A rarely available opportunity to acquire two inter-connecting bay-fronted Edwardian properties with gardens to the front and substantial parking area to the rear. They are arranged over three floors with a gas heating system via radiators and retain many original features, including fireplaces, original sash windows and coving throughout. The rooms are well appointed and were formerly used as offices by the Local Authority but would suit a variety of uses, including residential conversion, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.
The property is situated in the heart of the sought after Meads District, with easy access to Eastbourne town centre with its comprehensive local shopping facilities, seafront and mainline station. Eastbourne is situated between Brighton and Hastings with excellent road links to all surrounding areas via the nearby A259 and A27.
Local Planning Authority
Eastbourne Borough Council. Tel: 01323 415210. Website: eastbourne.gov.uk.
The building is accessed from east and west entrances with period staircase, an impressive entrance hallway to the upper floors. There are also stairs either end down to three basement store rooms on either side of the property. Two W.C.s, nine offices and eight small store rooms.
Three W.C.s, nine offices and two store rooms.
Gardens to the front with mature trees and shrub borders with lawned area and a shared driveway leading to a substantial rear parking area, with further development potential, subject to all necessary consents being obtainable.