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Levett View

Harrow Lane, St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex, TN37 7PR

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About Levett View

First Releases Anticipated in Early 2025! 

Orbit Homes are excited to introduce Levett View, a new development of Shared Ownership homes in the seaside town of St Leonards-on-Sea. There will be 70 homes for sale, consisting of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom houses.. 

All the essentials can be found right on your doorstep, from a post office to supermarket, homeware store and a number of schools. If you like to keep active, the sports centre is just a 15 minute walk away.

Situated just minutes from Hastings town centre and beach, there is no shortage of ways to stay entertained. Along the coastal front from St Leonards to Hastings, there is an abundance of independent stores, galleries and characterful seafront cafes and restaurants. 

Hastings is steeped in medieval history, with the castle ruins sitting high above the bustling town. Reach the top of the cliff via the traditional wooden Victorian coaches, offering uninterrupted views stretching from Beachy Head across the Channel.  From here, explore ancient woodland glens with their unique biodiversity and rugged coastal paths at Hastings Country Park.


Nearby amenities

  • Post Office - 0.1 miles
    Post Office - 0.1 miles
  • Pub/Restaurant - 0.2 miles
    Pub/Restaurant - 0.2 miles
  • A21 - 0.4 miles
    A21 - 0.4 miles
  • Nearest Primary School - 0.5 miles
    Nearest Primary School - 0.5 miles
  • Sainsbury's - 0.7 miles
    Sainsbury's - 0.7 miles
  • Sports Centre - 0.8 miles
    Sports Centre - 0.8 miles
  • Conquest Hospital - 0.8 miles
    Conquest Hospital - 0.8 miles
  • Nearest Secondary School - 0.8 miles
    Nearest Secondary School - 0.8 miles
  • St Leonards Warrior Square - 2.7 miles
    St Leonards Warrior Square - 2.7 miles
  • Hastings Beach - 3.3 miles
    Hastings Beach - 3.3 miles

Local area

Connections- Located in the borough of Hastings, Levett View benefits from excellent links to neighbouring towns along the south coast, as well as excellent networks north.

By Road
East: The A259 travels east along the coast past Rye (12.3 miles), New Romney (24 miles) and into Folkestone (37.5 miles). 
North: A stone's throw from the A21, follow the road north towards Tunbridge Wells (25.8 miles) and Sevenoaks (35.3 miles), where you can access the the M25. 
West: The A259 west takes you through Bexhill (6.5 miles) and onto the A27. From here you travel south into Eastbourne (17.8 miles), or follow the road West to Brighton (37.1 miles).

By Air
London Gatwick Airport (44.9 miles)
London City Airport (65.2 miles)
London Heathrow Airport (79.1 miles)
London Stansted Airport (86.8 miles)

By Rail – There are 3 stations within 3 miles of Levett View; Ore, Hastings & St Leonards Warrior Square which provide Southern and Southeastern services.

St Leonards Warrior Square is the closest, just 2.7 miles or under a 15 minute drive. From here, you can travel to:
Tunbridge Wells (from 35mins)
Eastbourne (from 22mins)
Brighton (from 1hr 05mins)
London Charing Cross (from 1hr 29mins)
London Cannon Street (from 1hr 40mins)

Local Amenities

Within the immediate vicinity, you will find a post office, country pub & restaurant, Sainsbury's supermarket and homeware store. Travelling the opposite way is Helenswood Sports Centre, Conquest Hospital and a number of schools.


Based on an Ofsted rating of Good and Outstanding, there are 21 primary schools and 2 secondary schools within a 3 mile radius of Levett View. For small children, there are also a range of pre-schools nearby.

Local Area

St Leonards-on-Sea provides a picturesque backdrop for a range of restaurants, boutiques and a creative art scene. Take a stroll down the shingle beach, view an eclectic mix of film, comedy and music at Kino-Teatr or simply sit and take in St Leonards Gardens which is framed by architect James Burton's Regency buildings and an assortment of year-round plants.

Heading east along the coast will bring you to Hastings, with rich history spanning centuries and where the remains of William the Conqueror's first English castle stands today. Remaining a popular destination, there's plenty to keep you entertained from museum and art galleries, Hastings castle and country park, an aquarium and an extensive list of annual events. 

A little further afield is Rye, a medieval citadel home to cobbled streets lined with boutique hotels, cosy pubs and contemporary restaurants. A 5 minute drive will take you to the 7 mile stretch of dunes at Camber Sands, East Sussex's largest sandy beach. In the opposite direction is Bexhill, the birthplace of British motor racing, which is a popular tourist destination known for scenic coastal views, historic architecture and cultural heritage. 

Larger towns and cities such as Eastbourne, Royal Tunbridge Wells and Brighton are all easily accessible by major roads. 

*Times, distances and directions are approximate only and are taken from and and during peak time. June 2024.
**Data taken from June 2024.