Hart Reade have been an important part of the Hailsham community for over 28 years.
In 1984 a branch was established when the firm took over the long-established practice of John Holt and moved to its present offices in the beautiful Queen Anne building, Old Manor House, Market Street in 1995.
The Old Manor House was once home to one of Hailsham’s most notable cattle breeders, Josiah Pitcher (born in 1813). Between the wars it became a tea room and after that its history is uncertain. It fell into dereliction until it was bought in 1985 and painstakingly restored. It is now a Grade II* listed building boasting many original features including a staircase that dates back to circa 1740.
This stunning building is fully staffed by our Hailsham team who provide a range of legal advice and services to the residents of Hailsham and surrounding areas. The office also benefits from its own car park (which clients are free to use when attending for appointments) and offers safe storage of Wills, deeds and other securities.
Please contact the Hailsham office for more information.
Pictured above – Hailsham staff holding a Jubilee coffee morning to raise money for charity.
Old Manor House, a beautiful Grade II* listed building.