the entire breadth of the property, a bedroom and a bathroom, while the ensuite master bedroom, two further bedrooms and a main bathroom are located on the top floor. Outside, the property benefits from a garage and additional allocated parking.

    All homes at Sandrocks are completed to a high standard specification, including energy efficient central heating, double glazing and a fitted kitchen with integrated oven, hob and hood.

    Located off Rocky Lane on the attractive southern edge of Haywards Heath, Sandrocks borders beautiful open countryside, yet is only just over a mile from the bustling town centre.

    Commuters will appreciate that Haywards Heath railway station offers regular services to London Victoria and London Bridge in around 45 minutes, and to Gatwick Airport and to Brighton in around 20 minutes. Crawley and the M23 are 13 miles away, linking on to the M25, while Gatwick Airport is just 21 miles from the development by road.

    Haywards Heath is served by a wide range of independent and high street shops, including Sainsbury's, as well as a good selection of restaurants, pubs and cafés.

    The town benefits from a number of parks and public gardens, and boasts a library, a thriving community centre and a leisure centre plus a general hospital. Parents will appreciate that schools for children of all ages can be found in the town, including two colleges.

    For leisure and days out, there's a host of attractions located just a short distance from the new development. The south coast is an easy drive away for days out at the beach, while stretching from the South Downs to the Surrey border is pretty countryside dotted with historic houses, famous gardens and lovely villages.

    Some information contained herein may have changed since it was first published. SmartNewHomes strongly advises you to seek current legal and/or financial advice from a qualified professional.

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