Southdown’s Park is situated atop a hill approximately half a mile away from the centre of Haywards Heath. If you want more specific direction then it’s entrance can be found halfway along Colwell Road which connects two main roads Wivelsfield Road and Franklynn Road. Haywards Heath is located almost halfway between Brighton and London and is technically in the county of West Sussex. The train station at Haywards Heath which connects both to the Thameslink City line as well as the London Victoria line makes the town extremely popular with commuters. The station lies approx a mile north of Southdown’s Park. Bus routes go frequently past the estate and if visiting you should look to exit at the Princess Royal Hospital which is a few minutes to the east of the site.
The Southdown’s Park estate is one of the most impressive in Sussex and from the South side enjoys views across the beautiful South Downs, on a clear day you can pick out the iconic Jack and Jill Windmills and Ditchling beacon. Built in 1859, in a Venetian style, it stands out from a distance and can be seen from miles around and especially for those driving north from Ditchling and Burgess Hill.
If you need to locate Southdown’s Park on a Sat Nav then you can use the central postcode which is RH16 4SL. Please be aware that the road in and around Southdown’s Park is a Private Road and therefore may come up on some Sat Navs as off road.