Tonbridge Kent TN12 Windmill Hill, Brenchley
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An exciting opportunity to create 'Grand Design' style home on this lovely plot.
In a quiet village location, this lovely leafy building plot has planning permission to create a contemporary house of circa 3450 sqft. With elevations that give a nod to Kent’s famous Oast houses, this clever design interplays the light-filled interior courtyard with the garden space in a way that puts in mind Japanese domestic architecture.
Planning Ref 22/ 01747 /FULL Copy and paste link in browser Link https://twbcpa.midkent.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=RD7MLATYG2Z00
The designer is John Bullock of John Bullock Design 01892 525 732 www.johnbullockdesign.com
This property has 0.5 acres of land.
Communications are fantastic. Paddock Wood (2.5 miles) has a mainline station, services from 52 minutes to Charing Cross and Cannon Street. Four miles away is the A21 dual-carriageway which links directly to the M25 London orbital motorway and thereby the national motorway network, Gatwick and Heathrow airports.
Education- There’s an excellent range of schooling options in the area both in the private and state sectors, also highly-rated Grammar schools in Tunbridge Wells and elsewhere in Kent.
Situated in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural beauty, This popular village offers a post office and doctors’ surgery, along with a fine church, primary school, pub and sports club. The area is extremely well-served generally including a large Waitrose under 3 miles away and in Royal Tunbridge Wells (7 miles) two theatres, a multiplex cinema, health clubs, restaurants, cafes, bars and hotels and a multitude of excellent shops.
Impressive communications - Paddock Wood has a mainline station offering a service to Charing Cross in about 52 minutes.
There’s an excellent range of schooling options in the area both in the private and state sectors also highly-rated Grammar schools in Tunbridge Wells and elsewhere in Kent.
Leisure activities in the area include riding and walking in the surrounding countryside, golf ant a number of interesting courses in the locality.
From the centre of the village and opposite the historic parish church of 'All Saints' bear left into Windmill Hill then first right into Broadoak both plots will found shorly affter the intiall bend on the left hand sideRead more
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