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Helping you achieve the very best price possible for your home within your desired time frame whilst taking the stress out of your next move. We believe that selling your property can & should be a stress free and exciting time when placed in the right hands. It is our aim to create relationships, not just transactions, which is why our reputation continues to grow year on year!

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Helping you achieve the very best financial return out of your property portfolio from securing you the finest tenants at the best rents and ensuring you are kept compliant with all the latest legislation at all times. Our aim is simple and that is to take any stress or worries away from you, so that you can enjoy what really matters to you!

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Area Guide

Area Guide for St Leonards

St Leonards

The original picture postcard Regency seaside town, St Leonards was planned as a purpose-built resort for the wealthy during the Regency period. Planned and built by renowned architect James Burton, St Leonards became a family affair as Burton’s son, Decimus, took over the task after his father’s death.  Burton Senior had long cherished a vision of a coastal town and had perfected his craft in London working on the beautiful buildings of Bloomsbury and Regents Park. St Leonards-on-Sea...

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Area Guide for Hastings

Hastings

William the Conqueror founded Battle Abbey as penance for the lives lost in the Battle of Hastings of 1066. Hastings also has a ruined Norman castle which was home to the conquering Frenchman. Hastings is a Cinque Port, one of a series of historic coastal towns in Kent, Sussex and Essex formed for military and trade purposes; now just a ceremonial title remains. With the arrival of the railway in the 19th century Hastings became a popular seaside resort, especially for Londoners. Its population...

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Area Guide for Bexhill

Bexhill

Bexhill-on-Sea is a peaceful coastal location and is the Victorian and Edwardian cousin to its Regency neighbour, St Leonards. Located between Hastings and Eastbourne, the town is primarily residential with a small amount of visitor and tourist traffic, far less than it would have known in its holiday heyday. A popular resort in the 19th and early 20th century, Bexhill-on-Sea is filled with architecture from this period but actually has pretty ancient antecedents; the settlement was established...

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