In a glorious rural location with stunning views to the west, found down a little-used country lane, this building plot with consent granted for a 3,500 sq.ft 5-bedroom house stands on a half acre plot and is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
In a glorious and much sought after location, found down a quiet and little-used country lane, but only 1.5 mile drive to the picturesque and quintessentially English village of Rushlake Green, where a vibrant village shop, pub and village hall all help to create a strong community spirit. A public footpath over the fields gives access to the village in well under a mile. Locally, the market town of Heathfield is 3.5 miles and offers a wide range of everyday amenities, including a diverse range of independent retailers, Waitrose and Sainsburys supermarkets, together with many restaurants. The major regional centres of Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne are both approximately 15 miles distant, whilst Gatwick Airport is within an hours drive. For the London-bound rail commuter Stonegate station is a 15-20 minute drive.
In an area of outstanding natural beauty, with open rural views to the west, this offers a rare opportunity to build your own "Grand Design". Full planning consent has been granted to demolish the existing modern structure barn and construct an impressive two-storey, five-bedroom, detached family house extending to 3,500 sq.ft, together with a detached double garage and machinery store. The whole plot extends to just over a half acre.
Planning consent numbers are WD/2017/0349/F and WD/2018/0587/FA
CIL LIABILITY: If the new home is built as per the most recent planning consent there will be a liability to the purchaser for a CIL payment of £27,364.10.
Please Note: the successful purchaser of this site will be responsible for our acquisition fee of 2.4% including VAT of the final sale price. In addition, should the site be sold on to a third party, Rowland Gorringe will be retained at the same rate of 2.4% including VAT.
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