30 Sep

Ditchling offers secluded living

Ditchling offers secluded living

The small town of Ditchling can offer a mix of easy convenience with relaxed living.

Close to the A23 to Brighton, the village is proving very popular as people search for areas which offer value for money, but still have great amenities.

Property for sale in Ditchling could appeal to those who need to commute to Brighton but also workers who need to travel regular into London on business.

The nearby train station of Hassocks Rail offers regular services across the local region and beyond. It is also perfect for those looking to get away for the day as it connects with numerous seaside towns along the English southern coast.

Ditchling is home to a wide range of local and attractions. As well as two pubs, there is also the popular Ditchling Tea Rooms and two general convenience stores, as well as a variety of independent retailers offering assorted and unique items.

One of the highlights is the Ditchling Museum of Arts and Craft, which showcases the collection of work by artists and craftspeople who have a connection to the region in some way.

The museum was refurbished last year and the £2.3 million development funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund has helped produced a high-quality attraction.

Visitors are able to see a whole range of objects and find out more about the history of the items on display.

The town has a two major green spaces that help to give the area its lovely scenery and they are both currently classed as Sites of Scientific Special Interest.

Ditchling Common has a variety of heath grassland habitats and the Clayton to Offham Escarpment is made up of a mix of rare chalk grassland habitat plus woodland and scrub lands. ADNFCR-1222-ID-801751806-ADNFCR

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