Property for saleHigh Street, Pevensey, East Sussex
Sale by Tender
- Grade II Listed Building
- High Street Location
- In need of restoration
The Old Mint House dates back to 1342 and is a substantial and attractive building. The current building is situated where a building for minting coins can be traced as far back as 1076 AD, some of the coins from this site are now on display in the British Museum.
The property which currently comprises approximately 879 m2 retains a vast amount of
character and features some of which in the case of the oak panelling are believed to date back to 1460 AD. There is a long and interestign past to The Old Mint House including the visit of Kings and we have a Souviner book detailing it for those who are interested.
It is thought, subject to the necessary consents, that the site could be moved forward on an enabling basis to ensure the restoration and preservation of The Old Mint House.
The owner and their consultants have had numerous discussions and various correspondences with Wealden District Council
regarding the development and restoration of The Old Mint House. These have all been documented and are available upon request.
Method of Sale
The freehold interest in the site is being offered by way of informal tender. The vendor is under no obligation to accept the highest or indeed any offer.
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The site is situated in the attractive and historic village of Pevensey in a central location opposite the Castle and backing on to farmland. The modern parish of Pevensey with a population of
approximately 4,000 is situated in the district of Wealden in East Sussex, England, midway between the coastal towns of Eastbourne and Bexhill. It comprises the ancient village of
Pevensey, the larger seaside resort of Pevensey Bay and some twelve kilometres of farmland on Pevensey Levels.
Pevensey Village is a small historic settlement with many ancient buildings dominated by the East Gate of Pevensey Castle. The Norman castle is run by English Heritage and open to the public.
Other buildings in this historic village open to the public are The Courthouse, the smallest town hall in England and the Early English church of St Nicolas.
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