The property sales market has been through some rough times in the last few years. Buyers and venders alike are more cautious about the process due to property values and the economy as a whole. Traditionally the process of selling your property or buying your new home was an exciting experience and the reality is there have never been a better time to market your property or buy a new property. The skills that provide the key to a successful property transaction have never changed. Randalls provide professional property sales services based around these key skills and underlines the process with confidence.
A small guide.
Lettings and sales in Frant
Frant is a beautiful village set in the Wealden district of East Sussex. It is located right on the Kent boarder just 5 miles away from Tunbridge Wells and 1.7 miles away from Bells Yew Green train station making it an excellent commuter village. Randalls have been letting and managing properties in Frant, East Sussex for many years. If you would like more infomation on letting or selling your property in Frant please don't hesitate to contact us.
Frant is a village and civil parish in the Wealden District of East Sussex, England. It is located on the Kentish border, about three miles (5 km) south of Tunbridge Wells. The settlements of Bells Yew Green and Eridge are both located within the parish. When the Wealden iron industry was at its height, much of the village was owned by ironmasters. Smuggling occurred here in the 17th and 18th centuries; and one of the turnpike roads (now the A267) came through here at that time. Frant church is dedicated to St Alban; and there is a church school. St Alban's Frant was a major surveying point for the Anglo-French Survey (1784–1790) calculating the precise distance and relationship between the Paris Observatory and the Royal Greenwich Observatory, undertaken by General William Roy. There are three public houses in the parish: The Abergavenny Arms on the A267 in Frant; and The George Inn in the High Street with The Brecknock Arms at Bells Yew Green.
When letting or buying a property in Frant often one of the main considerations will be the schools. Although there are no secondary schools in Frant there is the Frant Church of England Primary School and Frant Nursery School both which both have a very good reputation for child care and young learning.
Frant has a great bowls club based in the heart of the village on the green. They have roughly 50 members and offer social bowls and non-league club matches. New members are welcome. Local to Frant there is Fenton's curling rink, which is a great and unusual sport to try. They offer taster sessions with coaching from as little as £19 for 2 hours. 4 miles from the center of Frant is Meadlowhead Sporting which offers clay pigeon shooting for beginners to experts. Further afield but not far is Bewl Water which has a huge amount water activities including windsurfing, sailing and boating.
There is no nightlife in Frant but there are two local pubs which offer places to eat and drink. The Abergavenny Arms offers traditional English and modern European cuisine at dinner service Monday to Friday. restaurant and also rooms in which to stay. The George Inn is a traditional local pub that serves great food and has a beautiful outdoor sitting and eating area.