Turners Green, Heathfield, East Sussex, TN21 9RA | Property for sale | Savills
1,401 sq ft(130.16 sq m)
Guide price £635,000

Turners GreenHeathfield, East Sussex, TN21 9RA


    Key features

    • Situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
    • Large garage, multiple outbuildings and sheds
    • Garden room with electricity providing a useful home office
    • Glorious mature gardens totalling about 0.2 acres
    • In the sought-after hamlet of Turners Green
    • Within walking distance of Rushlake Green (approximately 0.8 miles)

    A charming, semi-detached, three bedroom cottage on this country lane near the popular village of Rushlake Green

    About this property

    • Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on a country lane in the desirable hamlet of Turners Green, The Dwellings is an attractive, traditional, tile-hung cottage that has been updated and extended over the years to provide spacious family accommodation with an abundance of character and charm throughout, including exposed timber beams, feature fireplaces and ledge and braced doors.

      Approached via a pretty cottage garden with a brick pathway, the entrance hall opens onto a cosy snug, fitted with a decorative cast iron fireplace and useful storage cupboard. An open arch leads into the attractive dining room which adjoins the kitchen and offers an ideal space for entertaining. Fitted with hand painted shaker-style base and wall units, the kitchen benefits from Amtico herringbone flooring with electric underfloor heating throughout, together with an integrated dishwasher and an electric 'Esse' range style cooker. An adjoining utility room provides space for a washer/dryer, and opens onto the stylish wc.

      Fitted with a wood burning stove, the sitting room enjoys French doors opening onto the garden, whilst a further reception room provides flexible accommodation that can be arranged to suit, perhaps as a study, ideal for today's working from home requirements.

      Upstairs, the principal bedroom benefits from an outlook over the garden and adjoins bedroom two, offering an ideal space for a nursery or dressing room. Bedroom three provides space for a double bed, with far-reaching views across the opposite fields. All bedrooms are served by the stylish family bathroom which has been redesigned to provide a freestanding roll-top bath and a separate sizeable walk-in shower, with a velux window above providing an abundance of light, together with recess storage cabinets, a basin and wc.

      The Dwellings has the added benefit of generous outbuildings in the form of a large garage with two parking spaces in front, leading onto two sizeable workrooms. There are two further storage outbuildings, accessed directly from the garden, together with an outdoor 'home office' fitted with light and electric heating.

      The generous garden has been landscaped by our clients to create a range of areas to enjoy, including a circular terrace with a pergola entwined with various climbers, a further decked seating area with a summer house, and a pergola walkway leading onto the vegetable garden with raised beds. Mature, herbaceous boarders offer bursts of colour throughout the year.

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    This house enjoys an enviable location being a short distance to all that Rushlake Green has to offer, notably the Horse and Groom pub for a delicious Sunday roast!

    Mike ChurchillProperty agent

    Local information

    • Found in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Dwellings is situated on a country lane in Turners Green, found between Three Cups Corner and Rushlake Green.
    • Rushlake Green, within approximately 0.8 miles, enjoys an excellent village store, which sells local farm produce, together with The Horse and Groom Public House which has recently taken new ownership. Events are also held on the village green throughout the year giving a lovely sense of community.
    • The nearby East Sussex village of Dallington has an array of charming character properties and a well regarded local Church of England Primary School. Dallington is located approximately 7.6 miles to the west of Battle and approximately 4.6 miles east of Heathfield and occupies high ground offering quite amazing views to the south and the west. This is a small village, with the beautiful parish church of St Giles, which is Grade II* listed, an active Village Hall which has a 'Library café' and hosts regular groups including an Art Club, Book Club, Poetry Group, new Villagers' Group and History Group.
    • Woods Corner, within approximately 2.3 miles, also enjoys the Swan Inn and a Post Office stores, which sells essential provisions. More comprehensive amenities are available in Heathfield and Battle and, further afield, are the main towns of Lewes and Tunbridge Wells, all reached within approximately 19 miles.
    • Private and State Schools: There are many highly regarded schools in the area, including Dallington Primary school in the village and Heathfield Community college at secondary level. Preparatory schools include Vine Hall, Claremont, St Ronans, Marlborough House and Battle Abbey and at senior level, Battle Abbey, Claremont (Bodiam), Eastbourne, Brighton and Bedes in Upper Dicker.
    • Mainline rail: Stonegate station is approximately 8.8 miles to the north, providing regular commuter services to London.
    • Communication: The A21 at Hurst Green provides access to the M25 and other motorway networks serving the Channel Tunnel and the coast, as well as Heathrow and Gatwick airports.

    Additional information

    • Local Authority: Wealden District Council
    • Tax Band: Currently E rated - Please note there is an improvement indicator noted. The band will be reviewed and may increase following the sale of the property.
    • Services: Mains water and electricity. Private drainage and oil central heating.
    • Directions: From Heathfield High Street, head towards Broad Oak turning right on to Battle Road opposite SE Tyres. Continue on Battle Road, and then turn right on to Middle Lane, just before the old Three Cups Corner Inn. Follow Middle Lane around the bend towards Rushlake Green, and The Dwellings will be found on your left.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E