Welcome to Lindfield:
Welcome to Lindfield, a quaint village located in the heart of West Sussex. Boasting a delightful blend of historic charm and modern convenience, Lindfield offers residents a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Transport Links:
Lindfield may be small, but it is incredibly well-connected. For commuters, the nearby Haywards Heath railway station provides regular services to London, Brighton, and beyond. If you prefer the open road, the A272 and A23 are easily accessible, making travel by car a breeze. Let us not forget the picturesque countryside lanes perfect for leisurely bike rides on sunny days.

Education:
Families with young ones will be pleased to know that Lindfield boasts excellent educational facilities. From outstanding primary schools like Lindfield Primary School to top-rated secondary options in nearby towns, like Warden Park Academy and Oathall Community College, parents can rest assured that their children will receive a first-class education without having to travel far from home.

High Street:
The heart of Lindfield beats proudly on its charming high street. Here, you will find an eclectic mix of independent shops, cozy cafes, and traditional pubs. Whether you are searching for the first coffee of the day in Lindfield Coffee Works, or you fancy treating a loved one from a gift from Tufnell’s or simply fancy a pint at the local watering hole, The Red Lion, Lindfield's high street has something for everyone.

Local Community:
What truly sets Lindfield apart is its powerful sense of community spirit. From lively village events on the common to regular gatherings at the local community centre and the King Edwards Hall, residents here take pride in coming together to support one another. Whether you are a newcomer or a long-time resident, you will find a warm welcome waiting for you in Lindfield.

Lindfield boasts a rich, friendly social scene, with an annual arts festival each September, and an annual Cricket Week each August. It is also a great viewing point for watching cyclist as they pass through on the 55-mile London to Brighton cycle ride.

Points of Interest:
History connoisseurs will delight in exploring Lindfield's historic landmarks, including the picturesque All Saints Church and the charming 16th-century High Street cottages. Nature lovers, meanwhile, can wander through the tranquil beauty of Lindfield Common or enjoy a leisurely stroll along the scenic Ouse Valley Viaduct. And for those with a sweet tooth, a visit to the famous Lindfield Cocoa Bean is an absolute must!

Lindfield was first mentioned as far back as 765 AD, when the Saxon King Ealdwulf granted land for a church – the Archbishop of Canterbury later owned this land. In 1343 Lindfield was granted a market charter by Edward III and given the right to hold two annual fairs – the Lindfield Sheep Fair became on the most active in the county! It is rich history also holds claims of smuggling, with a famous tale of over three hundred horses being led carrying smuggled goods up Lindfield High Street!

Property:
Dreaming of calling Lindfield home? You are in luck! This idyllic village offers a range of properties to suit every taste and budget. From quaint cottages oozing with character to modern family homes boasting all the latest amenities, there is something here to make everyone's property dreams a reality. So why wait? Come and discover your perfect home in Lindfield today!

In conclusion, Lindfield may be small, but it is big on charm and convenience. With excellent transport links, top-notch educational facilities, a bustling high street, a strong sense of community, and plenty of points of interest to explore, it is no wonder that Lindfield is considered one of West Sussex's hidden gems. So why not pay us a visit and see for yourself what makes Lindfield so special? We promise you will not be disappointed!

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3 bed semi-detached house for sale in William Allen Lane, Haywards Heath, RH16
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3 bed semi-detached house for sale in William Allen Lane, Haywards Heath, RH16
Asking Price £375,000
LOCATION Offered with no onward chain, this Semi-Detached house is located on William Allen Lane, in the popular & historic village of Lindfield and is surrounded by breath-taking Sussex countryside, offering plenty of routes for walks in the...
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3 bed semi-detached house for sale in Brighton Road, Haywards Heath, RH17
3 bed semi-detached house for sale in Brighton Road, Haywards Heath, RH17
Asking Price £400,000
LOCATION Handcross is a popular village, that offers a good range of both local shops and additional amenities. The High Street features a number of interesting shops, with a traditional hardware store, Handcross Village Butchers, a cafe/coffee shop...
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2 bed apartment for sale in Lexington Drive, Haywards Heath, RH16
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2 bed apartment for sale in Lexington Drive, Haywards Heath, RH16
Asking Price £265,000
ACCOMMODATION The property is both presented and furnished in a contemporary style, that is assisted by the neutral colour schemes and large, bright windows in the apartment. The accommodation is arranged around a central corridor, with a large...
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2 bed flat to rent in South Road, Haywards Heath, RH16
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2 bed flat to rent in South Road, Haywards Heath, RH16
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LOCATION A well presented two bedroom flat set within a stone's throw from Haywards Heath Town Centre. You are spoilt for choice with restaurants, cafes & bars lining The Broadway. Haywards Heath's main line station with a direct service to London...

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