Homebuyers hoping to find a property of distinction in the south east should act quickly to bag one of the few remaining refurbished apartments at Mayfield Grange, a luxury development of a Grade II-listed former college in the East Sussex countryside. The Great Hall and Chapel of the Victorian Gothic building have been converted into spacious and beautifully appointed properties priced from £515,000, from leading regional housebuilder Weston Homes.
There has been no compromise on quality on these properties, which have generously proportioned layouts and a high-quality specification with exceptional kitchens and bathrooms, restored architectural features and plenty of storage space. Set in 20 acres of grounds, Mayfield Grange boasts some extensive views over the East Sussex countryside and residents also have use of an exclusive gym on site.
Bob Weston, chairman and chief executive of Weston Homes, says: "Lots of people struggle when downsizing to an apartment, whether it's a case of their furniture being too big to fit into the home or simply a lack of storage space, but in The Great Hall at Mayfield Grange, you won't encounter any of these problems. These luxurious apartments provide the ultimate in superlative living, with each benefiting from a unique and spacious layout of over 2,000 sq ft, which is perfect to meet the demands of residents' lifestyles."
These refurbished new homes in East Sussex are complemented with a range of new-build properties that have been designed to fit in perfectly with the period buildings on the site. One family home is still available, a four-bedroom, two-bathroom semi-detached house with double garage in an enviable woodland setting, priced £525,000. The final phase of new-build apartments has also been released, offering the chance to enjoy the exclusive location from just £350,000.
The development is close to the historic village of Mayfield, near the Kent border and just 15 minutes from Royal Tunbridge Wells, itself a splendidly preserved historic town as well as the main shopping destination for the area. Nearby transport links include the A22 and A26 as well as rail services from Crowborough, Wadhurst and Tunbridge Wells.