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Apartments Now For Sale In Burgess Hill

Posted 1 February 2021 by Keith Osborne

One- and two-bedroom apartments in Keymer House are predicted to be of interest to first-time buyers and investors...

A range of apartments on a development of new homes in West Sussex, with commuter links to London and Brighton, has just been released.

The one- and two-bedroom flats are in Keymer House at The Croft, situated off Kings Way in Burgess Hill, are being delivered by Charles Church Thames Valley. They offer a bright, open-plan living/dining room with a good-sized kitchen alongside either one or two well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom. Prices start from £220,000 for a one-bed and £250,000 for a two-bed. This includes storage space and allocated parking.

Persimmon Homes Thames Valley sales director Rachel Faulkner said: “As well as attracting first-time buyers, our apartments offer new or established investors the opportunity to establish a hold in the rental market and as such are proving very popular. I think investors can see that these homes are produced to a high quality and will give a high yield return. We are very pleased that we have produced a design of apartment that seems to be ticking the right boxes for many people.”

The Croft in Burgess Hill is being developed in partnership with Sunley Estates. Some 39 miles south of London, The Croft is on the edge of the South Down National Park surrounded by delightful countryside. Burgess Hill itself has much to offer, with traffic-free shopping, excellent schools and a good selection of leisure facilities. For commuters, Burgess Hill station is just a 15-minute walk away and provides direct services to London Victoria in 52 minutes and London St Pancras in as little as 68 minutes. Brighton trains can take just 11 minutes.

Find out more about The Croft from Charles Church.


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