Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are pleased to introduce this charming terraced cottage in a tranquil position in lea of the attractive St. Johns Sub Castro Church. Church Row is a small cul-de-sac of similar character and immediately adjoins the church and grounds. The property is in the popular Pells area of the town centre and yet just a few hundred yards from the open air swimming pool and attractive park and wetland nature areas with riverside walks. Tesco and Waitrose are within easy walking distance, as is the town`s historic core with its period properties, individual shops, public houses, cafes and restaurants, new Depot Cinema and the mainline Railway Station (London Victoria approx 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins).
The cottage is on three floors with two double bedrooms and a first floor modernised bathroom. The sitting room is 18ft (5.49m) depth, with a fitted kitchen to the rear addition. There is an attractive paved and walled rear garden for sitting and a first floor roof terrace with open aspect. There are original features including windows, open fireplaces and exposed beams to the second floor roof room. The property also has gas central heating.
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
12`9 x 13`7 (3.89m x 4.14m). Dormer window with easterly view over the churchyard to the South Downs, including Lewes Golf Course in the distance. Double glazed casement window. Exposed wooden roof and wall beams with recessed spotlights. Storage area. Wooden balustrade to galleried staircase to the first floor landing.
Radiator and stairs to ground floor and second floor bedroom. Radiator. Glazed door to:-
8`8 x 8`6 (2.64m x2.59m). Easterly aspect over the churchyard and The Fosse. Tiled floor. Brick bearer walls and metal hand rail.
13`2 x 10`9 ( 4.01m x 3.28m). Original sash window with westerly aspect to St. Johns Sub Castro Church. Double radiator. Double pine wardrobe with stripped pine doors and fitted shelves.
7`2 x 5`3 (2.18m x 1.60m) extending to 8`5 (2.57m). Modern white suite with wood panelled steel bath and mixer taps. Independent modern shower with tiled walls, shower curtain and rail. Wash basin with cupboard under. Low level w.c. with solid wood shelf over. Understairs storage area with chromium heated towel rail. Pine latched door.
22` x 12`4 (6.71m x 3.76m). Entrance door. Modern double glazed sash window with views to St. Johns Sub Castro Church to the west. Cast iron original open fireplace with slate tiled hearth. Fitted shelves to recess. Exposed wood flooring. TV point. Meter Box. Rear dining section with open-tread stairs to first floor. Fitted shelves. Glazed door to garden. 3 Sets of wall lights. Arch to:-
9`2 x 8`3 (2.79m x 2.51m). Double glazed casement window to rear garden. Fitted kitchen with stainless steel sink unit, single drainer, mixer taps and worktops to each side with cupboards under. Space and plumbing foe washing machine. Space for free-standing fridge/freezer. British gas C1 combination gas fired boiler. Fitted shelves.
East facing with stone slab and central brick roundel/sitting area. Brick raised beds. Brick north wall and flint rear and south walls. Water tap.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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