Published: 06:00, 15 February 2021
You'll have the best of both worlds if you snap up one of the last two remaining properties at a bijou new development in Cranbrook.
Greycoats Place is both within walking distance of the town centre while also backing onto open countryside.
So whether you want the bustle of a sought-after market town, or the peace that comes with rural living, the development of seven three, four and five-bedroom homes has it.
The first residents have moved in and if you want to join them, there is the four-bedroom Bathurst House on Plot 1 with its large garden, modern appliances and under floor heating still available.
The five-bedroom Stringer House at Plot 7, which is also still on the market, has an open plan kitchen/diner as well as a separate study - ideal for working from home or home schooling.
Both properties come with a utility room and either garages or double parking bays as well as fully landscaped front and rear gardens with patio areas.
The homes have been built by family builders the Jarvis family, who can trace their building heritage back to at least 1649, making them one of the oldest known house-building families in the country.
David Sercombe of Savills Cranbrook said: “Greycoats Place has been built and finished to an exceptional standard with high level specifications that include Krieder bespoke luxury kitchens with painted solid wood doors, quartz worktops and Siemens appliances.”
The homes, which are priced from £699,000, have been built using the traditional block and brick construction along with traditional features including open eaves, tile hung or timber clad facades, Sussex fencing, and, in some cases, wood burners and are in the catchment area for Cranbrook School.
Savills is operating a virtual viewing first approach. To book one, contact Savills Cranbrook on 01580 721005.