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Lavender Fields by Millwood Designer Homes

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Isfield can claim a rich and vibrant heritage, with much of the growth of this pretty settlement attributed to Isfield Place, a stately home on the edge of the village. It is thought that King Harold spent the night before the Battle of Hastings at Isfield Place and it was subsequently owned by the De La Warr family until 1507 when it was sold to John Shurley, Cofferer to King Henry VII and King Henry VIII.

Isfield Place was down-sized during the early 18th century but still maintained its grandeur as a comfortable residence for the gentry.

The village population increased dramatically though in 1858 with the arrival of the railway and opening of Isfield station. The original Victorian station and signal box remain in Isfield and in recent times have been restored as part of a preserved heritage railway called the Lavender Line, which travels for a two-mile round trip between Isfield and Worth Halt.

Central to Isfield is the popular Laughing Fish Public House renowned for its colourful history, as it was first reputed to be a chapel when built in the 1860s and then later catered to 3000 Canadian troops stationed nearby at Sutton Hall during WW2.

With such an interesting past, Lavender Fields represents the perfect opportunity to become part of the next chapter of the history of this charming village.

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  1. Stunning new development of 39 houses and apartments
  2. Picturesque setting
  3. Homes to suit every lifestyle
  4. Located just off the A26, connecting the two towns of Uckfield and Lewes



Station Road, Uckfield, Isfield, TN22 5UL

Opening hours

Thursday to Monday between 11am and 5pm

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Quaint, picturesque and leafy, the village of Isfield is a genuine rural idyll with a thriving local community, offering plenty of opportunities to immerse yourself in village life.

Isfield is a quintessential traditional English village which lies within the Weald, an area of outstanding natural beauty, putting a host of countryside pursuits on the doorstep.

There are fantastic walking, cycling and riding opportunities throughout the South Downs National Park, with a lattice of intertwining trails leading all the way to the coast with a diverse array of flora and fauna to appreciate.

Yet despite this rural position, all the day-to-day essentials are still on hand, as the Isfield Farm shop, less than a half mile walk from Lavender Fields, sells a wide range of groceries, fresh fish and locally butchered meat.

If you’re out for the evening, why not try one of the many friendly and characterful pubs in the area? Either the Laughing Fish pub at the centre of the village or the Halfway House located nearby on the A26, is ideal for a quiet drink or a lazy Sunday lunch.

Local Shopping

Uckfield caters for the everyday shopping needs with both Waitrose and Tesco supermarkets. In addition, there is a
popular farmers’ market on the first Saturday of every month where you can buy and sample delicious local delicacies.

The Cliffe area of Lewes has been paved to provide a quaint pedestrian precinct with a variety of high street shops, while antique shops abound. Lewes also has an array of excellent restaurants, bistros and brasseries serving mouth-watering delights, including Limetree Kitchen and the original Bill’s restaurant, serving delicious brunches and gastro fare.

Meanwhile Brighton, approximately 15 miles away, offers a world of shopping choice from the independent fashionable boutiques of the North Lanes to the well-heeled stores of the South Lanes, as well as the large shopping mall at Churchill Square.


Parents have a great choice of schooling at Lavender Fields, with Horsted C of E Primary and Manor Primary School in Uckfield both within easy reach.

Equally, Uckfield Community Technology College and the Priory School in Lewes are both highly rated by Ofsted for secondary education.

For private schooling, Chailey Prep School and Lewes Old Grammar School, which caters for children from 3 to 18 years old, both deliver consistently good results.

Similarly, there is plenty to see and do for families in and around Isfield. Open throughout the summer months, Pells Pool in Lewes is the oldest documented freshwater public pool in the country, where you can swim in the open air or sunbathe on the grass of the nearby picnic area.

If you like to keep fit, The Health Boutique in Uckfield is one of the leading weight loss, rehabilitation and sports specialist health clubs in the South East.

Transport Links

Isfield is located just off the A26, connecting the two towns of Uckfield and Lewes, approximately 4 and 6 miles away putting a wealth of facilities within easy reach.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Staplehurst (26.7 miles)
National Train Station logo Marden (25.0 miles)
National Train Station logo Headcorn (29.3 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode



Beautifully crafted to the needs of modern lifestyles, each of the homes at Lavender Fields will enjoy a luxury specification with meticulous attention to detail, to appeal to the discerning purchaser.

Designed with practical and spatially conscious layouts, the homes will all benefit from contemporary kitchens, fitted with stylish units and featuring a host of integrated appliances. Similarly the bathrooms, en-suites and cloakrooms will all feature elegant white suites, with stylish chrome fittings.

Furthermore, Millwood’s exemplary specification goes beyond the norm to include impressive finishing touches, such as ornate architraves and skirtings and ample storage spaces.

About Developer

Millwood Designer Homes builds a broad range of individually designed homes from contemporary styled apartments to more traditional two and three storey homes.

The company is renowned for its large properties that are modelled on the traditional 15th and 16th century Yeoman-style farmhouses, once so common in the Kent and Sussex Weald. Millwood is able to plan these types of homes to sit alongside other designs so they all blend together within a sympathetic street scene.

Many new Millwood Designer homes combine period charm with all the benefits of the latest advances in construction and energy-efficient technology.

Traditional exteriors belie the more contemporary interiors, whilst cottage style homes, as well as Georgian facades are becoming more and more prevalent in Millwood’s portfolio.

Millwood Designer Homes is based in Tonbridge, Kent and its exclusive developments can be found in country, town, village and waterside locations throughout Kent, Sussex and Surrey.

By ensuring that all landscaping is sympathetic to the environment and that natural features and existing planting are retained whenever possible, the company enhances the rural aspects of any regenerated brownfield land. Millwood also strives to use reclaimed bricks at many of its schemes to embellish the traditional design.

Millwood’s continued policy of combining all that is best in local architectural history with the latest in modern technology and innovation has won the company many prestigious awards.

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