Homes Complete With Community Spirit At Standgrove Field
In a nationwide report by Housing Futures, it has been revealed that when looking for a home, 48% of homeowners said a strong community feel is important. Purchasers keen to move into a neighbourhood with a sense of community spirit, should take a look at luxury residential developer, Millwood Designer Homes’Standgrove Field development in Ardingly, West Sussex.
Standgrove Field is a traditional collection of 36 semi-detached and detached houses,located in the unspoilt heart of Sussex’s High Weald, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Offering a selection of three, four and five bedroom properties, the homes have been designed and built sympathetically in keeping with the architectural style of rural Sussex. Many of the homes benefit from extensive gardens and stunning views across the surrounding countryside. Each property has a garage and parking for at least two vehicles.
Philip Brown, Sales Director at Millwood Designer Homes comments: “Since launching, Standgrove Field has been extremely popular offering an outstanding village community location, with excellent local amenities and first-rate road, rail and airport links. Currently, over 50 percent of homes are sold and now occupied. A warm community ambience is already developing, with the majority of buyers moving from the local area and strong interest from teachers and families with children at nearby Ardingly College. I would highly recommend that any potential purchasers, shouldvisit the show-home, for more information on how they can reserve their dream home at Standgrove Field.”
The Calverley is a stylish four bedroom home offering an abundance of space for the whole family. On the ground floor, the open plan contemporary kitchen/ breakfast is equipped with integrated appliances and a range of floor and wall cabinets with Quartz worktops. The home offers a study, separate living room and separate dining room, providing flexible living space for relaxing or entertaining. The hallway, central staircase and landing are filled with natural light thanks to large feature window at the front of the house, creating an airy space that brings the outside in.
Upstairs, the master bedroom offers two double fitted wardrobes and an en-suite with a separate bath and shower. A further three good-sized bedrooms and family bathroom are situated on this floor and one of the bedrooms features an en-suite, ideal for guests. The en suites and bathrooms all offer high spec white sanitary ware and chrome accessories, with ceramic floor and wall tiles.
Ardingly is nestled in picturesque countryside and has the necessary day-to-day amenities, including a post office, bakery, café and two good schools. For keen shoppers, Standgrove Field is conveniently positioned between the vibrant towns of Haywards Heath, East Grinstead and Crawley, all less than a 20 minute drive away.
Families at Standgrove Field have an excellent range of local schools to choose from. Highly respected and located just opposite Standgrove Field, is the private school of Ardingly College, which takes boys and girls from the ages of 2 – 18 years and is ranked in the top 10 independent boarding schools in the country.
For commuters, Haywards Heath train station less than four miles away offering trains to London Bridge or London Victoria up to five times an hour, both in 48 minutes. Equally, the M23 is only nine miles away, which leads directly north to the M25, or south to the coast for Brighton. For those that fly regularly, Gatwick Airport is approximately 13 miles from the development.
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