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£3m of luxury retirement apartments sold at Haywards Heath off-plan launch

Over £3m of top-end retirement apartments were sold in two days at Fleur-de-Lis Haywards Heath.

The development, comprising 34 one and two bed apartments, features one apartment measuring 1875 sq ft. They are priced between £310,000 to £695,000.

The 34 luxury apartments are being built on the site of the former Magistrates' Court on Bolnore Road. Parts of the building's design were inspired by Charles Voysey - the famous English architect and designer who pioneered the 'Arts & Crafts' look.

The grand opening is planned for the end of July with owners moving in at the start of August.

Renaissance Retirement sales manager Matt Smith said: "We are delighted with the start of our sales campaign.

"Our sales message is clear – 'Who says you need to downsize when you want to move out of the family home?' With apartments up to 1875 sq ft, which is the size of a big three bed house, we have some very spacious apartments on sale.

"We are responding to the market which has been to build bigger more spacious flats and now we have them. It's an exciting time for people having this choice of size of apartments."

The luxurious properties will provide an exceptional standard of independent living for those considering downsizing from a larger family home.

The spacious one and two bedroom apartments will be impeccably finished with contemporary interiors, whilst owners will also have access to a owners' drawing room and landscaped gardens. Some of the apartments will also feature stylish mezzanine levels.

Located five minutes' walk from the centre of town, Fleur de-Lis-Haywards Heath benefits from a wealth of leisure facilities, parks and open spaces and the seaside resort of Brighton is only a short journey away.

Renaissance is continuing to take reservations off-plan and opening a sales cabin at the end of April on Bolnore Road. Mansell McTaggart has been appointed to support its sales.

 

Pictured: Mel Maloney of Mansell McTaggart and Nick Watkins, development director at Renaissance Retirement