SALE AGREED: Old Crown Place is an exclusive development of eight luxury homes comprising of two and three bedroom properties, built to the highest specification that MJD designer homes are renowned for.
Old Crown Place is an exclusive development of eight luxury homes comprising of two and three bedroom properties, built to the highest specification that MJD are renowned for.
The peaceful, elevated hamlet of Blackboys is set in the heart of stunning Sussex countryside, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with beautiful views across a wooded valley. It's name is associated with a long and ancient history of charcoal burning.
It is believed that the majority of the charcoal was used by nearby Buxted foundry where it is believed that the first iron cannon in England was made in 1543.
The Blackboys Inn is a popular gastropub within the village boasting award winning gardens and is recognised as one of the prettiest pubs in the South East. Originally a coaching inn, dating back to the 14th century, it was frequented by the charcoal industry workers.
Blackboys is also home to a village hall, a boutique family run vineyard, a cricket club and Blackboys Church of England Primary school which is a small, high achieving school situated in the heart of the village. Further afield, yet within easy reach, there is a great choice of well regarded independent and state primary and secondary schools and colleges.
The East Sussex countryside has an abundance of picturesque villages, award winning pubs and restaurants and vast open spaces including The Ashdown Forest and The South Downs National Park, both offering mils and miles of footpaths, bridleways and stunning views across the Sussex countryside, perfect for walking, cycling and horse riding. For golfers, there are an abundance of impressive local golf courses to choose from.
Glyndebourne has been home to the world class and much celebrated Glyndebourne Opera Festival since 1934, and runs during the summer months from May to August, attracting audiences from far and wide.
The Sussex countryside is home to a number of historic castles and stunning National Trust properties and gardens which are dotted around the area down to the South Coast.
The county town of Lewes offers historic charm and a variety of independent and high street shopping. Its medieval streets, ancient churches and tiny twittens are home to independent retailers, bookshops, boutiques and antique centres that sit alongside individual craft workshops, restaurants, cafés, pubs and contemporary art galleries. Lewes is also home to Harvey's Brewery and subtle aromas waft across the High Street on brewing days. The medieval Lewes Castle occupies a commanding position with fantastic views.
For the bright lights, visit the bohemian and cosmopolitan city of Brighton & Hove on the South Coast. Stroll along the promenade, sample its trendy restaurants, explore the quirky shops of the North Laine and look out for the annual Brighton Fringe, the largest annual arts festival in England and one of the largest fringe festivals in the world.
3.67m x 2.26m (12'0" x 7'5")
6.29m x 4.56m (20'7" x 14'11")
4.51m x 2.55m (14'9" x 8'4")
4.56m x 2.65m (14'11" x 8'8")
3.36m x 1.91m (11'0" x 6'3")