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Situated on the edge of Surrey (the most wooded county in England) and Sussex (one of the sunniest), the village of Felbridge offers the best of both counties.

Lying at the heart of the Weald, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Felbridge was once a 2,000 acre family estate - one can still see the elegant avenue of sweet chestnuts planted back in 1714 by the Evelyn family. In an elegant nod to this past, The Hamptons are named after manors that used to grace the local landscape.

Close to the beautiful Ashdown Forest, ancient woodland and sparkling lakes, Felbridge is also within easy travelling distance of the old Sussex market town of East Grinstead, Crowborough, Royal Tunbridge Wells and London.

No wonder people have chosen to make this place their home since Roman times.

Felbridge - where the living is easy

With a population of just over 2,000, Felbridge has much to offer: independent shops, cosy country pubs, as well as bowls, golfing and tennis clubs. For those who like the Sport of Kings, Lingfield Park Racecourse is but a few miles away

Just outside the village lie two wonderful lakes. While Hedgecourt is a wildlife sanctuary that's also popular for sailing and fishing, Wiremill is renowned as a water ski venue – although if you're not feeling particularly adventurous you can simply view the scene from the enticing lakeside pub.

An imposing sight at the heart of the village is the Church of St John Divine. Built in 1865 by the architect William White, it's a beautiful example of Victorian Gothic.

Felbridge Primary School was rated 'good' in the latest Ofsted assessment and nearby Imberhorne 'outstanding'. East Sussex performs well in the educational league tables, with 84% of children attending good or better secondary schools.

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