Prices from £420,000 - £1,250,000
Built in 1855 Lillesden House is a Grade II listed former school which has been tastefully transformed into 14 exclusive apartments.
Undergoing careful restoration, each of the apartments have been individually designed to retain their own character, preserving the beauty of the many period features inherent within the fabric of this elegant building.
Overlooking miles of beautiful undulating Kentish countryside, Lillesden House is elevated above 200 acres of parkland, forest and ponds, as well as extensive formal landscaped tiered garden.
This attention to detail is matched only by the specification, which has been finished to the very highest of standards and feature impeccably designed kitchens fitted with state-of-the-art appliances. The spacious living areas have been designed with entertaining in mind, while the sumptuous bedrooms and opulent bathrooms provide a luxurious sanctuary.
The result is elegant modern interior design that perfectly complements the traditional quality of the architectural surroundings.
Bedrooms: 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
Location: Hawkhurst, Kent
Travel links: Just 2.3 miles from the A21 for links to London. Trains to London and Hastings are accessible from Robertsbridge.
Parking: One allocated space per apartment plus visitor parking.
Developer: Sandhill Homes
Architect: Briffa Phillips
Development: 14 homes
Development address: Hastings Road, Hawkhurst, Kent, TN18 4QG
Local Authority: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
Building insurance: Premier
Completion: April 2016
Estimated ground rent: £300 per annum
Amenities: The estate is located a mere 0.3 miles from the desirable Moor area of Hawkhurst. Set around the pretty village green is The Eight Bells Pub and a combined post office and village store, selling all the day-to-day essentials.
Nearby, Hawkhurst High street, with its attractive colonnade area, is a bustling cornucopia of independent boutiques and grocery stores, in addition to a small supermarket and public library. Hawkhurst is also served by many popular restaurants and pubs, the most notable of which are The Great House and The Queen’s Inn, serving gastro-inspired food.