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Liberty Place

Hailsham | East Sussex

  • Shared ownership

Welcome to Liberty Place, new homes in Hailsham.

Located just outside the historic market town of Hailsham, Liberty Place is an outstanding new collection of homes for shared ownership.

Our selection of homes mean that you're sure to find the perfect fit whether you're looking to upsize, downsize, or take your first step onto the property ladder.

  • Housetypes: a collection of two and three bedroom homes.
  • Availability: new release coming soon.
  • Eligibility: please note, applicants who live or work in the Wealden district will be prioritised for this development.

off Marshfoot Lane, Hailsham, East Sussex, BN27 2RE

  • 2 and 3 bedroom homes
  • Current release now under offer
  • New phase launching summer 2024

For shared ownership call Latimer

0300 100 0309

Monday-Friday 9am-5pm, Saturday 10am-4pm (excluding bank holidays)

Available homes at Liberty Place

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26

Semi-detached

2 Bed

Shared ownership

851.43

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Sold

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27

Semi-detached

2 Bed

Shared ownership

851.43

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Reserved

Details to follow

32

Semi-detached

2 Bed

Shared ownership

851.43

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Sold

Details to follow

33

Semi-detached

2 Bed

Shared ownership

851.43

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Reserved

Details to follow

49

Semi-detached

3 Bed

Shared ownership

1007.5

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Reserved

Details to follow

* Full market value

Life at Liberty Place

A market town for today

Hailsham has a best-of all- worlds location close to the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, as well as the vast South Downs National Park. Hailsham has been holding regular markets since 1252, and continues to set out its stalls today. There are plenty of other shops in town too, including major supermarkets and a good number of independent businesses as well as good shopping and sport, culture and community gatherings.

 

Family life

The area has wider connections too, with rail services to London and Gatwick Airport, and road links to the south coast,  and for those with children making the move to Hailsham, there are several schools and nurseries all rated ‘good’ by Ofsted.

In the heart of natural beauty

A short drive brings you to the boundary of the High Weald AONB, covering more than 500 square miles of the south east of England. About the same distance to the west is the South Downs National Park, leading down to the iconic white cliffs of the south coast. Both rich in opportunity for walks, bike rides, ancient castles and family adventures.

Serious walkers might tackle the South Downs Way, while the Cuckoo Trail, which starts in Hailsham and runs to Polegate, is an easier stroll following the route of a disused railway. You’re a very easy distance from the coast too, whether you choose Eastbourne’s sunny sandy beaches, cosmopolitan Brighton, or the heartstopping heights of Beachy Head’s white cliffs.