Archery Gardens / Burton

Plot H6 - Semi-Detached

, St Leonards, Hastings

East Sussex, TN38 0HX

£ Shared Ownership


Price Details
Price Monthly Rent Other Charges
£166,000 (40%) £570.63 £38

Floor Plans

  • Floor plan

    Lower Ground Floor

    Kitchen/Dining Room
    6140mm x 4800mm
    (20’2” x 15’9”)

    Utility Room
    3770mm x 2560mm
    (12’4” x 8’5”)

    Ground Floor

    Living Room
    4250mm x 3220mm
    (13’11” x 10’7”)

    Bedroom 1
    4970mm x 3920mm
    (16’4” x 12’10”)

    First Floor

    Bedroom 2
    4970mm x 3010mm
    (16’4”max x 9’10”max)

    Bedroom 3
    4120mm x 2750mm
    (13’6”max x 9’0”)

    Bedroom 4
    3670mm x 2100mm
    (12’1”max x 6’11”)

    Floor plans are not drawn to scale. Measurements are taken from areas marked with a pink arrow. They are maximum approximate dimensions and given as a guide only. These should not be used as a basis for purchasing flooring or furniture. Orbit reserve the right to alter plans, specification, position of doors and windows and change tenure subject to demand without prior notice. External elevations vary from plot to plot. Please ask your Sales Consultant for current information when reserving your new home. Information correct at time of going to print.


  • Kitchen


     Contemporary Rixonway Estilo fitted kitchen with a range of wall abase units
    • Integrated single oven
    • Integrated gas hob
    • Stainless steel extractor hood
    • Integrated fridge/freezer
    • Washer/dryer
    • Stainless steel 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap

  • Bathroom


    • Contemporary white sanitaryware
    • Thermostatic shower over bath with full-height tiling to bath
    • Glass shower screen
    • Tiled splashback to wash hand basin
    • Shaver point
    • Extractor fan
    • Vinyl flooring to bathroom
    • Vinyl flooring to downstairs cloakroom

Archery Gardens

Hastings is fast becoming one of the best places to live and commute to London, with trains reaching the capital in under an hour and a half.

Hastings boasts a wonderful array of events, history, and attractions for everyone to enjoy. History buffs will love Hastings Castle, a ruined 11th century Norman fortress, and Smuggler’s Adventure, underground tunnels once used by smugglers. Explore the winding passages and narrow streets (known as ‘twittens’) off the Old Town High Street, and stroll through Alexandra Park. There are several festivals throughout the year, including Hastings Beer Festival, the Old Town Carnival, and the Jack in the Green Festival.

The four Ofsted outstanding schools in the wider area make Hastings an excellent place for families, who will enjoy trips to the Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, and the annual Pirate Day!

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