Blackness Road, Crowborough, East Sussex, TN6 2NB | Property for sale | Savills
1,639 sq ft(152.27 sq m)
Guide price £625,000

Blackness RoadCrowborough, East Sussex, TN6 2NB

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in December 2023
  • Video tour available on request
  • Attractive, semi-detached family house
  • An impressive open plan kitchen/dining room and further sizeable reception room
  • Four bedrooms, one bathroom and two further wc's
  • Generous and established garden, driveway parking and detached garaging
  • A useful outbuilding with further potential
  • Within immediate reach of town amenities and recreational facilities
  • Well placed for communication links (1.1 miles on foot to the mainline station) and extensive choice of schools in the local area

A beautifully presented, four bedroom family home enjoying a convenient position within Crowborough

About this property

  • Beautifully presented throughout, Sheerlands offers spacious accommodation and is conveniently located to both the train station and High Street. The accommodation is set across three floors, and has further potential to expand subject to relevant planning permission and consent.

    The kitchen/dining room is of particular note, fitted with solid oak worktops, shaker-style units offering ample storage, and a range of integrated appliances including a washing machine, dishwasher, wine fridge and Rangemaster oven. There is ample room for a dining table, offering a great space for entertaining.

    The spacious sitting room enjoys an open fire, also fitted with gas, with cabinetry to both side, whilst an arch adjoins a further reception area with bifold doors opens onto the rear garden, offering a flexible space that can be utilised to suit. A wc completes the ground floor accommodation.

    Upstairs, the first floor comprises the principal bedroom with a bank of fitted wardrobes, together with a further double bedroom, a well-appointed family bathroom, and a separate wc. The second floor provides two further double bedrooms, both enjoying far-reaching views, completing the accommodation.

    Outside, the spacious south-facing rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature hedged boundaries which provide a good level of screening from neighbouring properties, offering a sense of seclusion. There is a single garage providing ample storage, currently used as an entertainment space (the bar is free-standing and is available by separate negotiation), together with an outbuilding to the front of the boundary line, fitted with both electricity and water, offering a space to be transformed into a home office or utility room. There is scope to extend and adjoin the outbuilding to the house, subject to any necessary planning permission and consents.

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Sheerland is a wonderful home that is ready to enjoy; found close to the heart of the thriving and growing town of Crowborough it is also perfect for busy family life. Another important asset is that the location provides immediate access to wonderful countryside, it is close to the Ashdown Forest and with the station so nearby the coast and city are within easy reach too!

Natasha SelbieProperty agent

Local information

  • Sheerland is conveniently located within approximately 1.4 miles of Crowborough High Street. Crowborough enjoys a good selection of supermarkets, including Waitrose, Lidl and Morrisons,there is a good selection of cafés, restaurants, Boots chemist, hairdressers and barbers, pubs and variety of independent shops; there is good choice of primary schools in Crowborough and The Beacon Academy at secondary level. The town benefits from a Leisure Centre a private golf club at The Beacon Golf Course.
  • Sheerland is within close proximity to both the Wolfe Recreation Ground (approximately 0.2 miles on foot) and Crowborough Country Park (approximately 0.3 miles on foot). The Wheatsheaf public house is also found within approximately 0.5 miles on foot via Blackness Road.
  • The surrounding countryside includes the 6500 acres of the historic Ashdown Forest known the world over as the home of 'Winnie the Pooh' and one of the largest free public spaces in the South East. This ancient area of open heathland is the highest sandy ridge-top in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
  • Tunbridge Wells, approximately 7.8 miles away provides further comprehensive shopping, recreational and entertainment facilities with a wide variety of restaurants, cafés, bars, cinema (at Knights Park) and two theatres and mainline station.
  • Popular High Street restaurants in Tunbridge Wells include The Ivy and The Warren, and so many choices for delicious cakes, fresh bread, and coffee, Juliet's, Fine Grind, Gails and the Italian delicatessen Arte Bianca, with fresh fish and seafood at Sankey's fishmongers and so much more, with numerous shops and independent boutiques.
  • Additional Schools: Preparatory schools include Holmewood House in Langton Green, Skippers Hill in Five Ashes, Cumnor House in Danehill and co-ed senior options in Sevenoaks, Eastbourne, Upper Dicker (Bedes) and Brighton, as well as Tonbridge for boys and Mayfield School for girls.
  • Mainline rail: Crowborough train station (Jarvis Brook) is conveniently located within approximately 1.1 miles on foot, with services to London Bridge with journey times from about 69 minutes.
  • Communications: The A26 (at Crowborough) links, via the A21, to the M25 London orbital. Gatwick Airport is about 28 miles to the west. Central London is about 48 miles to the north.

Additional information

  • Outgoings: Wealden District Council
  • Currently Council Tax Band E - Improvement indicator noted. The band will be reviewed and may increase following the sale of the property.
  • Services: Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.
  • Directions: From Crowborough High Street, head towards Jarvis Brook train station on Crowborough Hill. At the roundabout, take the first exit, continuing on Crowborough Hill. In approximately half a mile, turn right on to Motargis Road and then turn left onto Luxford Road. Continue on Luxford Road, and then turn left as the road veers right, on to Blackness Road. The property can be found on your right.
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E