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One Off Opportunity to Purchase Eco-Friendly Ambassadorial Mansion House in East Sussex

LONDON and BRIGHTON, England, September 1 /PRNewswire/ -- With Moor Court Manor as the address, and a 13,500 square foot Wealden Masterpiece which will be the largest new home to come on to the open market in the region, this exclusive Clive Wilson designed ambassadorial mansion house leaves no stone left unturned for today's elite purchasers wanting to buy into an eco friendly lifestyle concept. Indeed the salubrious address will be the most energy efficient mansion house to be built in East Sussex.

21st century living combined with a carbon footprint that would leave even the most environmentally conscious of buyers in awe, this exclusive mansion house enjoys an enviable position on Beacon Road, The Warrens, near Crowborough, East Sussex. Roche Barrett Estates are anticipating numerous awards for the development, where design, the environment, energy conservation and inclusive lifestyle and leisure facilities remain to be unbeaten.

Surpassing any property that has been built since the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle era, and whose famous inhabitant resided closeby, both Rudyard Kipling and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle were once golfing partners at Crowborough Beacon Golf Course, just a stones throw from Moor Court Manor.

Currently at foundation stage, the option is available for purchasers to buy this unique concept as is, with off plan options currently being offered.

A property gem which is a complete one off, Moor Court Manor shows how sensitive and advanced technical and environmental design can be at its best, where reflected in the complete design process, no property development concept has been seen or created like this before in the East Sussex region.

Guilt edged living accommodation, and a home fit for a king and queen, creates a limited opportunity to buy, with Moor Court Manor effectively being the largest home in the area, with a price tag that matches the exclusivity of such a cleverly designed ambassadorial living concept.

Spanning approximately 10 acres with potential for a 4 acre landscaped garden, tennis court and plentiful space for amenity use, this first class development site is surrounded by the beautiful Wealden countryside, which overlooks the historic and famous Ashdown Forest. Home to a grazing deer population, the lucky residents will enjoy a wonderful blend of country living and wildlife, where the multidimensional aspects offer highly sought after views with Warren Beacon Golf Course to the front, and the rear abutting Ashdown Forest.

Clive Wilson, a local award winning and highly respected architect with an enviable reputation, has used original Connor style construction influences in the architectural design at Moor Court Manor, with suggested use of the best quality locally sourced building materials.

Plans for the traditional Wealden arts and crafts façade in hand made, sandstone bricks, clay tiles and oak from Ashdown Forest in addition to the lucky purchaser embracing the best of local Wealden craftsmanship blend with contemporary hi-tech luxury internally with high ceilings, over generous interconnecting rooms and plenty of light making this mansion house a highly desirable and one-off lifestyle experience.

Living space offers a closing off facility or space maximisation for entertaining purposes, with the complete internal design offering an advanced, yet minimalist approach, keeping practicality in mind.

Befitting your status as 'Lord and Lady of the Manor', designs for the master bedroom with its two en-suite bathrooms, two dressing rooms and home to a penthouse suite, all suit that is required for a 'home fit for a king and queen'!

The equally stunning second master bedroom comes with its own private terrace area, whilst the first floor provides two additional but generously proportioned en-suite bedrooms.

The Moor Court Manor multi-media entertainment area is to be found above the garage complex, comprising games room, cinema rooms and media rooms, situated away from the main living spaces.

Upon entering this ambassadorial residence, the grand entrance hall leads directly to the ground floor study, drawing room, remarkably sized kitchen/breakfast area, along with open plan lounge/dining room with views across the landscaped garden and generously sized sun terrace.

The ground floor is also home to a large larder, utility room, three WCs/bathrooms and a workshop, whilst the classic car garage is designed to accommodate three vehicles.

The main emphasis is based on high ceiling heights and remarkable room sizes.

Further amenity land/woodland to the rear will also extend the plot towards the 10 acre mark.

Capacious self-contained staff and/or guest accommodation to the lower ground level meets with its own garden terrace, and the blessing of a luxurious lower ground leisure complex, with 11 metre swimming pool, gymnasium, sauna, steam room and tropicarium with its own private terrace. If spa and relaxation facilities with private home gym membership aren't enough to whet the appetite, there are also plans for a championship style tennis court within the 4 acre landscaped garden.

A low carbon footprint mansion house with such grandeur has never been seen in a property of this scale in the region, which uses an extensive range of air and/or ground source heat pumps, geothermal solutions, rain water harvesting and next-generation organic thin film PV cells. In addition to the latest fibre optics and wireless solutions, the ultimate goal of conserving energy is achieved.

A `home of the future', and with reports that energy bills could potentially double or quadruple in the next 5 years, Moor Court Manor is a rarity in that properties of this scale and calibre are not usually associated with energy efficiency like this. The `less is more' concept and a home providing self sufficient energy conservation with consideration for the environment rather than conventional gas, electricity and water supplies makes other new build properties of a similar scale almost dated in today's terms in their conceptual design and environmental planning. Moor Court Manor brings the debate of futuristic energy methods to the surface, almost commanding respect for the environment and energy conservation, surpassing the expectations of any discerning purchaser.

There is a good choice of local amenities for residents at this East Sussex palatial manor, with a Waitrose supermarket, petrol station, and an excellent choice of schools combined with appealing commuting prospects closeby.

Indeed from Crowborough hourly trains into London take just over an hour, whilst from Royal Tunbridge Wells, the journey time is 53 minutes to just over an hour for Charing Cross and to London Bridge 46 minutes to 54 minutes.

The A26/A21 accesses the M25/M26, with the A22 accessing the M25, whilst the A22/A264 accesses M23/A23.

Royal Tunbridge Wells just 7 miles away offers a wealth of big name stores, shops, boutiques, brasseries, bars and restaurants, as well as a 9-screen cinema, several theatres, and other evening entertainment. Other leisure facilities include a squash club, tennis clubs, a good choice of sports and leisure centres, bowling alley and gymnastics school.

For those wanting to practice their handicap, the choice of established golf courses literally on the palatial doorstep gives this development added kudos. Crowborough Beacon, Royal Ashdown, East Sussex National, Sheetwood, Haywards Heath, Copthorne & Holyte are within easy reach, whilst for race goers, Lindfield, Plumpton, Fontwell or Brighton Races make for a leisurely day out.

Educational choices are aplenty for family purchasers, with a good selection of state and private options from Lindfield Notre Dame, Judd, Holmwood House, Ardingly College Cumnor House and Worth School plus the various establishments in Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Purchaser options

Moor Court Manor will be the largest newly built Country Manor House in the region, which provides a unique buying opportunity. At this early stage we can provide a bespoke design service, thus enabling prospective purchasers to put their stamp on the interior specification.

    1) 13,500 square foot Ambassadorial Mansion House in 10 acres of grounds
       and land.

    Guide price: £2,500,000 for the development land, with foundations 
    place and secure site

    2) Guide price: £4,500,000 for the completed house.

    Construction has started at the site, with a bespoke design service
    available on the internal layout and specification, including the
    4 acre landscaped garden

    Advice on high contemporary specification similar to that found at the
    best developments in the world can be offered.

    A consultancy, design and build service is also available.

    Please call +44(0)800-014-1434 or visit

For press queries, please contact Errol Barrett on +44(0)800-014-1434 or e-mail:

SOURCE Roche Barrett Estates Ltd

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