*** SHOW HOME NOW OEPN *** THE TULIP Three Bedroom Semi-Detached – Two Parking Spaces – Two Bathrooms – Vehicle charger – 105 sq m
The Development of 44 Homes is suitable for families of all sizes, with 2,3,4-bedroom houses available. The design included both 2 and 3 storey properties, and each one has been designed for both comfort and convenience.The internal designs vary so you can select the best property to suit your family. Some have separate family room or study and larger properties have the benefits of an en suite bathroom. All properties have their own garden space and patio doors opening to rear of the house. There is also a communal play area where children can play safely nearby, and the development is set in beautifully landscaped and secluded surroundings. Parking has been carefully considered with allocated spaces for all houses, and private garages for others, with parking for at least 2 cars for all properties.
Kitchen & Flooring
- Magnet luna range kitchen in Gloss Grey
- Laminate worktop and upstand in Alpine Graphite
- Karndean Vinyl Flooring in Grey Limed oak
- Double fan oven
- Stainless steel gas hob
- Curved Glass Extractor Hood
- 50/50 Integrated Fridge Freezer
- Heated Chrome Towel Rail
- Potterton Boiler (2-year warranty)
- Selection of Carpet choices to the living room, bedrooms, and stairs
- Wallpod EV Ready Car Charging Point available on some units
- 10-year build warranty
There are 6 Ofsted rated good schools within 1.5 miles of the development, which is also ideally situated for the main routes into Eastbourne and Hastings. From Eastbourne, there are regular train services to London and Gatwick airport.
Stone Cross is a lovely rural area in East Sussex. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, it is close to Pevensey Levels national nature reserve and the High Weald Area of Natural Beauty. The south coast is just a 15 minute drive away. The area is a perfect location for anyone who enjoys the outdoor life. The whole family can enjoy the Cuckoo Trail, which is a 14-mile-long footpath and cycleway. It runs from Hampden Park to Heathfield, passing through several delightful villages along the way. The village is also home to Stone Cross Windmill, which is now a grade II listed mill. This has been carefully restored and is a popular visitor attraction in the area. The village itself has everything you would expect for country life, with local retailers and High Street brands to cater for all your daily needs. It also has a good school and preschool, which are both close to the local park. Just a 15 minute drive away is the town of Eastbourne which combines wonderful countryside with a busy seaside resort. Eastbourne Downs is an area of 4,000 acres of farmland and downs which include the spectacular Beachy Head and lighthouse, while the town itself is a busy coastal resort. Eastbourne offers entertainment for all the family, with an art gallery, 2 cinemas and Eastbourne Bandstand provides live music events for all tastes. There are many parks and gardens throughout the town, which offer outdoor sporting facilities, walks, water sports and fishing. The town is the perfect combination of modern and rural life. Eastbourne also has several schools for children of all ages. East Sussex College has a Campus in the town, and parts of the University of Brighton are also located here.For commuters, there are regular trains to London Victoria and to Brighton.