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Millwood Designer Homes, a Tonbridge-based homebuilder, has scooped another prestigious award for its outstanding Lavender Fields development in Isfield, East Sussex. At the Sussex Heritage Trust Awards ceremony, held at Pangdean Old Barn in Pyecombe on Wednesday 4 July, Millwood Designer Homes was presented with the award for Large Scale Residential Development 2018.

The Sussex Heritage Trust is a registered charity aiming to preserve, improve and encourage the appreciation of the architectural and natural heritage of Sussex. The awards, in their 20th year, recognises and celebrates high quality conservation, restoration and new built projects across the county.

Philip Brown, Sales Director at Millwood Designer Homes, comments: “We are thrilled one of our developments has been crowned with a Large Scale Residential Award this year. Lavender Fields is an extraordinary project and we are delighted the judges were impressed by beauty and quality of the homes. We are extremely proud of Lavender Fields and to win this award, celebrating the 20th year of the Sussex Heritage Trust awards, is a huge honour.”

Holding a strong reputation throughout the South East for creating high-quality new homes that sit comfortably in their surroundings, complimenting and enhancing the area, Millwood Designer Homes’ developments combine period charm with all the benefits of the latest advance in construction and energy efficient technology.

Lavender Fields has been designed with the appearance of a natural extension to the village of Isfield, which has established organically over time. Designed to preserve the heritage of the village, the development features a variety of bespoke architectural styles to represent the evolution of local residential dwellings in the area, including a Farmhouse and barn conversions.  The use of reclaimed and high-quality local materials such as stock brick, timber weatherboarding, natural stone and plain clay tiles, seamlessly blends the hamlet into the village.

Currently, just two homes remain at the popular hamlet-style development. Smithers Barn and The Farmhouse are both impressive five and six-bedroom detached properties, providing an abundance of space for all the family. Both homes benefit from spacious open plan kitchen/breakfast and family areas, complete with French doors leading out into the rear garden and large drawing rooms feature a brick-built fire place and wood burning stove. Bedrooms are generously-sized and masters enjoy fitted wardrobes and luxurious en-suite bathrooms.

The quintessential village of Isfield is located a short distance from the South Downs National Park and conveniently located between the neighbouring towns of Uckfield and Lewes, less than six miles away. Both Uckfield and Lewes stations provide direct trains to Brighton, Eastbourne and London. There are also direct train services up to four times an hour from Haywards Heath to London Victoria. By car, the A26 links to the A21 for London and the M25 via Tunbridge Wells, whilst Brighton is just 15 miles from Isfield. Gatwick airport is approximately 45 minutes away.

Prices start at £1,295,000.