Lillybank – located in the village of Battle which is 5 miles from the coastal town of Hastings, East Sussex.
This development will consist of 50 new homes, ranging from two – five bedrooms. The properties are a mixture of two and three storey homes including 10 detached with the balance being semi-detached or terraced homes.
Battle is an attractive town which gets its name from the Battle of Hastings fought in 1066. It has a population of 6,673 and is in the district of Rother. The town attracts visitors from home and abroad to its many annual events including the Guys Fawkes parade and fireworks, arts and music festival and medieval fayre all hosted around Battle Abbey.
Battle high street has many independent shops including Co-op, Cook, coffee shops and other eateries. Tesco is the nearest big supermarket which is 5 miles away. Within easy distance of Battle, you will also find many leisure activities: theatres; cinemas; cycle trails; indoor and outdoor sports.
This site was formally a paddock located next to riding stables. Access to the development is via London Road. The site slopes away from the main road. This will be a development of 50 dwellings, 17 of which will be housing association. The development is in a beautiful setting surrounded by countryside and within walking distance of Battle town centre.
There are a number of good Primary schools in this area. The nearest is Battle and Langton Church of England primary school which achieved a good Ofsted report and was oversubscribed in 2017.
There is one secondary school in Battle, Claverham Community College. This achieved an outstanding Ofsted in 2017 and was also oversubscribed. Many people move to the area for this secondary school and our development is within the catchment area.
There is one independent school, Battle Abbey which caters for ages 2- 18 years.
There are excellent train links to London Charing Cross and Canon Street from Battle railway station. Journey time is approx. 1hr 20mins on the Hastings Line provided by Southeastern and trains run frequently during rush hours.
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