The picturesque village of Robertsbridge is located to the south of Royal Tunbridge Wells and to the north of Hastings, both accessible via the A21.

The attractive former United Reform Church, believed to have been built in 1881 and designed by Architect Thomas Elworthy, is situated in a prominent position within the heart of the village, almost opposite Station Road which leads to Robertsbridge railway station. The building is being offered with consent for conversion into a single dwelling.


Planning Permission has been granted by Rother District Council under ref: RR/2020/622/P, dated
13th November 2020 for the conversion of the former church building to a single dwelling house (revision of RR/2019/795/P), subject to conditions. Listed Building Consent has also been granted under ref: RR/2020/623/L, also dated 13th November 2020 (revision of RR/2019/795/P), subject to conditions.
A copy of the Planning Consent, Listed Building Consent and proposed plans are available to download from Rother District Council’s website and where additional information may be obtainable.

Proposed Accommodation

Ground Floor

Entrance hall, open plan kitchen/living/dining room, utility, cloakroom with W.C., study, bedroom four, bathroom and boot room/bin store.

First Floor

Landing, bedroom one with
en-suite, and bedrooms two and three.

Local Planning Authority

Rother District Council. Tel: 01424 787000. Website: rother.gov.uk.

Freehold with Vacant Possession