- Semi-detached 3 bedroom new home
- Parking for 2 cars plus visitor parking
- Private fence enclosed garden with shed
- About 1 mile from town centre and station
- Amenities of Sparrows Green within half a mile
- Available now!
A stylish three bedroom semi-detached new house by Greymoor Homes on the rural fringe of Wadhurst, about 1 mile from Wadhurst station and town centre and within half a mile of the facilities in Sparrows Green. Comprising: Entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, ground floor WC, three bedrooms (two doubles), two bath/shower rooms (1 en suite), enclosed garden and off road parking for two vehicles. EPC Rating: B
Newly completed by Greymoor Homes, a friendly family business who strive to create sustainable, quality homes with a difference, No.9 Scots Pine Grove is an ideal family home.
As their current “flagship” development, no expense has been spared on finish, from the high efficiency boiler to the smooth finishing touches and LED lighting.
The property is offered with a 10 year LABC warranty.
The ground floor features Amtico wood effect flooring throughout with under floor heating.
The double aspect kitchen/diner is fitted with contemporary handle-less, soft-close wall and base units with quartz worktops. Integrated Bosch appliances include a fan oven, microwave oven, fridge freezer, induction hob with extractor hood over, dishwasher, wine cooler and washer dryer. The inset sink features a 3 in 1 matt black mixer tap with steaming hot filtered water.
The stylish family bathroom, master en suite and ground floor cloakroom are fitted with contemporary white sanitaryware with matt black fittings, ceramic tiling and heated towel rails.
The two double bedrooms both have built-in wardrobes and the third bedroom works well as a single bedroom or study.
French doors lead out from the sitting room to the rear, fully fence enclosed garden, which is one of the largest of the semis in this development. It has a lawn, paved patio and garden shed, measuring approximately 11.28m (37’) long and 8.37m (27’5’’) wide.
The property comes with two tandem parking spaces to the side of the house. There is additional space for visitors to park within the development.
This property benefits from an outlook over the communal grounds to the front, which are planted with wild flowers and feature a small pond.
The property is located on the rural fringe of Wadhurst. Nearby there are allotments and the Sparrows Green recreation ground with children’s playground, tennis and football clubs. Within half a mile there are two convenience stores, the village pre-school and primary school. Wadhurst town centre is just a mile away.
Voted the best place to live in the UK by The Sunday Times in 2023, Wadhurst is a vibrant market town with a friendly and interactive community. The attractive High Street, which has some lovely period properties, has retained a number of shops and amenities including a Jempsons supermarket with post office, convenience store, a family run butcher, greengrocer, chemist, delicatessen, cafes, pubs, gift shops, an excellent library and book shop. There is also a monthly farmers market, various clubs and societies to get involved with, a sports centre and a very good local doctors practice and dentist.
Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the surrounding countryside is a delight to drive through and there are many walking and cycling opportunities, not least of which around Bewl Water, which is easily accessible from the town.
In addition to the pre-school and primary school, there is a state secondary school and a Catholic preparatory school in Wadhurst.
The town also has its own mainline railway station, albeit a couple of miles outside of the town to the North, with regular services to London Charing Cross, London Bridge and Canon Street (London Bridge in around 55 minutes).
Approximately 7 miles North of Wadhurst is the large Spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, providing an extensive shopping centre, the beautiful Pantiles and old High Street area, theatres and various other leisure facilities. This town also has very high achieving grammar schools.
Also within around 45 minutes of Wadhurst is the South coast.
Mains gas fired central heating (underfloor to the ground floor and radiators to the first floor). Mains water, electricity and drainage. BT fibre.
Wealden District Council
Agent’s Note: The Grove development will be managed by HLM and the current annual charge is £449. When the last property on the development has completed, management of the estate will be passed to residents who can then decide on how they would like to maintain and manage the communal areas.