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West Sussex Homebuyers Find Their Equilibrium at Clock Field

More than one fifth of people (21%) worked longer hours in 2020, causing the scales to tip when trying to achieve the perfect work-life balance.

Editorial Team | 10th December, 2020

Looking ahead to 2021, a quarter of those surveyed would like the opportunity to work more flexible hours in order to boost their motivation and mental well-being, whilst also reducing stress levels. For homeowners striving to achieve equilibrium in both their personal and working lives, Shanly Homes’ West Sussex development, Clock Field, could be the perfect choice.

Located in the idyllic village of Turners Hill, residents at Clock Field will have plenty of space to roam. Surrounded by the open green space of the National Trust’s Selsfield Common and Turners Hill Recreation Ground, buyers are guaranteed a convenient spot to blow away the cobwebs after a long day of home working or for a brisk stroll at the weekends. The properties on offer at Clock Field, can easily accommodate couples who are both working from home, young families looking for space to expand and downsizers seeking a new home with less up keep.

Greg Kaye, Head of Sales at Shanly Homes comments: “Clock Field truly is a development that will tick many boxes for a variety of buyers. Whether they are young couples just starting on their homebuying journey or busy city workers looking for a slower pace of life, Clock Field has something for everyone. The village of Turners Hill is highly sought-after thanks to its impressive views of the North and South Downs as well as its thriving community. With only three homes remaining, we urge interested purchasers to book a viewing and witness for themselves the lifestyle on offer here.”

All of the homes at Clock Field boast Shanly’s enviable ‘The Foxglove’ layout. Upon entering the property, a dedicated study is located just off of the entrance, perfect for those who are permanently working from home, or who split their time between home and the office.. A large living room is positioned at the rear of the property and benefits from full height windows which open onto a Juliet balcony, flooding the space with light and providing views onto the well-sized garden.

The lower ground floor acts as the main living area, housing an open plan kitchen/family/dining room as well as a separate utility room. French doors provide direct access onto the garden and guarantee a flexible living space throughout the spring and summer months, with the ability to merge the inside and out when the weather is warm.

All four bedrooms are located on the top floor of this spacious three storey family home. All of the rooms are roomy and can easily fit a double bed or two twin beds for residents with small children. For those who would rather work away from the hustle and bustle of the family home, bedroom four can easily be transformed into an additional study/office space.

The master suite however provides the perfect space for adults to unwind after a busy day, complete with built-in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room there is plenty of space here for a private reading nook, dressing table and king sized double bed. The homes at Clock Field further benefit from an integral garage and off-street parking as well as a landscaped front garden.

Locally, the village of Turners Hill is a short walk from home, where residents will benefit from a variety of local amenities.

The Ark is the villages local community centre offering a range of classes and clubs such as Pilates, Karate, Badminton, The Art Society and Baby Explorers for locals to get involved with.

Whilst the 16th Century pub, The Red Lion, provides the perfect spot for a bite to eat and is within walking distance of the development itself. Just up the road is Tulley’s Farm, renowned for its Halloween extravaganzas, the farm is open year-round and hosts a variety of events such as a drive-in cinema and pick your own sunflowers as well as being home to the local farm shop.

Slightly further afield is the ancient market town of East Grinstead, which is just a ten-minute drive away. Here home owners will find an array of independent stores, restaurants and cafés as well as larger stores such as Sainsburys, Aldi and Homebase. Additionally, the town of Crawley is also a short drive from home boasting an array of restaurants, bowling alley and cinema.

For commuters, Clock Field is extremely well placed. East Grinstead station is just a 14-minute drive away providing direct train services to London Victoria in under one hour. Furthermore, the scheme is conveniently positioned near to the M23 guaranteeing easy access onto the M25 and wider motorway network as well as Gatwick Airport.

Prices at Clock Field start from £689,950 for a four-bedroom detached home, for further information visit or call 01342 616105 to arrange a viewing.



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