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The external aesthetic appeal of a property has become increasingly important in homebuyers’ decisions when purchasing the perfect family home. In a survey by Barclays Mortgages, it was revealed that most house-hunters only take, on average, 10 seconds to decide whether or not they like a property simply from its external appearance.[1] Impressive design is a component that award-winning Millwood Designer Homes is synonymous with and have showcased this at their Lavender Fields development in Isfield, East Sussex. All of the homes have been crafted with the highest attention to detail, lending the appearance of a traditional English village, complementing its idyllic location.

Millwood Designer Homes has created a sense of historical character at Lavender Fields, designing a new village environment with the appearance of one that is from 200 years ago.  Offering a selection of houses that each add to the unique village character and setting, the development consists of 39 homes, including a grand manor house, opulent farm and oast houses, and a selection of bespoke family homes. The available properties include a home that has been designed to appear as a former Dairy building which has been  converted into a cottage, the new Manor House redeveloped as five luxury apartments and the appearance of barns which have been converted into weather-boarded five bedroom family homes, Linton House and The Stanford.

Phillip Brown, Sales Director at Millwood Designer Homes, comments: “At Lavender Fields, we set out to create homes that blend seamlessly into their beautiful country surroundings. By carrying out a detailed site assessment and evaluation of Isfield, we were able to replicate and design properties that represent the historical evolution of the village.All of the homes reflect the areas rich architecture however the different designs and layouts provide purchasers with a choice of new homes that offer distinct identity.Those searching for a beautiful family home, should get in contact or visit the show home soon to avoid possible disappointment.”

Linton House, one of the five bedroom properties boasts an abundance of space for all the family. The ground floor is home to a spacious open plan kitchen and breakfast area, complete with a breakfast bar and utility room. There is a generously sized separate living room and dining room, as well as a study. Two sets of French doors open out to the garden and feature bay windows at the front of the house, ensure the home is flooded with natural light.Upstairs, the master bedroom features large fitted wardrobes and en-suite. A further four bedrooms are located on this floor, one with an en-suite bathroom with stylish white sanitary ware and chrome accessories.

Meanwhile, The Stanford is a beautifully designed five bedroom, three storey home, with thoughtful detailing throughout. Perfect for family living, there is a laundry room at the front of the house, an open plan kitchen and breakfast area, as well as a separate dining room and living room. The kitchen is fitted with stylish wall and floor units and feature a host of integrated appliances. Similarly, the bathrooms, en-suites and cloakrooms all feature elegant white suites, with stylish chrome fittings.

The first floor is home to four bedrooms, including the master suite and a family bathroom. The second floor features a generously sized bedroom, with large wardrobe space and en-suite. A home office completes this level, featuring a fully self-servicing study area, ideal for parents who work from home.

Isfield is a quintessential English village surrounded by beautiful countryside in Weald, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. To take advantage of the scenery, there are walkways, cycle and horse riding paths throughout the South Downs National Park. Despite its rural position, all day-to-day essentials are still on hand, while neighbouring towns Uckfield and Lewes are within easy reach of Lavender Fields, providing residents with a wealth of facilities and amenities to choose from.

For easy access to the city, there is a direct train service that runs from Haywards Heath to London Victoria up to four times an hour. By road, the A26 nearby links to the A21 for London and the M25 via Tunbridge Wells, whilst the A27 in Lewes provides links to Brighton at just 15 miles from Isfield. For those that fly frequently, Gatwick airport is within easy reach, taking approximately 45 minutes by car.


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