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A refreshing new outlook
A place where from coffee shops to fitness classes and cultural venues to rail connections into the City, you are always in easy walking distance of them all. East Grinstead has established its town credentials over centuries, and now this exciting new phase of its evolution is seeing a vibrant new quarter become part of its 21st century urban fabric.
With architectural flair and a beautifully thought-out landscaped design you can live, dine, shop, and relax in a setting that is opening up this part of town, bringing a sense of light – and a new lifestyle. Welcome to a modern take on town living in East Grinstead.
Experience more all year round
The National Trust's Standen House is not just a place for picnics and strolling through its 100 acres of woodland and rich wildlife, but also the place to discover a treasure in the second-hand bookshop and experience the rare beauty of the ancient bluebell woods in spring. Learn to sail and feel the breeze in your hair at Weir Wood Reservoir, just part of the stunning landscape of the Kingscote Valley and Ashdown Forest. Discover tranquil cycle paths along old railway lines that are part of Sustrans' national cycle network, enjoying peerless Sussex scenery and the sound of birdsong – and feel miles from it all.
First-class for families
Young families will find everything from pre-school venues to secondary schools in easy reach, with a nursery for 1 to 5 year olds offering day care as well as holiday clubs and a full programme of activities for half terms and summer holidays just 0.3 miles away. There are several primaries within a mile of Queens Walk including The Meads, Estcots, St Mary’s CofE, and St Peter’s Catholic, all rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. Sackville and Imberhorne provide senior level education, while Brambletyre is an independent school for 2-13 year olds. Out of school you will find everything from Baby Ballet sessions to fun-packed Holiday Camps at the local arts venue and leisure centre.