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Archers Field is a beautifully crafted boutique development of just 10 new homes perfectly positioned in the quiet semi-rural village of Isfield just outside Lewes. With a selection of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom detached and semi-detached houses available, each of these new homes offer a subtle combination of traditional style and contemporary design and all benefit from parking and landscaped gardens.
The Archers Field Brochure
You can download the new Archers Field brochure here, or ask the agent for a copy.
Take a tour of Archers Field
Each house is built with a highly insulated, sustainably sourced timber frame and will be powered by its own individual air source heat pump feeding the under floor heating. With heat pumps giving 3kw of energy for every 1kw used, and high insulation levels, the houses at Archers Field make for an extremely energy efficient home.
Attention to detail
Signature kitchens with painted, shaker style units, stone worktops and branded appliances. Fully fitted luxury bathrooms with ceramic tiles. Lime Oak flooring to the ground floor and high quality carpets fitted to the upstairs. All of the houses have access from their living spaces onto impressive landscaped rear gardens. Selected houses further benefit from balconies to the main bedrooms.
Welcome to Isfield
Isfield is a charming village perfectly positioned on the outskirts of the South Downs National Park around 4 miles north of Lewes and around 4 miles south of Uckfield. The name Archers field is driven by the active history of the village, which originally grew adjacent to the ford where the London to Lewes Way Roman road crossed the river River Ouse.
During the Saxon & Norman eras, a Norman castle motte was built on the river bank near the church to guard the crossing. It is rumoured that King Harold spent the night before the Battle of Hastings in the village.
A popular feature of the village is the award winning pub, The Laughing Fish which serves a fabulous selection of local ales and home cooked food. The pub is reputed to have started life as a chapel when it was built in the 1860s.
As you enter the village you can’t miss the fully restored Victorian train station The Lavender Line. As well as operating trips there is a pretty Tea room, gift shop and children play area and picnic spot. Situated just outside the South Downs National Park, Isfield is hugely popular with walkers as there is and excellent variety of local walks across The South Downs, Ashdown Forest and the High Weald.
Station Road, Isfield, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 5XD
Isfield is well serviced by the number 29 bus with a regular service going directly to Lewes, Uckfield, Brighton and Tunbridge Wells. Nearby Lewes and Uckfield both offer excellent train links.
TRAIN TIMES FROM LEWES
Brighton - 16 minutes
London Victoria - 65 minutes
Gatwick - 31 minutes
Haywards Heath - 16 minutes
Seaford - 17 minutes
Eastbourne - 20 minutes
TRAIN TIMES FROM UCKFIELD
Crowborough - 11 minutes
East Croyden - 63 minutes
London Bridge - 82 minutes
A Development By
Lavender Homes is an innovative company formed with a desire, passion and commitment to building superbly designed, high quality and sustainable homes in the South East of England.
The company aims to deliver small boutique developments to offer a higher level of fit, finish and appliances than traditional main stream housebuilders, but at a similar cost. Sustainability is at the heart of what they do and all of their projects involve the use of sustainable materials and renewable energy sources in order to create homes that are not only beautiful, but are cost efficient to run. The regeneration of brownfield and disused sites is a key focus of their developments.
Please Note: The external CGI images are designed to give an idea of how the building is expected to look when finished. CGI enhanced in order to show how we expect certain areas to look, details are subject to change so, any perspective purchaser should arrange a viewing prior to making an offer.