A selection of our most recently sold houses, flats and other properties in Hassocks are shown below.
Just seven miles north of Brighton and an hour's journey by train to London, Hassocks is a pretty West Sussex village with plenty to shout about. Buy a property for sale in Hassocks and you're practically on the South Coast; beach holidays are within easy reach at any time of year. Yet great transport links make commuting to and from London, whether by road or rail, perfectly manageable.
Better yet, Hassocks is situated just above the South Downs where you can enjoy some of England's finest countryside. As you'd expect, this makes it a superb location for homebuyers who love the great outdoors and activities such as hiking, horse riding or cycling.
Since Victorian times and the arrival of the railway, Hassocks has attracted discerning homebuyers in increasing numbers; particularly those seeking a quieter alternative to life in the cities of Brighton or London. This gradual expansion has seen a rise not only in the number of Hassocks properties for sale but also in independent shops, businesses, cafes and bars. Shoppers are well catered for, but Hassocks also offers a library, four churches and no fewer than five pubs. One of the village's key attractions is Adastra Park.
This delightful green space in central Hassocks features many sports and leisure facilities including tennis courts, football pitches and a lawn bowling green. There's also a children's playground in the park. The nearby South Downs Heritage Centre, meanwhile, showcases the work of local artists and features the produce of many local food producers in the Sussex Food Hall.
These are just a few of the benefits of looking at properties for sale in Hassocks. And the good news is that there's something on the local property market to suit every kind of home buyer. Whether you fancy living in a traditional character cottage, a 1930s bungalow or a more recent semi-detached or detached house, there's every chance you'll find your perfect home in Hassocks.