A RARE FIND! Rural BUILDING PLOT for detached house with 9 ACRES, outbuildings and superb views.
Located in the Sussex High Weald, an area designated as being of outstanding natural beauty with beautiful rolling countryside, The hamlet of Three Cups Corner has a popular pub and is found between the sought-after and desired villages of Dallington and Rushlake Green, where there is a local primary school, village post office/stores and further favoured public houses. Heathfield is only 4 miles to the west and offers a good range of day-to-day shops, with many independent retailers and four supermarkets including Waitrose, together with a respected Community College. The regional centres of Tunbridge Wells and Eastbourne are both approximately 16 miles, whilst the nearest London-bound rail station is at Stonegate, some 9.2 miles.
Planning consent was granted in 2007 by Wealden District Council (WD/2007/2802/F) to demolish the existing fire damaged farmhouse and construct a new dwelling and garage, set further back into the site. Works were started within the prescribed period and so it is considered that the planning permission is valid in perpetuation.
The planning consent granted is for a detached house with a ground floor internal footprint of approximately 156 m2 (1,677 sq.ft). Although the original drawings proposed only two bedrooms on the first floor, it is considered that an amendment to that planning could easily allow for a luxurious four or five bedroom home in excess of 300 m2 (3,225 sq.ft.).
There are far-reaching rural views over rolling countryside to the east and south. Many of the original farm buildings are allowed to remain, giving scope for individual uses and needs. The land is laid to sheep-grazed pasture with the whole plot extending in all to approximately 9 acres.
VIEWING: All viewings are strictly by prior confirmed appointment through the Estate Agents, with a minimum of 24 hours notice and must be accompanied.
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