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Property in East Sussex




  • Letts Letting Agency - Eastbourne

    105 South Street Little Chelsea, Eastbourne BN21 4LT

    Letts Letting & Sales is an independent agent based in Eastbourne, East Sussex. Originally started in Brighton over twenty years ago we have been trading in Eastbourne for over ten years now. Our record of success has been built upon a single-minded desire to exceed our clients expectations, a sign of this success is the fact that a large proportion of our business is from referrals, satisfied Clients who have recommended us to friends and family.

    Sales: 01323 376647

    Lettings: 01323 376647

  • Charles Wycherley - Lewes

    66 High Street Lewes BN7 1XG

    Formally a partner of Messrs A. Wycherley, Charles has chosen to set up a new exciting venture as Charles Wycherley Estate Agents and Surveyor. As a specialist in Lewes, a town that he loves, and within a ten mile radius including the local villages and hamlets that he knows so well, Charles has unsurpassed knowledge of Lewes property over 30 years of valuing, selling and surveying in the town and area over these many years.

    Charles was within a fifth generation of estate agent in the Wycherley firm, starting in 1853 in Keere Street, previous generations dealing with Leonard and Virginia Woolf purchasing The Round House, Pipe Passage and most famously Monks House in Rodmell. Three generations alone are mentioned in the popular historical book ‘Mrs Dudeney’s Diary’.

    Charles Wycherley Estate Agents incorporates the skill, experience and knowledge of 30 years property work in Lewes and being a qualified Chartered Surveyor. This expertise combines with a new clear-cut modern image with new website, particulars, advertising campaign and property portals including Rightmove, to continue strong links with London, Brighton and Hove and throughout the country, to continue to sell in this highly attractive town and area.

    Charles Wycherley has a B.Sc in Estate Management from South Bank University, working for St. John Smith, Chartered Surveyors, Uckfield in his ‘sandwich’ year, including auction work. He worked at Lewis & Tucker in the West End, doing a full range of property management and then was 2nd Surveyor for Barnard Marcus carrying out full surveys, rent reviews and mortgage valuations in south and west London. Charles returned to the family firm in 1986, qualifying as an Incorporated Valuer in 1985 and then as a Chartered Surveyor in 1990. Charles was Junior Chairman of the RICS Sussex Branch and has won two national auction competitions.

    The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors have now established the qualification of RICS Registered Valuer. Valuations underpin nearly all financial decisions from home mortgage to major investment and corporate finance. We provide probate valuations instructed by Banks, Solicitors, Executors and Beneficiaries,Registered Valuers giving added experience and credence to valuations and indeed his other servicessuch as Structural Surveys,Homebuyers Reports or indeed as agents giving qualifications in aid of the sale of property. Charles Wycherley holds the qualification of RICS Registered Valuer which, where necessary, can be used at the same time as a structural survey, Homebuyers Report or becoming agents for the sale of the property.

    Sales: 01273 083818

    Lettings: 01273 083818

  • Sawyer & Co - Portslade

    10 Station Road Portslade BN41 1GA

    Sawyer & Co

    Estate Agents and Property Management Services in Brighton and Hove

    Caring, dynamic, with a strong desire to challenge perception, we are an award winning, multi-departmental estate agency with offices in Brighton, Hove and Portslade.

    Highly experienced in property sales, lettings and management across Brighton & Hove, with our Block & Estate Management covering most of Sussex, we ensure outstanding customer service.

    Our coverage extends east from Kemptown to Rottingdean, Saltdean and beyond, encompassing Hangleton, Southwick and Shoreham to the west; London, national and international connections being offered through our professional associations.

    Portslade Office

    Portslade-by-Sea is the boundary town to West Sussex. The area was added to Hove in 1974 and is situated just to the west of the city. A region fortunate enough to boast a variety of landscapes in a relatively small area, it comprises a combination of village and country life juxtaposed alongside busy portside industry, all steeped in a rich history and filled with rare surprises and scenic charm.

    Historic Foredown Tower in Portslade can be seen perched on the edge of the Sussex Downs. This former Edwardian water tower has been beautifully converted and is now an important centre for conservation and education. Home to a real gem in the form of one of only two operational camera obscuras in south east England and one of the very few places where one can step inside the body of a camera to experience the thrill of seeing the outside world projected at your feet. This unique optical device is used to observe the stunning surrounding landscape and views across the channel. Originally built as a water tower for Foredown hospital, which served as an isolation sanatorium for patients with infectious diseases, the tower was not demolished along with the hospital in 1988-89, but put to good use and became the meeting place of the Foredown Tower Astronomers until the local council saw the potential for the tower to become an adult learning and visitor centre. Foredown tower has become a popular location, due to its pretty walled garden and café, as a stop-off destination for people out walking.

    Designated a conservation area, Portslade village, nestled in a valley of the South Downs, was the original settlement and was built up in the 16th century. The arrival of the railway from Brighton in 1840 encouraged rapid development of the coastal area and in 1896 the Southern ‘Copperas Gap’, was granted urban district status and renamed Portslade-by-Sea, making it distinct from Portslade Village. Today Portslade is bisected from east to west by the A270 running between Brighton and Worthing and is made up of a number of separate communities enriched by a wealth of trees and park spaces.

    For those who love the quaintness and ease of village life, Portslade Village still retains its rich rural fabric and character, with flint buildings, a village green and the small parish church of St Nicholas. Dating back from around 1150 this church is the second oldest in the city. Of its wealth of heritage assets and listed buildings, Portslade Manor is one of the few surviving ruins of a Norman manor, built in the 12th century and now a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The interesting Foredown Tower houses one of the only two camera obscuras in the south of England.


    There are good local shopping facilities and essential amenities in the village. More comprehensive shopping facilities can be found a mile away. Good local schools and a modern health centre are all within easy reach. Easthill Park, the village green and access to the Downs provide tranquillity and spectacular walks and for health enthusiasts, sports and leisure facilities are located nearby on Chalky Road, Mile Oak.


    Communication links to the city centre, the Capital and areas east and west of Portslade are excellent, the Old Shoreham Road providing easy access by car and the A27 accessed via the Hangleton Link Road. Portslade and Mile Oak are also on efficient local bus routes and Fishersgate station and Portslade main line station are located within a mile, providing swift links to London and the south coast.


    The properties in the village range from purpose built apartments through to original flint cottages, the most common being pretty terraced houses. The medieval street layout survives, and distinguishes the old village from the more orderly surrounding suburban estate morphology. The sense of community in the region is highly developed with a real feeling of belonging and pride in the local area. To the south of the area Portslade-by-Sea straddles the small but busy seaport harbour basin of Shoreham. The residential areas to the coast and either side of the village are populated with Victorian terraces, pre and post war family homes together with some modern developments. Wherever your interests lie you will be sure to find the perfect property.


    If you need more information on any of our services, want to book a valuation, want to arrange a viewing or simply would like to chat with us, contact us now on the number displayed or press the Contact Agent button. A member of our team will be happy to help you – we look forward to hearing from you.

    Sales: 01273 283886

    Lettings: 01273 283886

East Sussex estate agents