Guide price £450,000
An excellent development site which has planning consent for a contemporary house set in a delightful garden setting on the edge of the village
- Development Plot
An excellent development site which has planning consent for a contemporary house set in a delightful garden setting on the edge of the village. The development site has detailed planning for about a 3200 ft sq house, comprising:
Hall, Living/dining room/kitchen, Media room, Utility room, Cloakroom
Principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom and dressing room, Guest bedroom with en-suite shower room , 2 Further bedrooms, Family bathroom, Study, Plant room
Garden, Pond, Parking area
Detailed Planning was granted by Wealden District Council on 7 June 2018. Application number WD/2018/0887/F.
The architects are Ecotecture Ecological Architecture (www.ecotecture.co.uk) have full planning information as well as it being found on the council portal.
Local Authorities and Services
Wealden District Council: 01892 653311. East Sussex County Council: 03456080190. Mains electricity and water are close by. The buyer will need to make their own enquiries regarding the availability of services.
Local Amenities and Surrounding Area
The plot lies on the East/West Sussex county boundary within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the edge of the village which has a good primary school. The vast amenity area of Ashdown Forest lies about 1½ miles away together with a wide choice of golf courses including Royal Ashdown, Paxhill and Lindfield. Private schools are on the doorstep including Cumnor House and Brambletye together with state schooling at Haywards Heath and East Grinstead.
There is a mainline railway station at Haywards Heath, providing services to London Bridge/Victoria. Gatwick Airport (via the M23) 13 miles leading beyond to the M25. East Grinstead via A275/A22 to the north is 9 miles. To the south Lewes and Brighton are within easy reach.
From East Grinstead head south on the A22. At Wych Cross fork right onto the A275 to Lewes. In Danehill the drive to the plot is found on the left just before the last line of cottages as you leave the village.