The property sales market has been through some rough times in the last few years. Buyers and venders alike are more cautious about the process due to property values and the economy as a whole. Traditionally the process of selling your property or buying your new home was an exciting experience and the reality is there have never been a better time to market your property or buy a new property. The skills that provide the key to a successful property transaction have never changed. Randalls provide professional property sales services based around these key skills and underlines the process with confidence.
Lettings and sales in Ticehurst.
Ticehurst is both a village and large civil parish. Within Ticehurst there is a vibrant, buzzing community with an active village club. The club hosts regular social events and fundraisers and produces a monthly newsletter called News and Views. Ticehurst village offers a hairdressers, greengrocers, butchers, chemist, car garage and two sales forecourts, post office, village shop, bank, two antique furiture dealers and two cafes, making this a very busy and social village. If you would like more infomation on letting or selling your property in Ticehurst please don't hesitate to contact us.
Living in Ticehurst
Ticehurst offers a great primary school, Ticehurst and Flimwell Church of England Primary School, which was rebuilt in 2004 and so offers up to date learning platforms. Within the primary school Ladybirds Nursery operates and offers a high standard of care from birth through to preschool. Although there are no secondary schools in Ticehurst there is Uplands Community College which offers learning from year 7 to year 13.
Ticehurst offers Dale Hill golf club with has two 18 hole golf courses, a driving range, practice bunker and two putting greens. Dale Hill also has a leisure club with offers a fully air conditioned gym and heated indoor swimming pool. Ticehurst has its own football club, Ticehurst FC. Further afield but not far is Bewl Water which has a huge amount water activities including windsurfing, sailing and boating.
There is no nightlife in Ticehurst but there are some excellent places to eat and drink. The Chequers Inn located in the heart of the village. The Cherry Tree Inn serves traditional pub food and a range of beers, wines and ales. The Bell Inn is serves great food sorced locally, offers rooms to stay and a venue for celebrating in and even getting married!