Croudace Homes - Kings Weald,
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At Kings Weald, our vision is to create a thriving new community with a heart of open space and communal areas.
With award winning home styles, carefully considered landscaping and shared areas, Kings Weald has been designed to not only connect to its surroundings seamlessly but to enhance features of existing landscapes whilst honouring the significant heritage and culture within the area.
For specifications relating to the style of homes at Kings Weald, please refer to our phase brochure. The brochure is downloadable from individual listings for Kings Weald once launched; alternatively please speak with one of our Sales Consultants for further information.
Footpaths will be introduced to link the existing play area and improved existing pond to the north, giving residents of Kings Weald access to additional nearby Play Areas and clear views from Wealden Croft. Additional indigenous planting will be added to the retained trees along the river to Wealden Croft & Kilns Gate of Kings Weald to improve biodiversity and form an avenue of open space for residents to leisurely stroll along.
Other aspects include the introduction of a Community Hall, Market Square and Terrace. Sports Pitches, Play Areas, Ponds and a Nature Conservation Area with trail will also be created to form part of the South West section of Kings Weald, with Heritage Manor situated above.
Creating a natural, verdant setting for the new homes at Kings Weald, we plan for front gardens and apartment communal areas to be clearly defined by railings and/or hedging, while thoughtful design of additional garden boundaries will help create the character of this stunning new community.
Within Kings Weald, there are several shared areas and open spaces for the whole family to enjoy. Just minutes from residents doorsteps, the Nature Conservation Area will feature a number of manmade ponds, of varying depths, with range of wildlife which can be observed including dragonflies, damselflies, water beetles and birds. Areas of created woodland will add to the biodiverse area, with trees and shrubs providing food sources and nesting sites, as well as cover and refuge opportunities for local wildlife.
Several Pre-Schools, Nursery and Childcare facilities can be found in Burgess Hill. The 9 state schools, 2 independent and 3 local schools for children with disabilities offer Primary, Secondary and further education within the Burgess Hill area.
Ease of transport can be found with the town’s two stations: Burgess Hill Station offers frequent connections to London and Brighton, while alternatively Wivelsfield Station provides services to Lewes, Hastings and along the South Coast. The A23 bypass to the west of the town joins just south of the A273 and merges into the M23. The A272 can be found to the north of the Burgess Hill, running from Winchester through to Uckfield, offering links to Southampton, Bournemouth and Eastbourne.
From the M25:
Leave the M25 at junction 7 and join the M23 southbound, which then becomes the A23, continue for 8 miles. Leave the A23 at the Hickstead junction, turn left onto the A2300 and follow signs for Burgess Hill. Continue ahead at the first roundabout. At the next roundabout take the first exit onto the A273, continue ahead at the next roundabout. At the mini roundabout turn right onto the B2036 London Road. Turn left at the next mini roundabout onto Leylands Road. Continue ahead over two mini roundabouts, you will pass Wivelsfield station on your right. At the next mini roundabout take the second exit onto Junction Road. Turn left onto Cants Lane and shortly after turn right onto Wyvern Way where you will find us situated.
Wivelsfield is the nearest railway station, we are a 11 minute walk from the station.
For further information on train times and fares, please call the National Rail Enquiry Line on , or check the railtrack website on .