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New Homes in Hailsham

View all new build homes closest to Hailsham browsing the list of developments below.

Meadowburne Place
Meadowburne Place
St Martins Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN22 0LG
  • £319,995 to £384,995
  • 2 and 3 bedroom
  • Discover the stylish 2 and 3 bedroom homes at Meadowburne Place, in the sought after village of Lower Willingdon. This popular development is defined by its generous amount of green space and a beautiful outlook over the South Downs.  The village is only a short drive away from the buzz of neighbouring Eastbourne and Bexhill-on-Sea, whilst also enjoying being nestled in glorious countryside and surrounded by coastal walks.
Chalkers Rise
Chalkers Rise
Pelham Rise, Peacehaven, East Sussex, BN10 8AP
  • £254,995 to £422,995
  • 2 and 3 bedroom
  • Discover the contemporary 2 bedroom apartments plus 3 bedroom homes at Chalkers Rise, a popular development in Peacehaven. Nestled on the edge of the South Downs National Park with great hiking and cycling trails to spectacular landmarks, including the Seven Sisters. Move here and you will be only a short walk away from the town centre, Peacehaven Cliffs and not far from buzzing Brighton.
The Poppies - Barratt Homes
The Poppies - Barratt Homes
London Road, Aylesford, Kent, ME16 0ZP
  • £394,995 to £534,995
  • 3 and 4 bedroom
  • The Poppies in Aylesford offers a wonderful collection of 3 and 4 bedroom homes. The picturesque Kentish village benefits from the convenience of local shops, pubs, schools and a thriving community atmosphere. All our homes on this development meet the latest building regulations, which set the standards for energy performance and carbon emissions. Click here to find out more. Move here and you’ll be just a short drive away from Maidstone and Rochester, plus you can enjoy beautiful views of the Kent Downs. 

Live the life

Located in East Sussex just a short drive from the coast, Hailsham is within commuting distance of Eastbourne and close to both the South Downs National Park and High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. If you want rural living within easy reach of bigger towns and cities, a new home in Hailsham could be the right choice for you and your family.

Things to see and do

Markets in Hailsham

Hailsham is a market town, with regular markets in the town centre along with a weekly livestock market and a monthly farmer’s market. 

Activities in Hailsham

The town is also home to Hailsham Museum and Heritage Centre, Bushy Wood Activity Centre, Hailsham Leisure Centre and Maurice Thornton Playing Fields.

Things to do with kids in Hailsham

If you’re moving to Hailsham with children, they’ll love exploring Knockhatch Adventure Park, getting active at Knockhatch Ski and Snowboard Centre, and trying extreme sports at Knockhill Mountain Board Centre. Other attractions include Drusillas Park, the Observatory Science Centre and Eastbourne Miniature Steam Railway.

Things to do near Hailsham

For a breath of fresh air, you can go for a seaside stroll along Eastbourne Beach, wander through the grounds at Michelham Priory and Gardens, or go hiking and cycling in the South Downs National Park.

Other attractions include Shinewater Park in Eastbourne, Blackberry Farm in Lewes, Herstmonceux Castle and Pevensey Levels National Nature Reserve.


Schools in Hailsham

For families moving to Hailsham, it’s good to know there are a number of ‘outstanding’ schools in the local area, including Gildredge House and Claverham Community College. The independent Bede’s Senior School and Moira House Girls’ School are both nearby, while Eastbourne College offers further education.

Universities in Hailsham

If you have older children who are thinking about studying for a degree, the University of Brighton Eastbourne Campus is only a short drive away.

Getting to Hailsham

Hailsham is bypassed by the A22, and although there’s no train station in the town, there are rail services from Polegate just a 10-minute drive south. From Eastbourne, the journey to Hailsham takes around 20 minutes by car, while the journey from Bexhill takes around 25 minutes. Hailsham is a 45-minute drive from Brighton and just under two hours from central London. From Polegate station, the train to London Bridge takes one hour 20 minutes, changing at East Croydon.

When you’re going on holiday, Hailsham is only an hour’s drive away from London Gatwick Airport, where you can catch flights to destinations all around the world.