Two impressive red-brick Edwardian properties arranged as two self-contained semi-detached buildings, over three floors with rear extensions. They occupy a prominent corner location on the junction of Old Orchard Road in the sought-after Meads District of Eastbourne.
The properties are situated in the heart of Eastbourne town centre close to comprehensive local shopping facilities and amenities including the mainline station and the seafront. Eastbourne is situated between Brighton and Hastings and there are excellent road links to all surrounding areas via the nearby A259 and A27.
Each building has been well maintained, has a gas heating system via radiators and retain many original features including period staircase (number 8 Saffrons), feature fireplaces and windows. They are considered suitable for a variety of uses including residential conversion, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
6 Saffrons Road
Five offices, three W.C.s and kitchen with rear annexe and office six.
Four offices, kitchen, W.C.
8 Saffrons Road
Impressive entrance hallway with original staircase to first floor, seven offices, W.C. Rear annexe with kitchen, store, disabled W.C. and open plan space.
Three offices, kitchen, storeroom, W.C.
Two offices, two stores, W.C.
Driveway from Saffrons Road and Old Orchard Road with parking for several vehicles. Lawned areas to the front and sides with mature trees and shrub borders.
Local Planning Authority
Eastbourne Borough Council. Tel: 01323 415210. Website: eastbourne.gov.uk.