When creating Ambersey Green, traditional architecture and plenty of green open space was key. The diversity of house types and carefully designed street scenes create great external visual appeal, but you'll be just as impressed by the interiors once you step through the front door.
With a range of 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom homes to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect fit here at Ambersey Green.
At Ambersey Green you’ll enjoy a peaceful setting amongst fields and woodland, while being close to the market town of Hailsham,
and just a short drive from Eastbourne and the South Coast.
A combination of traditional architecture and plenty of open green space is key to the appeal of Ambersey Green. A wide diversity of house types creates great visual appeal, with the houses set well back from the roads to allow them all to have front gardens. All homes have private parking and there are visitor spaces conveniently placed throughout the development.
Discover light-filled, perfectly proportioned rooms, and a very high level of quality and attention to detail. All homes have direct access to the garden through French doors, maximising your enjoyment of the natural green surroundings.
Ambersey Green has a very special place in the East Sussex countryside, with the High Weald just to the north and Pevensey Levels to the west, landscapes that are as scenic as they are ancient. This area is proof that it is still possible to lead a close-to-nature way of life, with country walks, quiet lanes and wide tranquil views as the backdrop.
Hailsham was granted its market charter in 1252 and it still runs the last surviving livestock market in the south east. It still keeps much of its market town character. There’s a square-towered 15th century parish church and a pleasing diversity of building styles clustered in the town centre.
Just up the road in Hellingly you’ll find Park Wood, an ancient historic woodland where majestic oak and chestnut trees form a canopy over the footpaths. The Cuckoo Trail, another opportunity for keen walkers, was a railway until 1968 and runs 14 miles from Heathfield to Polegate. Nearby Hailsham has a thriving social and cultural scene featuring The Pavilion, an independent venue, combining cinema, theatre and live music. Play parks, social and sports clubs all add to the local vitality.
Head south from Hailsham and you’ll soon reach some of England’s best loved seaside resorts. Eastbourne, 10 miles away, is the nearest, and has a reputation for being one of the sunniest places in Britain. A little further along the coast is Brighton, famed for its shops, excellent restaurants, artistic and cultural scene, as well as traditional seaside fun on the pier.
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