Homes for sale in Uckfield: A BETTER WAY OF LIFE AT EVERSFIELD
11 May 2011
With research demonstrating that rural dwellers can live up to two years longer than those who live in towns, there’s no better reason to view the latest collection of premium properties released for sale at the Eversfield development, which sit adjacent to rolling open countryside in Uckfield.
Developed by renowned homebuilder, Charles Church, the two, three and four bedroom homes have been eagerly awaited by several first time buyers, families and executives all looking for somewhere special to call home.
“There are so many benefits associated with living in rural areas,” states Edward Owens, managing director for Charles Church South East. “From cleaner air, wide open green spaces and the availability of exercise such as walking, hiking and biking on your doorstep, it’s no wonder that people who choose to live in rural areas have a better quality of life.”
Edward adds: “Our selection of houses at Eversfield sit adjacent to beautiful woodland and countryside, making them some of the most desirable luxury new build properties in the area and for this reason I don’t believe they’ll remain for sale for long.”
Purchasers at Eversfield will benefit from the best of both worlds, as not only is the development in a wonderful location in Uckfield, but residents will also be situated just a short half mile walk from the heart of the town.
The homes for sale in Uckfield start from £209,500 for the two bedroom Firle design. For househunters looking to be in their beautiful new surroundings sooner rather than later and are struggling to find a purchaser for their existing property, Charles Church’s acclaimed Part Exchange scheme is on offer.
Eversfield is located in the southern borders of Uckfield, just a few minutes from the thriving town centre. Steeped in local history, Uckfield hosts a fine selection of amenities including a farmer’s market, a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs as well as a number of reputable primary and secondary schools.
For commuters the City is accessible via Uckfield’s train station which connects to London Bridge Station. Via road, the town is connected to Tunbridge Wells, Crawley, Brighton and Eastbourne.