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We are a leading independent estate agent, established in Battle longer than any other, giving us a better understanding of the local market. Of course, we serve more than just Battle, we cover the whole local area including Hastings and St Leonards.
Our offices occupy a prime position in the centre of Battle. We use the latest computer technology and our systems are updated daily.
With every sale we go the extra mile to ensure a smooth transaction from the moment of instruction through to negotiating terms, monitoring progress and completion. We like to think we live with you through the complete selling or buying process, with clear and concise communication being our main objective.
We offer a wide selection of properties for sale from our office in the centre of the historic abbey town of Battle East Sussex, right at the heart of 1066 country.
We cover a wide area of East Sussex selling a variety of houses, cottages, bungalow and flats as well as commercial properties. We also specialise in the sale of country houses, equestrian properties, farm and land.
As Battle’s longest established estate agents we know what makes this area such a great place to live and work. We benefit from particularly good state and private schools, and Hastings and Eastbourne hospitals are within easy reach. Battle station is on the Hastings / Charing Cross / Cannon Street main line and we are privileged to be surrounded by beautiful countryside.
The Battle of Hastings and Battle Abbey are part of a unique history but the town doesn’t dwell in the past.
Battle’s picturesque high street is an interesting mixture and the town is well served by leading supermarkets.
We are 6 miles from the sea at Hastings, with Rye, Bexhill and Eastbourne our other nearest neighbours.
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