Maple Road, Eastbourne
The premises are situated in Eastbourne's main industrial and retail warehouse area of Lottbridge Drove, where there are a number of both national and local occupiers. Situated at the end of Maple Road, the location benefits from a useful turning point for HGVs. Eastbourne town centre is within a short distance, with its mainline railway station. Offering good access to both the A259 immediately to the south and the A27 to the north.The premises comprise a single storey self-contained industrial unit with roller shutter door. Capable of sub division to create two units of approximately 4,250 sq ft (394.82 sq m).
Dittons Road, Polegate
The property is to be found on the north of Eastbourne in the suburb of Polegate, with good connections to the London to Eastbourne road (A22) and the fast coastal road (A27) which starts in Polegate heading westwards towards Hampshire passing the towns of Brighton, Worthing and Chichester. In addition the A259 also runs close by, being a slower coastal road passing from Kent via the towns of Hastings, Bexhill and through Eastbourne westwards towards Brighton and beyond.Chaucer Business Park is a redevelopment of the former EDF power station and is formed of several modern units providing offices and industrial space with its construction having started in 2006. The old industrial estate still remains adjacent the Business Park.
Dittons Road, Polegate
The property comprises a relatively new industrial/B1 office unit which has the benefit of an installed virtually fully covering mezzanine floor and a further storage mezzanine floor above. At ground floor there is both a personal and a 15 ft roller shutter door and access to the first floor is via a metal staircase in the open warehouse area or a metal spiral staircase providing access to the office accommodation at first floor. The property is set out as a warehouse/workshop unit at ground floor with offices and storage at first and second floors.The office area has a high specification including central heating and disabled toilet facilities at ground floor.
Terminus Road, Eastbourne
Hawthorn Road, Eastbourne
This property is situated on a commercial industrial estate within the Lottbridge Drove area of Eastbourne. This area comprises the main industrial area of the town and has good communications with the road system to the north via a bypass.The property comprises a purpose built light industrial unit having permitted uses of Class B1 (business), Class B2 (general industrial) and Class B8 (storage or distribution). It is constructed to a traditional design approximately 50 years ago with brick and block walls beneath a low pitched portal frame roof with replacement uPVC double glazed windows.There is a piece of land immediately adjacent to the unit which has potential for some form of development. There is no planning permission in place. This land is Freehold.
High Street, Hailsham
The property comprises a period Grade II Listed building constructed over two floors within the Hailsham conservation area. Externally the property has rough rendered elevations under a pitched original clay tile roof. There is a small rear yard and rear access. To the front the property is accessed by two entrance doors with direct access into the premises. Internally the property has some exposed beams and open fireplaces which are clearly original features and due to the age of the building ceilings are low which provides character for the current restaurant/sandwich bar use. The first floor is accessed via an internal staircase and provides a large one bedroom flat occupied by the current tenant.
Vicarage Field, Hailsham
Hailsham is an historic market town situated approximately 9 miles north of Eastbourne and conveniently placed for easy access to many major surrounding towns including Brighton, Hastings and Tunbridge Wells. There are currently 3,500 new houses proposed in the Hailsham district, approx 50% are already under construction, bringing a welcome boost to the town. Hailsham High Street has recently had a major "facelift" giving it a bright new modern feel which, along with free car parking, makes it an ideal shopping location.These premises form part of the Vicarage Field Shopping Centre in the heart of Hailsham's Town Centre. The premises are ideally located just off the High Street opposite Hailsham's War Memorial. There is a free car park to the rear, the bus stop is close by, and adjoining owners include Waitrose, Boots, Boots Opticians, W H Smiths and the NHS Health Centre.
St Marys Walk, Hailsham
St Mary's Walk has a variety of shops and offices in the heart of Hailsham Town Centre, with an adjacent free car park. Other occupiers include a butcher, delicatessen, craft shop, clothing, gifts, hair studio, tanning and beauty, nail bar, lingerie, mobility aids, electronic cigarettes, carpets, games shop, barber, charity shop, cafe and tapas bar, as well as accounting and homecare services. Hailsham is a busy Market Town which has a Tesco, Waitrose, Asda and Iceland and a regular market.
Crouch Lane, Seaford
Situated just off the High Street this warehouse would benefit anyone wanting a secure storage unit.
Elm Grove, Eastbourne
First floor self-contained office suites. Situated just off Hampden Park High Street with its mainline railway station with links to Eastbourne and London. In total there are five separate offices and a shared bathroom and WC. These offices are being let as a whole.