Proposed Front
230.68 sq m
Guide price £375,000(€425,128)

BeaconstoneBeacon Road, Crowborough, East Sussex, TN6 1AZ


    Key features

    • Good-sized plot
    • Tucked away off Beacon Road
    • Planning for a detached house
    • Detached garage
    • About 0.34 acres
    • 2 reception rooms
    • 4 bathrooms

    An opportunity to acquire a good-sized plot with planning permission for a detached 5 bedroom family home in a convenient location.

    About this property

    • Planning consent is for the erection of a detached two-storey five-bedroom contemporary family home with a separate double garage. The design for the house includes brick elevations under a clay-tiled roof and the house will be surrounded on all sides by garden. The detached garage features stained weatherboarded elevations with a tiled roof.

      The broadly level site is bordered by mature trees and shrubs, with shared access from the main road over a driveway which will branch off to form a private section serving the plot. This branch is to be screened from the main driveway and parking area by close-boarded fencing clad with climbing plants.

    Local information

    • The plot at Beaconstone is tucked away off Beacon Road on the western edge of Crowborough, within easy reach of the town centre amenities. Crowborough is a convenient town offering a wide range of everyday services and good transport links to London. Tunbridge Wells, some 7.4 miles away, offers a wider range of high street shops together with an excellent choice of leisure and entertainment facilities.
    • State and private schools: There are many well-regarded schools in the area including primaries in Crowborough and Groombridge, Holmewood House and Ashdown House preparatories in Langton Green and Forest Row respectively, Rose Hill and The Mead preparatories in Tunbridge Wells and Beacon Academy in Crowborough at secondary level. Independent secondaries in Mayfield, Eastbourne, Tonbridge and Sevenoaks.
    • Mainline rail: Crowborough (about 2.1 miles) and Eridge (about 3.3 miles), a little further up the same line, with journey times to London Bridge from 55 minutes (Eridge to London Bridge). Tunbridge Wells (about 7.4 miles) offers frequent services to Charing Cross and Cannon Street from 47 minutes.
    • Communications: The A26 provides access to the A21 via Tunbridge Wells to the north and thereby to the M25, Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the Channel Tunnel terminus. Brighton and the south coast are easily accessible via the A26 southbound.

    Additional information

    • Agent's note: We would refer you to Wealden District Council's Community Infrastructure Levy policy relating to new development at http://www.wealden.gov.uk/Wealden/Residents/Planning_and_Building_Control/Planning_Policy/CommunityInfrastructureLevy. The development would also be subject to SANGS and SAMMS contributions prior to commencement of works by virtue of its location in relation to Ashdown Forest, which would amount to £6,170.
    • Directions: From central Tunbridge Wells, proceed south out of town on the A26 towards Crowborough. Continue straight over the traffic lights at Crowborough Cross and on past the petrol station on your left. Pass Mill Lane on the left and Goldsmiths Avenue and Beacon Road West on the right and the driveway serving Beaconstone, Lesser Beaconstone and Cloyne House will be found about 85 yards along on the right-hand side, the first entrance after Beacon Road West and before Warren Road.
    • EPC Exempt