Highwood Village brings the effortless elegance and luxury craftsmanship Berkeley homes are known for to the downs of West Sussex. With a range of new apartments and homes available within the area, we've explored some of the deeper aspects of Highwood Village and its surroundings to showcase this gorgeous contemporary development.
Life in the village
Situated nearby to sought-after Horsham, Highwood Village is a collection of high-quality property developments which cater to those looking for luxury homes in a quainter setting without sacrificing practicality. These properties range from exceptional 1 and 2 bed apartments boasting modern interiors to 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes which create an intimate community atmosphere, all of which are just a stone's throw from transport links which can put you on your way up and down the country with ease.
A breath of fresh air
The calm and tranquil waters of the River Arun which flow right by Highwood Village, along with the manicured gardens of the Village Green and Landmark Square, creates an authentic village aesthetic that shows careful consideration within the design of the development. Highwood Village is the perfect place for young families who can make the most of the outdoor play areas and abundance of green spaces within walking distance.
A classic English market town, Horsham has all the charm that you'd expect from a historic commercial hub that still thrives to this day. The array of shops and specialist boutiques will ensure that all your needs are covered, as well as the essential high street names you'd expect to see. You'll find over 45 restaurants, bars and cafes that cater to almost every taste dotted around the town to enjoy whenever you fancy. The Capitol in Horsham's centre has been a key part of the town's history as an artistic hub, hosting a 400 plus capacity theatre, two cinema screens and gallery space to showcase a range of films, plays and local art.
Closer to nature
As mentioned previously, Highwood Village has several different parks and green spaces only a short distance away which are perfect for a calming escape, more important than ever at the moment. With further limitations around travel and places to visit currently, having such nature on your doorstep will be more than handy. Horsham Park can be found near the town centre, great for taking a break from work or an afternoon stroll, while Warnham Park takes you deeper into a picturesque landscape, perfect for weekend walks. If you're interested in nature conservation, Warnham also has a local nature reserve where you can spy all sorts of species flourishing in their natural habitats, the reserve opens at 10am every day and usual restrictions are in place. On the east side of Horsham is the Weald, a dense wilderness with even more parks for you to explore, such as Saint Leonard's Park and Roffery Park. With gyms and other leisure facilities currently closed parks are getting busier so having a good selection is ideal.
The riverside walks and tree lined avenues of Highwood Village make this a truly special development - one that beautifully balances contemporary design with country living. If you'd like to be part of this development then get in touch to find out more.