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.
High Street, Hailsham
St Marys Walk, Hailsham
St Mary's Walk is a delightful shopping mall linking the High Street with a free car park off North Street, and has a variety of shops and offices in the heart of Hailsham Town Centre. Other occupiers include a butcher, delicatessen, craft shop, clothing, gifts, hair studio, tanning and beauty, nail bar, lingerie, mobility aids, electronic cigarettes, games shop, barber, charity shop, cafe and restaurant, as well as accounting and homecare services.
Crouch Lane, Seaford
Situated just off the High Street this warehouse would benefit anyone wanting a secure storage unit.
High Street, Hailsham
Hailsham is an historic market town with a current population of approximately 20,000. Situated approximately 9 miles north of Eastbourne and conveniently placed for easy access to many major surrounding towns including Brighton, Hastings and Tunbridge Wells.The premises provide a storage facility with electricity in a town centre position. This unit also has the benefit of a car space in a secure yard. The unit can be found off George Street, to the rear of the High Street.
Shaw Barn, Whitesmith
The property is situated in a semi-rural location at Whitesmith, between Hailsham and Uckfield on the A22. Newhaven Channel Port, the coastal resorts of Eastbourne and Brighton, and mainline railway stations at Berwick, Lewes and Polegate are all within easy reach. It is set back from the A22 and benefits from seclusion and privacy.The property comprises a substantial former agricultural building with ample parking. The building has been converted to provide approximately 11 individual office/workshop/storage units and the available units are arranged over ground, first and second floor levels.
Old Swan Lane, Hailsham
Hailsham is an historic market town situated on the A22 9 miles north of Eastbourne and conveniently situated for easy access to many major surrounding towns including Brighton, Hastings and Tunbridge Wells. In addition there is good road access via the A22/A27 to the surrounding road network. The Swan Business Centre is situated off Station Road, to the south of the town centre and a short distance from the busy High Street. This is a unique building with clock tower feature constructed to a high specification with brick and clad elevations under dual pitched roofs and offers a high quality work environment on a quiet development on the outskirts of Hailsham.
Watts Lane, Eastbourne
The Mews is situated adjacent to Motcombe Village and to the rear of Waitrose. Located just outside the town centre, Watts Lane offers easy access and egress from Eastbourne via the A22.This is an attractive first floor open plan office with kitchenette area with sink and cupboard, suspended ceiling and recessed fluorescent lighting. The offices are fully carpeted with Category 2 wiring for computers and telephone. The doors and windows are sealed unit double glazed with security grilles on the windows. There are male and female WC facilities provided on the ground floor on a shared basis with the other occupiers. There is on street parking in Watts Lane.
Cornfield Terrace, Eastbourne
Cornfield Terrace (an extension of Cornfield Road) is within Eastbourne's town centre, approximately 300 yards from the Arndale Shopping Centre and Terminus Road, and many major retailers and restaurants.The mainline railway station is less than ½ mile away. Pisces House is close to the junction with Blackwater Road, near Devonshire Park Theatre and several leading restaurants/shops. The ground floor is let to Emma Mason’s Art Gallery.