Coronation Cottages, Robertsbridge TN32 5PE, UK
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Property Cafe Bexhill Office is delighted to Offer For Sale This Beautifully Presented 1st Floor Purpose Built Maisonette with benefits to note that include: A Private Entrance Porch & Inner Door with stairs to the First Floor * Immaculate & Modern Decor Throughout * A Lovely Dual Aspect Lounge-Diner with a Central Fireplace * Modern Fitted Kitchen & Bathroom * Stunning Far Reaching Rural Views * Lovely Landscaped Private Rear Garden * Decked Patio & Central Lawn with Large Timber Summer House * Central Heated & Double Glazed * Lovely Semi-Rural Location * Lovely Front & Rear Gardens * Gated Drive & Block Paved Parking Area * Located Close To Robertsbridge Village & Access To Both The Mainline Railway Station & The Main A21 Road To Tunbridge Wells & M25 * This Is A Stunning One Bedroom First Floor Maisonette with A Long Lease & Low Outgoings: For Additional Details Or To Arrange to view Please Call Our Sales Team on Location: The property is situtaed on the Northern outskirts of the village in a quiet cul-de-sac location yet as you will note the apartment is still within easy reach of both Robertsbridge Mainline Stauion & indeed the A21 main road that runs South To North giving easy access to Hastings, Tunbridg Wells & of course London (M25).
Robertsbridge area itself is stunning Sussex village in the civil parish of Salehurst and Robertsbridge, and the Rother district of East Sussex and is approximately 10 miles (16 km) north of Hastings and 13 miles (21 km) south-east of Royal Tunbridge Wells.
The River Rother flows through it & a market charter was granted to Robertsbridge in the 13th century and the town prospered and grew as shown by the number of surviving timber framed houses, the oldest dating back to 1390. The parish church of St Mary the Virgin is mentioned in the Domesday Book and lies across the valley in Salehurst, opposite the remains of Robertsbridge Abbey, which is privately owned.