Warninglid area guide
Estate agents covering Warninglid and the surrounding area
Laying a little over 5 miles west of Haywards Heath, the small, picturesque village of Warninglid has Saxon origins with medieval iron-industry connections, dating back as far as the 1300s.
At the centre of the village is the first of six conservation areas established in Sussex, and Warninglid has won the Best Kept Village competition three times, and been runner up a further six times, during the past 25 years.
Some of southern England’s finest examples of modern stained glass can be seen at The Church of St Andrew, built in 1932 and a number of the properties on the outskirts have been developed from charming old buildings first erected during the 15th and 16th centuries.
Socialising is based largely around the friendly village pub, The Half Moon, which warmly welcomes patrons with its classic country pub character and boasts a fantastic seasonal British menu.