Move Revolution in Burgess Hill

Move Revolution in Burgess Hill is covered by our expert team in Haywards Heath.

The office launched in 2015, perfectly timed for the release of the White House development near the station.

Our estate agents in Burgess Hill, Mathew and Rob, know and understand the area well. Mathew lived in the town until he was 25 (he assures us he is only 28…we don’t believe him) and Rob lives close to the station with his partner.

We know how important it is to speak to estate agents who know the local area, which is why you can trust our team, as they have lived and socialised in the town. From the independent shops and restaurants, to the redevelopment planned for the town centre, they’ll answer any question you have about Burgess Hill.

Current Sales and Lettings

For Sale
Located in a quiet and peaceful cul-de-sac, within close reach of Birchwood Grove School and Burgess Hill Girls Independent School, is this spacious four bedroom family home with off road parking and potential to extend.

Get in touch

Open 8am to 8pm.

Please call 01444 657657 or complete the form.

Head Office: Robert Denholm House, Bletchingley Road
Nutfield, Surrey, RH1 4HW
Mathew Gurr
Area Sales Manager
Mathew’s parents moved to Burgess Hill before he was born. He lived there into his 20s and has a huge affection for the town and how it has changed over the years.

If he visits with his two sons, they head to The Triangle leisure centre, as the kids love the pool and flumes. If he’s visiting with his dad, they often go to the excellent golf course which has a good driving range.
Rob Boyd-Wallis
Sales Negotiator
Having recently moved to the town, Rob’s gotten quite familiar with the restaurants and loves that most of them are locally owned.

His favourite place to go is The Oak Barn next to the golf course, which boasts great food and a lovely setting.

About Burgess Hill

Burgess Hill is a town nicely located in West Sussex on the edge of the South Downs National Park.

St John’s Park boasts a cricket pitch, tennis courts, playground and impressive skate park, making it perfect for families of all ages and sizes.

Commuters can reach central London in around an hour from either Burgess Hill or Wivelsfield stations. Brighton is also just 10 miles away and less than 15 minutes on the train.

If you’re eating out with friends or family, there are plenty of pubs and restaurants to choose from, many of which are within a 10 minute walk of Burgess Hill station.

Our Clients Say It Best

Things To Do

As a Couple
Romantic Stroll
Devil’s Dyke
After a stroll, head to The Devil’s Dyke pub for a spot of lunch.
Movie Night
The Orion
The Orion is the only cinema between Crawley and Brighton and oozes charm, perfect for a romantic night with your significant other. There are plenty of surrounding bars to pop into before or after a film too.
Date Night
Dining Out
When it comes to eateries, you’ll be spoilt for choice. For an authentic curry, try Royal Spice or the India Garden. Alternatively, why not try something different at Pereira Restaurant and Tapas Bar or Spiral Tex Mex?
With Kids
Laser Tag
Let the kids burn off some fuel with a trip to Apollo Lasertag. Chances are you’ll end up having even more fun than they do!
Day in the Country
Bedelands Farm Nature Reserve
Enjoy the fresh air in Bedelands Nature Reserve. Why not go on a mini-beast safari and see how many types of birds you can spot?
The Triangle
The Triangle sport and leisure complex boasts a 25m pool, fun pool with flumes and rapids and indoor soft play area. There are badminton, squash and tennis courts, as well as outdoor all weather football pitches.
With Friends
The Martlets Hall
From shows to tribute acts, there’s plenty to keep you and your friends entertained.
Catch Up
Quench Bar & Kitchen
Whether you’d prefer an Italian espresso or a Double Chocolate Martini, the contemporary Quench bar on Church Road is ideal for grabbing a drink with friends.
Martha and Daisy’s
From vintage goods to modern crafts, this emporium houses numerous stalls to browse with friends. When you’re done shopping, pop into the café for tea and cake.