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Cobnut Close, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 2LD

01732 363633

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PLOT OF THE MONTH Home 1 at The Oaks, Sissinghurst, - READY TO MOVE INTO - a beautiful 3 bedroom semi-detached new home built by Canham Homes. *Visit our fabulous SHOW HOME*


*Open Friday - Monday, 10 am to 4pm*

Home 1 is a stunning 3-bedroom semi-detached property with parking for two cars in a sought after location.

Statuesque and unmistakably English, the houses at The Oaks reflect the qualities of their tree namesake. Choose from 9 three-, four- and five-bedroom houses that form a private cul-de-sac setting off Common Road in Sissinghurst. Architectural influences have been drawn from the picturesque locale, with red brick, weatherboarding and pitched roofs echoing centuries of traditional Kentish housebuilding. The street scene is softened by the retention of mature trees and the addition of nature-friendly soft landscaping, while every home has at least two off-street parking spaces as standard.

Originally called Milkhouse Street, the village was rumoured to have changed its name to Sissinghurst in the 1850s to disassociate itself from the notorious Hawkhurst Gang of smugglers. Today, the village is chosen for its semi-rural charm, position within the highly desirable
Cranbrook School catchment and its vastly unchanged character. That character is upheld by an abundance of listed weatherboarded cottages, listed weatherboarded cottages and timber-framed houses, giving Sissinghurst a sought-after ‘step back in time’ quality.

While Sissinghurst is a well-preserved piece of history, it contains all the conveniences required for modern life. As well as a primary school, there is a village hall, Trinity Church, TN17 Food & Wine, a Post Office, Sissinghurst Cricket Club, The Granary Restaurant at Sissinghurst Castle and The Milk House – the village’s very own gastropub and dining room. The latter is a real neighbourhood hub, renowned for its roast dinners, pizzas, live music and dog-friendly bar.

Perched on the north eastern fringe of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a firm favourite on the ‘Garden of England’ tour, Sissinghurst is home to some of Kent’s most majestic landscapes. Ancient woodlands, fields and orchards stretch as far as the eye can see – best enjoyed by following an accessible network of public footpaths and pre-set trails. Sissinghurst Castle Garden is the village’s jewel in the
crown – a world renowned National Trust location famed for its natural beauty and horticultural importance. A panoramic view of the immaculate gardens, and of the spectacular Wealden countryside, is gained from the tower – a structure that’s straight out of a fairy tale setting.
Sissinghurst enjoys equally illustrious neighbours, with Scotney Castle, Hole Park Gardens, Great Dixter, Leeds Castle and Pashley Manor Gardens a short drive for those who want to continue their love of Kentish landscapes.

By foot
• Sissinghurst Primary School 2 minutes
• Sissinghurst Village Hall 5 minutes
• The Milk House 6 minutes
• TN17 Food & Wine 6 minutes
• Sissinghurst Cricket Club 7 minutes
• Cranbrook School 35 minutes

By car
• Sissinghurst Castle Garden 1.4 miles
• Staplehurst train station 4.4.miles
• Headcorn train station 6 miles
• The Pantiles, Tunbridge Wells 15 miles
• Rye 17.8 miles
• Sevenoaks 24 miles

By train
• Ashford International 18 minutes
• Tonbridge 18 minutes
• Canterbury West 41 minutes
• London Bridge 50 minutes
• London Cannon Street 58 minutes
• London Charing Cross 61 minute

For a small village, Sissinghurst offers exceptional educational choices. As well as the ‘good’ Ofsted rated Sissinghurst CofE Primary School, the village lies in the sought-after priority catchment of Cranbrook School. Families also have some of the country’s leading independent schools at their disposal, with Benenden, Bethany and Dulwich Prep all within a short drive – the latter currently expanding to accommodate students up to year 11.

A wider range of facilities are available at neighbouring Cranbrook – a market town presided over by one of England’s best surviving and tallest smock windmills. It’s a distinctive legacy of the area’s agricultural past and is now open as a living museum. Independent traders and family businesses thrive in Cranbrook – from fashion boutiques, cafés and a butcher, to tea rooms, a bakery and farm shops. The High Street is supported by a useful cast of amenities, including a library, The Queen’s Hall Theatre, Cranbrook Museum, dental and GP surgeries, The Weald Sports Centre and The Hive, which is a flexible co-working space with hot desks, meeting rooms and a public coffee lounge.

Sissinghurst lies in the borough of Tunbridge Wells and it’s only a short drive to experience the town’s vast array of opportunities. The Pantiles remains a premium destination – rich with boutiques, wine bars and restaurants, and home to the famous jazz festival. The atmosphere moves up a notch when you add in Tunbridge Wells’s two theatres, The Amelia Scott cultural hub, live music venues and plush hotels. There’s also fine dining restaurants, an indoor shopping centre and escape rooms, creating a destination deserving a full day out. A wider range of facilities are available at neighbouring Cranbrook – a market town presided over by one of England’s best surviving and tallest smock windmills. It’s a distinctive legacy of the area’s agricultural past and is now open as a living museum. Independent traders and family businesses thrive in Cranbrook – from fashion boutiques, cafés and a butcher, to tea rooms, a bakery and farm shops. The High Street is supported by a useful cast of amenities, including a library, The Queen’s Hall Theatre, Cranbrook Museum, dental and GP surgeries, The Weald Sports Centre and The Hive, which is a flexible co-working space with hot desks, meeting rooms and a public coffee lounge.

Hawkhurst is a neighbouring village worth a visit. Here you’ll find a Waitrose, a Tesco, The Great House country pub, a pretty colonnade of independent shops and the Kino Digital Cinema – one of the quirkiest places to catch a movie. Tenterden is another must-visit. Its bustling High Street, regular market, summer festivals and steam railway are big draws, as are the vineyards that border the village – Chapel Down, Harbourne and Biddenden included.

White panel internal doors and polished chrome door handles throughout. While both floors are heated by a gas fired central heating system with combi boiler.

Hallway, with under stairs cupboard, leading to kitchen/dining room, living room and W/C.

An open plan room with single aspect window. The modern contemporary kitchen features integrated appliances including fridge-freezer, oven, induction hob, dishwasher and washer/dryer. The room is lit by energy efficient downlighters and under unit LED lights.

This room benefits from a bay window, further window and French doors leading to turfed garden with Indian stone patio. Other features include fitted TV and BT telephone points.

Roca white sanitaryware, Vado chrome fittings, heated towel rail and flooring.

Landing, with front aspect window, leading to the three bedrooms and family bathroom.

Duel aspect bedroom with built in Gooding sliding mirrored wardrobe. Also included are TV and BT telephone points.

Roca white sanitaryware with Vado chrome fittings and stylish heated chrome towel rail. Other features include a vanity unit, shaver point and energy efficient downlighters. Polyflor flooring is also included.

Roca white sanitaryware with Vado chrome fittings and stylish heated chrome towel rail. Other features include a vanity unit, shaver point and energy efficient downlighters. Polyflor flooring is also included.

Landscaped front garden with Indian stone footpath and turfed side garden with outside tap and Indian stone patio. Other key features include, off road parking with EV charging point, integrated solar panels to the roof and coach light to front and rear.

External images and non dressed images are of the advertised property. Internal dressed images and garden images are of the show home.

We are sales and marketing agents for new homes. Whilst we endeavour to ensure our sales details/adverts/on-line representations etc. Are both accurate and a true reflection of the development or individual property being marketed, certain information is provided from the outset to us by our developer client and we are reliant upon the same. Therefore, we recommend that if any items/points are of particular importance please raise these with the sales team so that confirmation or verification can be sought from our developer client. Please also be aware that floor plans are a visual guide to show where rooms are situated within the property and all measurements given are approximate. Some floor plans indicate location of where wardrobes, beds, furniture etc. May be placed and unless separately stated do not form part of the specification. Our developer client may amend the specification or make changes to the layouts during the build up until the property is complete. Whilst we aim to keep our marketing material as up to date as possible, we may not always be immediately aware of these changes if we have not been updated by our developer client.


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