Aerial View
1,954 sq ft(181.53 sq m)
Guide price £275,000

The Building Plot At Robin HillFielden Road, Crowborough, East Sussex, TN6 1TR

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Highly desirable location
  • West facing plot
  • Full planning permission
  • Private road
  • Close to Ashdown Forest

A highly desirable west facing plot with full planning permission to build a new home on one of Crowborough's sought after private roads

About this property

  • Wealden District Council planning application WD/2016/2583/F granted 22 Dec 2016 (Note: plot size offered differs from the plot as detailed in the planning application).

    The plot at Robin Hill falls gently westwards from Fielden Road, one of Crowborough's most desirable addresses. Planning consent is for the erection of a detached 2/3 bedroom house that sits into the sloping ground with its' entrance hall set midway between the upper and lower floors.

    Designed with access to the garden in mind, the proposed house makes use of modern bi-fold doors to connect with the outside. The orientation of the property ensures it will gain maximum benefit from light throughout the day, and maintains a good degree of privacy from its neighbours.

Excellent opportunity to build in this favoured road on The Warren at a modest cost.

Robert JacobsProperty agent

Local information

  • The property lies about 1 mile from Crowborough town centre, with its excellent amenities including Waitrose, Morrisons and Tesco, as well as many independent stores. Tunbridge Wells is about 8 miles to the north east with a comprehensive range of facilities, shopping, restaurants and entertainment.
  • Crowborough's proximity to The Ashdown Forest is a particular benefit to the area. One of the largest free public access spaces in the South East, Ashdown Forest is a great place for walking and enjoying spectacular views over the Sussex countryside and is known the world over as the 'home' of Winnie-the-Pooh.
  • The Forest is at the heart of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has national and international protection because of its wildlife. Nearly two thirds of its 6,500 acres (2,500 hectares) are heathland, amounting to 2.5% of the UK's extent of this rare habitat.
  • Private and state schools: Crowborough: a choice of primary schools and the Beacon Academy at secondary level. Preparatories in Danehill (Cumnor House), Forest Row (Ashdown House), Ashurstwood (Brambletye) and Langton Green (Holmewood House). Independent secondaries in Mayfield, Upper Dicker (Bedes), Ardingly, Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Eastbourne.
  • Mainline rail: Eridge (3.9 miles) or Crowborough (at Jarvis Brook 3 miles) for London Bridge. Tunbridge Wells (8 miles) for London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street.
  • Communications: The A26 at Crowborough joins the A21 to the north of Tunbridge Wells which links to the M25 London orbital motorway and thereby to the national motorway network, Heathrow and Gatwick airports and the Channel Tunnel terminus.
  • Services: Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are available in Fielden Road.

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/resident/planning_and_building_control/planning_policy/communityinfrastructurelevy
  • Directions: From central Tunbridge Wells, head out of town on the A26 towards Eridge and Crowborough. On reaching the crossroads in Crowborough town centre continue south for about 0.5 miles, then turn right onto Warren Road. Follow Warren Road for 0.4 miles, crossing Rannoch Road, then left into Fielden Road. Robin Hill will be found within a few hundred yards on the right.
  • EPC Exempt