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Thakeham Homes - Ghyll Croft, BN8

Prices from £570,000 to £850,000

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Ghyll Croft

A SMALL DEVELOPMENT OF 2,3 AND 4 BEDROOM NEW HOMES IN A DESIRABLE EAST SUSSEX VILLAGE

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Sales and Marketing Suite Opening Hours: Thursday to Monday from 10am to 5pm

Newick Hill, Newick, Lewes, East Sussex, BN8 4QR

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Beautifully Crafted New Homes.

A small development of 2,3 and 4 bedroom homes, offers the home buyer the chance to become part of this welcoming, established community. All new homes are now ready.

Surrounded by countryside, between the bustling towns of Haywards Heath and Uckfield, Newick is ideally situated for access to London and the south coast. In a prime area of natural beauty, Ghyll Croft is a perfect place to enjoy traditional village life in tranquil and friendly surroundings.

Refined architecture and contemporary interiors showcase the Thakeham difference. Each home is skilfully planned, carefully constructed and beautifully finished throughout. The Thakeham approach is evident in the individual design which gives every home a unique appeal, combining modern quality with traditional style. Interiors reinforce the feeling of quality with space, superior specifications and exclusive finishes. Kitchens are created by leading specialists, matched with appliances from high end manufacturers. Bathrooms and en-suites provide sparkling contemporary style and designer fittings.

Each new home comes with the peace of mind that it is covered by a 10 year NHBC Buildmark Warranty, including 2 year defect cover.

Newick, East Sussex

Newick is an attractive, ancient village embraced by the rolling Low Weald landscape of East Sussex. It has its own village green and a vibrant community supporting local shops, pubs, a post office, pre-school, primary school and a variety of clubs and societies. Newick traces its history back to the days before the Domesday Book, and its proud heritage is reflected in the village’s traditional architecture and many historic features.

Leisure

A thriving community, you will find plenty of sports clubs in Newick to inspire you to be active in your spare time. Local clubs include Newick Badminton Club, Newick Bowls Club, Newick Cricket Club, Newick Football Club, Newick Rugby Football Club, Newick Lawn Tennis Club, Newick Stoolball Club and Guides, Brownies and Scouts for the younger generation. A wonderful addition to the local area providing Newick residents with their own open space to enjoy, as well as being a safe haven for wildlife and native plants is Reedens Meadows. A 11.8 hectares area on the western side of the village featuring woodland, wildflower meadows, a 2.3 km waymarked - with additional links to provide shorter waking loops for ease. Reedens Meadows has been funded by Thakeham, who are building Ghyll Croft, a small development of new homes in Newick Hill. There are plenty of local leisure attractions, with numerous golf courses and other facilities close to Newick. There’s also the charming Bluebell Railway, which runs steam trains between East Grinstead and Sheffield Park. In addition, the ancient town of Lewes has one of the oldest castles in England, many antique shops and pubs as well as its spectacular and renowned annual Bonfire Night celebrations. There are many miles of public footpaths, ancient trackways and bridle paths providing peaceful walking and cycling routes.

Education

Newick’s pre-school and primary school have an Outstanding Ofsted rating, and many more early learning establishments are within a few miles. There is an excellent secondary school at Chailey, with higher and further education colleges at Uckfield, Lewes and Haywards Heath. There are also several acclaimed private schools in the area.

Shopping

Newick caters for everyday needs with the village centre a short walk from Ghyll Croft where you will find a butchers, bakers, pharmacy, general store, post office and newsagents. Local amenities include a milk delivery and mobile fish van. The Weekly Country Market is held in the Village Hall.

Transport

Good road links take you to the coast in around 40 minutes, while Crawley is only 35 minutes away, providing access to Gatwick Airport. The northbound M3 connects to the M25 and London. Local towns such as Lewes and Uckfield are within 20 minutes’ drive, and the train from Haywards Heath to London Victoria takes less than an hour.

Health

Newick Health Centre is a short distance from Gyhll Croft and provides a full range of medical services.

Directions

From A22 - Westbound from the A22, take the A272 for approximately three and a half miles. Upon entering the village, drive just beyond the green on the High Street and take a right into Newick Hill. Continue for a short distance and the entrance to Ghyll Croft is the second turning on the right hand side. From Haywards Heath - From Haywards Heath take the A272 eastbound for approximately seven miles. Once you have reached Newick, drive along Western Road and opposite the village hall, take the sharp left hand turn into Newick Hill. Continue for a short distance and the entrance to Ghyll Croft is the second turning on the right hand side.

Disclaimers

Prices and availability correct at time of broadcast. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or any other debt secured on it. Check that these mortgages will meet your needs if you want to move or sell your home or you want your family to inherit it. If you are in any doubt, seek independent financial advice.