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Whatleys House, High Street, Horam
Guide price £325,000 | 1 bedroom

An attractive, detached property built circa 1900 with mixed commercial and residential use with the upper part (first floor) arranged as a large, self-contained one bedroom flat with some 685 sq ft of accommodation and the ground floor commercial premises as a self-contained therapy centre offering about 917 sq ft of space.

Therapy Centre

The ground floor premises is arranged with four separate consulting rooms (all with hand wash basins fitted), a reception area, separate kitchen, cloakroom and WC. It is in excellent condition throughout and whilst the current use is one of promoting health and personal development through treatments, workshops and courses, it could be used for a number of different uses, subject to all necessary consents.


The flat has its own private entrance door leading into an entrance hall with staircase up to the first floor which consists of a good size sitting/living room, kitchen with a range of fitted units and electric cooking facilities, double bedroom and bathroom. A large attic/loft space offers potential to create another useful room - subject to the usual consents.


The property has a small, private garden at the rear with patio area, lawn and a small storage shed. To the front there is a driveway parking area.

Horam is a thriving village with a strong sense of community and is seeing some exciting new residential developments coming through. The village has a good range of shops and services providing for day-to-day needs with, a dentist, doctors surgery, pharmacy, village inn, small Co-op supermarket, veterinary surgery, florist, hairdressers and butchers as well as a tea room and shopping emporium and at Horam Manor Farm, a fishery, riding school, and lakeside cafe. In terms of recreational facilities, there is the a playing field and playground, tennis club, junior football club and lawn bowls club and access to the renowned Cuckoo trail which provides scenic and traffic free walking and cycling along the former railway line from Heathfield to Eastbourne Park.

The market town of Heathfield is a short drive, located 2.5 miles to the north and has a good range of amenities with a number of independent shops and restaurants together with four national supermarket chains


Mains water, electricity and gas with gas fired central heating and hot water. Mains drainage.

Local Authority

Wealden District Council.


Council Tax Band ‘B’. The Therapy Centre is presently subject to Business Rates.


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