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Oak Heights by Charles Church

Station Road, Northiam, TN31

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Enjoy the peaceful village setting at Oak Heights

Enjoy the peaceful village setting at Oak Heights

Perfectly placed to make the most of everything the area has to offer, our collection of new homes in Northiam is one of East Sussex's most desirable new developments. Located in the stunning Rother Valley, the village of Northiam is a perfect place to set up home.

  • Choice of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes

  • Surrounded by beautiful Wealden countryside

  • Selection of local amenities

  • Great local schooling

Nestled in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the traditional East Sussex village of Northiam is part of an ancient landscape of rolling hills, woodlands, open grasslands and bygone routeways. This attractive village has everything you'd expect of a historic gem – charming old cottages, impressive large houses and, at its heart, a green with a parish pump.

Less than 60 miles away from central London, 13 miles north of Hastings and just over 20 miles from Ashford, Northiam is a friendly community with plenty to offer. All this, together with our beautifully-designed Charles Church homes, means that Oak Heights could be your perfect place to call home.

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For more information about this fantastic new development arrange an appointment now.

  1. Choice of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  2. Surrounded by beautiful Wealden countryside
  3. Selection of local amenities
  4. Great local schooling



Station Road, Northiam, TN31

Opening hours

By appointment only. Call for further information.

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

There's plenty to keep you busy in the local area with the historic house and gardens of Great Dixter within the village. You can also take a ride on a steam train from Northiam to Tenterden or Bodiam and take in the stunning Rother Valley scenery. Or if you prefer a slower pace, pleasure-boats meander along the River Rother from Newenden to Bodiam where you can explore its impressive 14th century moated castle.

Local Shopping

Oak Heights is close to everything you need for day-to-day living including convenience stores, a bakery and Post Office. The nearby towns of Rye, Tenterden and Hastings offer a good selection of shops and supermarkets while, for even more choice, you can visit the nearby town of Ashford with its McArthur Glen designer outlet, Park Mall and County Square shopping centres.


Families with children will be pleased to know that there's an Ofsted ‘Good' nursery and primary school in the village with a choice of well-respected secondary schools in nearby Tenterden and Robertsbridge.

Transport Links

The nearest rail connections to London are Etchingham and Robertsbridge both approximately 20 minutes away by car. They connect to Charing Cross via Tunbridge Wells in approx 1hr 20 mins. Ashford International is reachable in 30 minutes by car. By road Northiam is easily connected to Rye and the coast to the south. Tenterden and Maidstone are to the north, Ashford to the north east and Tunbridge Wells to the north west.

Oak Heights is 20 miles from the M20 which connects south to Folkestone and Dover and north-west to Maidstone and London with the M25. The Channel Tunnel is 34 miles via road or take the train directly from Ashford.

Nearest station:

National Train Station logo Winchelsea (6.2 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode




We are a national house builder with a local approach to building your new home.

We will provide you with the specification appropriate to the locality of your selected new home and development and we will explain the choice of external materials used, for example your brick colour and roof tiles. You will be able to select certain elements of the fixtures and fittings encompassing the latest designs from leading manufacturers, subject to the stage of build of your chosen home. If you wish to further personalise your new home, an exciting range of options is available to purchase from our Finishing Touches scheme. Our experienced sales team is on hand to guide you through the choices available to you depending again on the stage of build.

Quality Assured

Your new home will be built in accordance with all relevant technical and building regulations, in particular the Government's Code for Sustainable Homes. In addition all stages of the construction of your new home will be inspected by our experienced construction staff. On completion of your new home we will provide you with a quality assured certificate for you to keep.

10-year NHBC (or equivalent) Warranty

A 10-year warranty is provided with every new Charles Church home. A comprehensive guide explaining the warranty will be supplied to you.

We will ensure warranties provided by the manufacturers of appliances are honoured for the first year of occupation. Our Customer Care Department is on hand to offer you the necessary guidance and assistance.

About Developer

Charles Church - The Name on the Finest Homes

When Charles and Susanna Church laid the foundations of their first home in 1965, they were doing more than building a desirable residence. They were turning their vision of the perfect home into a benchmark for quality and a legacy for future generations to appreciate.

In the intervening years, Charles Church has grown to establish itself as one of the countrys foremost housebuilding brands whilst maintaining its unrivalled reputation for the design and quality of the homes it builds.

Over four decades later, their principles remain the cornerstone of every home we build. Charles Churchs philosophy of combining aesthetically pleasing designs with traditional building techniques is as relevant today as it was then, and the company prides itself on the sympathetic way in which its homes are designed to harmonise with their surroundings. Wherever possible, many period or regional features are incorporated, including its trademark brick and knapped flint combination, decorative tile hanging and the use of natural stone.

Perhaps best known for its traditional designs, Charles Church has not remained rooted in the past, however, and has evolved to ensure that it continues to meet and exceed the demands of a new generation of homeowners. That is why you will now find an impressive array of Charles Church homes to suit all lifestyles in both rural and city centre locations. Not only does the scope of its developments now encompass traditional design reflecting the prevailing local architecture, but also embraces contemporary and exciting architectural styles and breathes new life into redundant historic and commercial buildings through their sensitive conversion and restoration.

What remains the same, however, is the companys emphasis on exacting standards and attention to detail at every stage of the construction process, enabling it to achieve in its homes a totally unmistakable quality and sense of style. The results of this unique combination of principles have been rewarded with numerous prestigious consumer and industry awards over the years.

The ultimate winner however, is the buyer of a Charles Church home.

Contact Us

Contact us about Oak Heights

Call us on 07957 837633 or fill in the contact form below.

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