House Removals Hailsham
Hailsham is a quaint but bustling town in East Sussex. Hailsham has a variety of local and national shops, restaurants and supermarkets. It is loved by citizens of all ages and is particularly popular with families due to its plethora of primary schools including: Hawkes Farm, Grovelands, Hailsham Academy, Marshlands Academy and White House Academy.
Moving to Hailsham
Hailsham locals state that North of the town centre is where to set up home. The Hawkswood and Harebeating estates are prize locations, as well as Hellingley.
Property prices are similar to nearby Polegate, with an average price of sale at around £243,636. Detached properties in Hailsham are selling for an average of £314,259, with terraced properties fetching around £204,495.
Both Hailsham and the Britannia Beckwith office are located in East Sussex. Not only can we offer you storage solutions, we can take care of every aspect of your move to Hailsham.
Attractions in Hailsham
One for all the family, Knockhatch Adventure Park in Hailsham is perfect for a day out. The small zoo come activities centre has activities for little family members to big family members including: go karting, bungee trampolining and boating.
For a more educational experience, The Observatory Science Centre provides a spectacular opportunity to get hands-on with science and explores the domes and telescopes of the astronomical observatory.
The area also boasts two incredible historical properties; Michelham Priory and Herstmonceux Castle. Michelham Priory is set in 7 acres of maintained grounds, complete with working watermill and forge. The Tudor mansion includes an interactive Victorian kitchen and WWII evacuee bedroom amongst others.
Herstmonceux Castle is a jewel near Hailsham and the 15th century moated castle with Elizabethan gardens is set in parkland.
Getting Around Hailsham
Hailsham did once have a train station but it closed to passengers in 1968. The nearest station is Polegate, a 10-minute car journey away. Train services from Polegate to Eastbourne trains are very regular and take 7 minutes. Those needing to travel to Brighton will spend around half an hour on their train, whereas those commuting to the city will travel for 1 hour 30 minutes, often with 1 change.
Not far from the coast, a drive from Hailsham to Eastbourne is around 20 minutes in good traffic. Double this journey time to drive to Brighton. However, driving is best avoided due to bad traffic at rush hour in both Eastbourne and Brighton.
There are a handful of local bus routes servicing the Hailsham area. The 51 and 54 connects Hailsham with Eastbourne.