Homes based on the house builder's New Heritage Collection are coming soon to Hailsham in East Sussex.

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  • The collection boasts traditional-looking exteriors with a nod to the Arts & Crafts movement, brought right up to date with contemporary interiors designed for 21st century living.

    And, while some external changes have had to be made to suit local planning guidelines, the Hailsham homes will be true to the New Heritage ethos of combining the best of old and new.

    The 12 acre Willow Gardens development on Battle Road will feature 128 new homes in a mix of two, three and four bedroom designs. There will be detached, semi-detached and some terraced properties to suit every kind of buyer.

    It marks a welcome return to the area for Redrow Homes, which has built extensively in East Sussex in the past, with previous developments in Hailsham, Stone Cross and Eastbourne.

    Eager customers can register their interest now to make sure they are first in the queue when the new collection of homes is launched at the end of April / early May with three furnished show homes.

    Suzanne Irons, sales director for Redrow in its eastern division, says: "With such an extensive mix of properties, Willow Gardens will cater for the needs of a wide variety of buyers from first timers, to young professionals, growing families and empty nesters.

    "The new development will add to our portfolio in the south of England and will, I'm sure, prove to be just as popular as previous schemes in East Sussex and our current ventures in Kent and Essex."

    Redrow's new venture is located on the A22, just eight miles from Eastbourne, about 25 miles from Royal Tunbridge Wells and a similar distance from Brighton, so it's in a prime location for commuters but also has plenty of amenities nearby.

    Homes will feature contemporary interiors with an emphasis on convivial open plan spaces for modern family living and stunning kitchens with floor to ceiling units and top brand name appliances.

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