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Dandara to launch homes in 'fairytale' setting in Crowborough
Buyers will soon be able to reserve the first homes at Dandara South East’s Pearmain Place in East Sussex, offering them a rare opportunity to purchase a home in this idyllic countryside setting.
Pearmain Place will feature 65 three, four and five bedroom private homes when complete, close to Ashdown Forest which inspired A.A. Milne’s classic adventures of Winnie the Pooh.
Bounded by hedgerows, trees and woodland, the development will offer large open green spaces, natural habitats for wildlife and landscaped areas. It will include some of Dandara’s most sought-after housetypes. Guide prices start from £420,000.
Buyers who would like to register interest in the new properties ahead of the official Autumn launch should call Dandara’s sales team on 01892 349096 for further information.
Louise Norman, Sales and Marketing Director, for Dandara South East said: “We are just weeks away from the official off-plan launch of the homes at Pearmain Place and we would urge prospective buyers to get in touch now to avoid missing out on their dream home. There has been a lot of interest since we first announced we were building in the area, particularly from people who grew up there and moved away for work but have always yearned to come home.
“There really is something magical and timeless about this part of the world and it is a wonderful place for people who love nature, there is so much to see and so many places to explore. Spending time in this part of the world is the perfect antidote to the stress of everyday life.”
The first properties are expected to be ready to move into in Spring 2024. Dandara will also be launching Pearmain Place’s sister development in Crowborough, Braeburn Fields very soon.
Set to be popular with homebuyers, Pearmain Place is ideally located for commuters, close to the A26, 8 miles from Royal Tunbridge Wells and 33 miles south of London. For those who love the seaside, Eastbourne is around 26 miles drive away.
It is only a short drive from Crowborough train station with regular services to Uckfield and London. Crowborough itself has a wide range of local independent shops, restaurants, a Tesco Superstore and a Sainsbury’s local, a post office, health centre and a range of primary and secondary schools. There’s lots to do for sports lovers with a popular leisure centre with swimming pool, riding school, Crowborough Beacon Golf Club, local football and running clubs.
Ashdown Forest is minutes away from the development, with more than 6,500 acres of ancient heathland to explore and is home to rare species of wildlife and plants. A.A. Milne lived on the edge of the Forest and wrote stories about his explorations with his young son, Christopher Robin. Walshes Park is also close-by.
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