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New community at Rosewood Park to attract old and young alike

21st January 2018 Print
The Manning House Type at Rosewood Park

Anyone worried about the amount of time their teenagers spend on Snapchat or streaming Netflix will be comforted by new research from Halifax, which shows the next generation considers meeting new neighbours to be a higher priority than Wi-Fi. Prospective buyers at Rosewood Park, near Bexhill in East Sussex, have the potential to meet their new neighbours at a preview weekend on 27th – 28th January.

Rosewood Park, which is being built by award-winning housebuilder David Wilson Homes, has been sensitively designed to foster a mixed local community. When completed, there will be public open space, tree-lined footpaths and planned children’s play areas, making it easy to have day-to-day contact with neighbouring residents. Plus, buyers will be given free membership to the Kent Wildlife Trust – a great way to meet like-minded nature enthusiasts and entertain the whole family.

Natalie Perry, Sales and Marketing Director for Barratt David Wilson says: “We care for our local communities and know that this is important to our customers too. At Rosewood Park, we’ve designed a new neighbourhood where people will be able to meet and interact – a place where they’ll love to live.

Natalie continues: “Due to high demand, we’re offering a preview weekend where potential buyers will have the opportunity to view plans and make an early reservation – who knows, they might even meet their new neighbours at the same time.”

In total, 239 new homes are being built at Rosewood Park in a variety of sizes and styles to cater to a wide audience. One and two-bedroom apartments will appeal to young couples and first-time buyers, whilst three, four and five-bedroom houses will suit growing families and downsizers.

Homes have been designed in different characters with their own materials and architectural features, creating four distinct areas in a woodland setting with mature trees, wildlife features and open spaces. Across the development, open-plan living spaces provide interiors that maximise light and space and specific attention has been paid to ensuring that the homes are environmentally friendly and economical to run.

Situated in the town of Little Common, just outside Bexhill, between the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the South Coast, Rosewood Park is a great base for anyone who wants to make the most of the beautiful Sussex countryside. Local conveniences, such as a doctors’ surgery, dentist, post office and supermarket can all been found in Little Common and there are good state primary and secondary schools nearby.

The traditional seaside town of Bexhill, about two miles from Rosewood Park, provides additional amenities and opportunities to socialise. Bexhill Leisure Centre offers more than 45 fitness classes per week, plus gym, crèche and soft play. For those who prefer to exercise outside, there are two renowned golf courses – the Highwoods Golf Club and Cooden Beach Golf Club – plus Bexhill Sailing Club caters to novices and experienced sailors, as well as having a well-established cadet section and social calendar.

Culture vultures at Rosewood Park will be attracted to the Bexhill Museum and the De Le Warr Pavilion, an award-winning contemporary art gallery situated in a restored Modernist masterpiece. Art buffs will also enjoy the nearby Jerwood Gallery in Hastings and Towner Gallery in Eastbourne, linked to the De Le Warr Pavilion by the 17-mile Coastal Culture Trail.

A show home is scheduled to open at Rosewood Park in March this year, when prospective buyers will be able to experience the high-quality fixtures and finishes employed by David Wilson Homes.

The first release will consist of three, four and five-bedroom homes with guide prices starting from £315,000. For more information, or to register your interest, visit

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