Millwood Park
Hailsham BN27 2HU

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Launching Saturday 24th March 2018. Register your interest now and be the first to find out more!

Coming soon to the historic market town of Hailsham is Millwood Park, an exciting new development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom homes for sale with prices from £230,000. 

Located in the attractive and accessible Wealden area of East Sussex, this is a superb opportunity to buy a brand-new Linden home, ideal for every type of family requirement. These new builds in Hailsham are surrounded by open, green countryside, while enjoying local amenities within a short distance, including shops, schools and eateries. For commuters, the road and rail links from the development are excellent, with regular train services from Eastbourne to London Victoria, Brighton and Ashford International, and easy access to the A22, A27, M23 and M25. With all this and more, whether you’re looking for your first home, next home or perhaps downsizing your current one, Millwood Park could be perfect for you.

A new home at Millwood Park will give you:

  • A wonderful new home, with a good choice of local amenities
  • Simple journeys to Eastbourne, Hastings and Brighton
  • Easy access to the A22, A27 and the M23 and M25 motorways
  • Help to Buy available - all you need is a 5% deposit and 75% mortgage

Register your interest today to receive priority updates about when houses for sale in Hailsham become available.

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Great transport links to many popular destinations and good amenities close by

There are many advantages to living in Hailsham: A good range of shops and services within a short distance, primary schools within walking distance and easily accessible transport links by road and rail. And with popular seaside towns within convenient distances in addition to Hailsham’s market town history, you have everything you need for a perfect place to call home.

What’s in Hailsham?

  • A good choice of amenities and services right on your doorstep
  • Schools for young children within easy reach

Hailsham has a choice of local shops and services beneficial to everyone. There are two large supermarkets, banks, a post office, library, doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, a community hall and a good selection of high street retailers and independent shops. There are also several places to stop for something to eat and drink if you’re planning on staying in town for a while, with coffee shops, restaurants, pubs and sandwich shops dotted along and off the high street. And if you’re looking for some entertainment, the Hailsham Pavilion is a popular venue for film, theatre and live music.

Families searching for property for sale in Hailsham will find schools for younger children close to home. The Meadows Nursery (rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted) is less than half a mile from Millwood Park. For primary education, White House Academy and Phoenix Academy are both half a mile away from home.

What’s close to Hailsham?

  • A historic castle and grounds, and the popular towns of Eastbourne and Brighton
  • Excellent transport links close to home

Located just 7 miles from Millwood Park is the beautiful Hertsmonceux Castle and Grounds. Dating from the 15th century, this brick-built castle is one of the oldest and most significant brick buildings in England, and is a great place to spend time exploring and learning more about its fascinating history.

Eastbourne

The attractive coastal town of Eastbourne is just 10 miles away. With its wonderful Victorian heritage, this vibrant university town is a popular destination for visitors from all over the UK, and has many shops, attractions, entertainment venues and places to eat. For shoppers, the Arndale Centre - located in the heart of town and next to the railway station - is the premier destination for a vast range of high street retailers - including River Island, M&S and Pandora - as well as many high-end and independent shops, restaurants and coffee shops. The centre is currently undergoing a major refurbishment/extension project. The 170,000 sq ft extension - costing around £85 million - will see 22 new retail units being added, as well as seven restaurants, a multiscreen cinema and around 300 additional parking spaces.

If you’re looking for entertainment, Eastbourne has it all. The town’s bandstand is where you can experience beautiful classical music, or, if you’re a fan of Shakespeare, you can enjoy outdoor performances in the Italian Gardens. Theatre-goers currently have three venues to choose from - the Devonshire Park Theatre, Winter Garden and The Royal Hippodrome Theatre. Each have a packed calendar of plays, comedy acts, children’s shows and live music throughout the year, while a fourth theatre - the Congress - is undergoing a full £44 million renovation, which is due to be completed by Spring 2019. This project, along with the refurbishment of the Arndale Centre, is an important and significant investment in the area, and will be a huge attraction to both visitors and residents.

There are plenty of events to enjoy throughout the year too. Petrol heads will love the Magnificent Motors car show in May. Head to the beach in July for the Beach Life Festival, one of the largest - and free - extreme sports festivals in the country. For plane enthusiasts, the Eastbourne Airshow - ‘Airbourne’ - is held over four days in August. And if you like a pint or two, the Eastbourne Beer Festival is held every October.

Eastbourne and the surrounding area has schools for all ages to choose from. As well as numerous nursery, infant and primary schools, there are also several Ofsted rated ‘Good’ secondary schools too, including St Catherine’s College (15 minutes’ drive away from Millwood Park), Hazel Court School (around 20 minutes from home), and for independent schooling for girls, Eastbourne College is approximately 30 minutes away. For older students, the hugely respected and popular University of Brighton has a campus in Eastbourne, and has a vast number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses to choose from.

Brighton

New builds in Hailsham are also within easy reach of the vibrant and hugely popular seaside town of Brighton. Located 23 miles west of Millwood Park, Brighton is one of UK’s most creative and diverse places, with shops ranging from high street favourites to quirky independent shops. Foodies will find a whole host of eateries that cater for every kind of taste and budget. If you’re looking for entertainment, there are several live music and comedy venues, ranging from large theatres to more intimate spaces. But if you simply want to enjoy a day beside the seaside, Brighton’s famous Pier and seafront offer fun and entertainment for all age groups.

Transport and Travel

Anyone who needs to commute will find these new homes in Hailsham to be very well connected. The A22 and A27 are both within easy reach, where locations including Uckfield (12 miles), East Grinstead (26 miles) and Worthing (34 miles) can all be accessed. The M23 and M25 motorways are also close by, which allows for longer journeys around the south east and beyond.

For train travel, Polegate station is around 4 miles away, and provides regular services to Eastbourne (less than 10 minutes), Brighton (30 minutes), Ashford International (1 hour 20 minutes) and London Victoria (1 hour 30 minutes approx.)

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New vs Old

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  • All appliances are 'straight out of the box' and fully guaranteed‡
  • No sorting someone else's DIY disasters or dated decorations - you've got a blank canvas to make your own
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