Key Features

  • LUXURY APARTMENT OVER THREE FLOORS
  • GRADE II LIST CHURCH CONVERSION
  • BUILT IN 1861 - ARCHITECT SIR GEORGE GILBERT SCOTT
  • ORIGINAL CHURCH FEATURES INCLUDING STAINED GLASS WINDOWS & STONE WORK
  • EXCELLENT LOCATION TO HAWKHURST VILLAGE AMENITIES
  • AVAILABLE WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • CRANBROOK SCHOOL CATCHMENT AREA
A rare opportunity to purchase one of the recently converted five luxury apartments with in the historic Grade II Listed All Saints Church in the heart of Hawkhurst Village. Originally designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and built in 1861 the church has been sympathetically restored enjoying some of its original features. Viewing highly recommended. CSCA

LOCATION Centrally located within the Wealden village of Hawkhurst, which provides good day to day facilities including Supermarkets, (Waitrose & Tesco), Butchers, Bakers, Doctors surgery, Chemist, Restaurants, Kino digital cinema, Golf/Tennis & Squash clubs, Pub, Hotel, Dry cleaners, Vets as well as a range of independent stores. The nearby towns of Tunbridge Wells, Cranbrook & Tenterden offer additional facilities. In addition, there are many sporting facilities in the area including several golf clubs, equestrian centres & sailing at Bewl Water. It is also within easy reach of Bedgebury Pinetum which offers miles of cycling, walking and running trails.

Main-line rail services into London Charing Cross, London Bridge and Cannon Street, can be found at nearby stations - Staplehurst or Etchingham take approx. 1 hr.

Excellent education opportunities exist within the area in both the private and state sector. The property falls within the favoured Cranbrook School Catchment Area (CSCA).


DESCRIPTION Constructed in 1861 All Saints Church was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and has a Grade II listing as a Building of Special Architectural or Historic Interest. Its 115 feet tall spire is widely visible and forms a significant landmark from within the village and beyond.
Sir Gilbert Scott (1811 - 1878) is regarded as one of the foremost 19th century architects, and certainly one of the most prolific. His church work epitomizes the zenith of Victorian ecclesiastical design. His masterpiece is widely regarded to be St. Pancras Railway Station in London (1866 - 1876), but he is also especially remembered in London for the Albert Memorial (1864- 1871) and the Foreign Office (1862). Four of his smaller new village churches have always been considered as being amongst his best designs; All Saints Church, Hawkhurst is one of these.
All Saints Church has under gone major restoration work and has been sympathetically restored retaining most of the original features including the stain glass windows, stone walls and carvings, and flooring. The church has been converted with five luxury apartments with each apartment's accommodation set over three floors with fully fitted kitchens and integrated appliances, modern bathrooms and underfloor heating.


ENTRANCE HALL Door to downstairs shower room. Radiator. Door to lower ground floor bedroom. Cupboard housing heating and air vent system. Door to kitchen.

SHOWER ROOM Under floor heating.

BEDROOM THREE Under floor heating.

KITCHEN Kitchen units with double stainless steel sink with mixer tap over. Built in 'AEG' electric oven with 'AEG' induction hob above. 'Kkt Kolbe' extractor hood over. Integrated dishwasher. Under counter lighting. Cupboard with space and plumbing for washing machine. Cupboard housing consumer unit. Under floor heating. Glazed ceiling skylight.

STAIRS/FIRST FLOOR LANDING Carpeted. Leaded light window. Glass balustrade. Double oak glazed doors to mezzanine floor with living room.

LIVING ROOM Window overlooking communal area. Glazed oak door to terrace. Church window.

STAIRS/ECOND FLOOR LANDING Carpeted. Church windows. Doors to bedrooms.

BEDROOM TWO Cupboard.

BATHROOM 'Mode' bath with built in tap. Low level WC. Corner shower unit. Pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap. Chrome heated towel rail. Door into main bedroom.

BEDROOM ONE Door to bathroom. Exposed timber beams. Skylight windows.
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