New homes in Lindfield
Live the life
Located in West Sussex, just a short commute from Brighton and Crawley, Lindfield is a rural village with lots to see and do in the local area. Whether you’re hiking in the great outdoors, enjoying some retail therapy or exploring historic buildings, there’s something for the whole family to see and do close to your new home in Lindfield.
Things to see and do
For families moving to Lindfield, there are lots of great kid-friendly attractions to explore nearby including Beech Hurst Park Miniature Railway, Bedelands Farm Nature Reserve, Tulleys Farm and Washbrooks Family Farm. Brighton is just a short drive away, where you’ll find the Sea Life Centre, Brighton Pier and the Royal Pavilion.
If you love exploring the great outdoors, Borde Hill Garden, Wakehurst Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are both nearby. Other places of interest in the local area include Ashdown Llama Farm, The Triangle swimming pool, Bluebell Railway and Wings Museum.
For families moving to the area, Lindfield is close to a number of ‘outstanding’ schools including Danehill Church of England Primary School, The Gattons Infant School, Birchwood Grove Community Primary School and St Paul's Catholic College. Independent schools nearby include Ardingly College, Burgess Hill Girls School and Worth School.
If you or your older children want to study for a degree, the University of Sussex and the University of Brighton are both within commuting distance of your new home in Brighton.
Getting to Lindfield
Whether you’re travelling to see family and friends or commuting for work, Lindfield is well-connected by road. Although there’s no train station in the village, Haywards Heath station is only a 15 minute walk from Lindfield.
To get to Lindfield from Brighton, the drive takes around 35 minutes, while the train to Haywards Heath takes just 20 minutes. The journey from Crawley takes 25 minutes by car, while the drive from central London takes one hour 35 minutes depending on traffic. The train from London Bridge to Haywards Heath takes just 45 minutes.
When you want to jet off on holiday, the village is conveniently only a 25 minute drive from London Gatwick Airport, or less than 15 minutes by train.