Golden Cross Park offers residential park homes for sale in East Sussex in a location nestled between an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a national park and the long beaches and charming resort towns of the southeast English coast.
Surrounded by rolling meadows, Golden Cross’s rural serenity is complimented by the convenience of easy transport links into nearby Hailsham. Among the town’s historic streets you’ll find a post office, a leisure centre and a choice of supermarkets, shops, pubs and restaurants – some of which deliver to the park. A regular bus service runs between the stop opposite the park entrance and Hailsham High Street. The journey takes around 17 minutes.
Essentials and fuel are available from the petrol station across the road. Also close by is a choice of local country pubs offering food, local ales and live music. The nearest bowls club is just outside Hailsham, and three fisheries and three golf clubs lie within a five-mile radius of Golden Cross.
The chalk hills of the South Downs National Park are a ten-minute drive away. Among them stands the nearby historic town of Lewes with its ancient castle and famous bonfire night celebrations. Also within easy traveling distance are the chocolate-box English countryside landscapes and grand manor houses of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
From the park, you can reach the coast in 15 minutes. Visit Seven Sisters Country Park to see iconic white cliffs or relax on the beach at Pevensey Bay. Local seaside resorts include Eastbourne, with its traditional pier and elegant Victorian boulevards, and up-and-coming Hastings with its thriving cultural scene.
Enquire today about residential park homes for sale in East Sussex at Golden Cross Park.
Onsite parking is available.
There are two steps no more than 225mm high up to each lodge. The main entrance doors are wheelchair accessible.
Things to do in East Sussex
Explore the grounds and gardens of this fairy tale brick-built medieval castle.
Lewes Bonfire Night Celebrations
Watch the exuberant parade and bombastic firework display at one of the UK’s biggest bonfire night celebrations.
Hastings Museum and Art Gallery
Discover a fascinating collection of artifacts of local history, world cultures and natural sciences, and beautiful examples of the fine and decorative arts.
A traditional pier with shops, a café, a bar and Victorian tearooms.
A zoo specially designed for the enjoyment of 2-10 year old children.
Local fisheries include: The Belfry Fishing Lakes, Horam Manor Fishery and Falkenvil Fishery.
Local bowls clubs include: Ringmer Bowls Club, Hellingly Bowls Club.
Local golf courses include: Horam Park, Wellshurst Golf, The East Sussex National which also has a swimming pool and spa facilities.
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