Lion House Park
The town of Hailsham is approximately 1 mile away and has a bus service which comes to the centre of the Park. The town has a weekly Market, Supermarket, Leisure Complex and a Medical Centre. Beautifully laid out in a green setting, this Retirement Park (50+) can take most sizes of Homes. The roads are well lit and mains gas is available, as well as other services. Further pets are not accepted at Lion House Park.
Eastbourne is approximately 8 miles away and is easily reached by car, or a bus service. It is a pleasant town with seafront and pier, bandstand, floral gardens, Sovereign Centre Leisure complex and theatres. Situated on the edge of the South Downs the Park is conveniently located for visiting Hastings, Brighton and Newhaven where the Cross Channel Ferry runs to Dieppe.
On the Park there is a lively social life, centred on the Residents' Club plus Residents enjoy the many local amenities, including golf and good fishing.
All the new homes sited are fully furnished and have tiled roofs, mains gas central heating and double glazing. The brick skirt, paths and steps are included in the price quoted.
If you would like to visit this Park please telephone the park office and our sales staff will be pleased to show you around and advise on up to date plot availability.
Things you might like to know
- Retirement Park (50+)
- Further pets not accepted
- Current Pitch Fees for new homes at Lion House Park are £204.00 per month.
What Our Residents Say
"This friendly Berkeley Park has peaceful, attractive gardens and countryside surroundings. Moving here was the best decision we ever made!"
"Forty three years residency; no regrets; friendly social club; lovely neighbours; quiet site; bus service; seaside and countryside nearby. Shangri-La!"
"On retiring we decided on East Sussex and found Lion House Park in 1970 and never regretted our decision to live here. Our peaceful haven for 41½ years."
"I chose Lion House Park because of its peace and tranquility, and yets its relative closeness to Hailsham town centre."