Case Study

Buy One of Our Stunning Homes Set in the Heart of the High Weald

Buying a home in Ticehurst means stunning countryside living, where you are surrounded by incredible views across the High Weald and plenty of open spaces to explore and enjoy.

Sitting in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Hillbury Fields is our exciting new development, featuring 30 private one, two, three and four bedroom houses, perfect for first-time buyers, downsizers and growing families alike.

Located just off the High Street, the quaint village of Ticehurst is only a two minute walk away, and offers all you could want on your doorstep. With a delightful array of shops, as well as amenities such as a village store, doctor’s surgery, post office and chemist.

There are a  number of places to eat out, including cafes and pubs – one of which is The Bell, dating back to the 14th Century, and hosts regular community events, movie nights and comedy shows.

Ticehurst has its own village club and an active busy village hall used for all sorts of events and activities – creating an interactive and supportive community.

Only 3.5 miles away, less than a ten minute drive, is the beautiful village of Wadhurst, recently named the ‘Best Place to Live’ by The Sunday Times.

Wadhurst was praised for its “good schools, convenient transport connections, an amazingly well-stocked high street and stunning scenery”. In the words of the judges, Wadhurst was said to offer “pretty much everything needed for modern life in miniature”, made even better by how stunning the area is.

With its spectacular scenery, it is no wonder outdoor activities are sought after. Nearby Bewl Water is the largest reservoir in the South East with incredible landscapes, native wildlife, and woodland adventures in 800 acres of parkland to walk, run, cycle, ride or take part in water sports including rowing, sailing, canoeing and it has an aquapark. You can also find a cafe, soft play and children’s adventure playground there.

Enjoy a round of golf at Dale Hill Golf Course and Hotel, explore Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest, a recreational and conservational arboretum, or visit the timber framed manor house Pashley Manor Gardens dating back to 1550. Alternatively, head towards Tunbridge Wells to explore Lamberhurst Village and see the National Trust’s beautiful Scotney Castle.

Show Homes Now Open
A nature lovers paradise, our exclusive development has just 30 properties encircled by ancient woodland and tranquil greenery, often visited by deer. Featuring a play area for children, an enhanced ecological wildlife area and a central pond, creating a peaceful environment.

The two show homes are now open, and available to view seven days a week. The properties have been thoughtfully designed to seamlessly blend in with Ticehurst’s historic architecture and feature rustic brick, weatherboarding and clay-tiled roofs.

The properties themselves are designed to maximise light and space, featuring contemporary handle-less, fully fitted kitchens with integrated appliances including fridge freezer, double ovens (plot specific), induction hobs, dishwasher and wine coolers (plot specific), en-suite bathrooms and built-in wardrobes to principal bedrooms.

Flooring is included throughout, with colour choices available, subject to build dates. Making the move that little bit easier, all you need to do is add your furniture. Each home has a turfed and planted front garden, Indian sandstone patio and turfed rear garden and parking.

Getting Around Is Easy
Ideally located, the A21 is a few minutes away, from which you can get to Royal Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone, the south coast and central London by road or rail.

Hastings Beach is around half an hour by car and Bluewater Shopping Centre, one of Europe’s largest outside of London, is less than an hour away. If you want more shopping and culture then Royal Tunbridge Wells is only a fifteen-minute drive with its boutiques, department stores, galleries, cinemas and theatres.

There is a railway station at Wadhurst, getting you to Hastings in around 40 minutes and to London Bridge and Charing Cross in approximately an hour.

A Place to Build a Family
There are two primary schools in Ticehurst, both rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted –Stonegate Church of England Primary School and Ticehurst and Flimwell Church of England Primary School and several more a little further afield.

For secondary school and further education, there are a number of state, independent and grammar schools as well as Uplands Community College in Wadhurst and Heathfield Community College and Sixth Form.