Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents presents one of six houses converted some 30 years ago from the attractive Southover Malthouse, originally part of Southover Manor and once a girl`s school, and now approached via an attractive grass and pathed square off of Cluny Street. This attractive red brick and tile house was converted on three floors with a large 17`8 x 10`5 (5.43m x 3.20m) upstairs sitting room, looking over the square, with a wealth of ceiling and wall beams to the rest of the property. The ground floor has a fully fitted kitchen/dining room with entrance hall, ground floor cloakroom and study/occasional further bedroom, leading to a raised brick garden with seating terrace for afternoon and summer evening sun. There are three bedrooms, the principal also looking over the square, and an attractive modern white bathroom suite. The property has majority double glazed windows, gas central heating and a garage just yards away on a footpath approach and at the convenient end of a block off of Cluny Street.
This elegant Malthouse is extremely conveniently positioned in the highly popular ‘old` town Southover area of Lewes. The property has a footpath approach from Southover High Street or Cluny Street, being quiet and yet just yards from historic Anne of Cleves House, Southover Church and the town`s attractive Grange Gardens at the bottom of cobbled Keere Street. Crucially, Lewes Railway Station (London Victoria approx. 1 hour & London Bridge), is only five minutes walk and the town centre is just beyond with its historic core of period buildings, individual shops, antique shops, craft based industries, a host of popular inns and a growing number of restaurants and cafes.
THE ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
11` (3.35m) high ceiling with south facing Velux window. 2 Wall lights. Smoke alarm. Exposed wall beam. Wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and pine shelf over. Original airing cupboard with electric heater. Stairs to half landing. Timber recessed arch with upright and beam over, leading to:-
12`7 x 10`7 (3.87m x 3.26m). Exposed ceiling beams and horizontal wall timbers. Wooden double glazed window to front Malthouse square with south facing aspect and a glimpse of countryside. Double radiator. Exposed pine door. Double radiator.
7`3 x 5`2 (2.22m x 1.58m). White suite of tiled panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, shower curtain and rail. Cottage pedestal wash basin. Low level wc. Heated ‘ladder` towel rail. Spotlights. Extractor fan. Attractive bath and basin walls, inset mirror. Shaver point.
10`5 x 7`3 (3.20m x 2.22m). Double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and attractive period buildings. Exposed ceiling beams. Stainless steel spotlight. Radiator. Exposed wood panelled door.
Exposed ceiling beams. Painted wooden balustrades and exposed wood handrail.
Stairs to second and ground floors with painted wooden balustrades and exposed wood handrails. Exposed ceiling beam and wall beam. Smoke alarm. Overhead shelf.
17`8 x 10`5 (5.43m x 3.20m). Double glazed window looking to Cluny Street courtyard to south. Exposed ceiling beams and additional wall and horizontal beams. Wall light points. Double radiator.
10`5 x 8` (3.20m x 2.44m). Double glazed window looking to rear garden and period property on Southover High Street behind. Radiator. Exposed ceiling and wall beams. Spotlight. Exposed wooden door.
Glazed entrance door. Quarry tiled floor. Shelved cupboard with electric meter and fuse box. Exposed beam. Glazed leadlight door to:-
15`2 x 10`3 (4.63m x 3.14m). Secondary glazed wood casement window with tiled cill, looking to The Malthouse courtyard. Fitted kitchen with stainless steel handles, worktops and tiled splashbacks. Sink unit with drainer and mixer taps with cupboards under. Space and plumbing for washing machine. NEFF ceramic halogen hob with 4-rings and electric oven under. Extractor fan over. Worktops to both sides with drawers, pan drawers and cupboards under and range of wall cupboards with underlighting. Space for fridge/freezer and cupboard housing Glow Worm Flexicom combination gas fired boiler. British Gas electronic programmer. Quarry tiled floor. Radiator. TV point.
Covered radiator. Stairs to first floor. Wood strip flooring.
White low level wc. Contemporary wash basin with mixer taps and cupboard under. Extractor fan. Quarry tiled floor. Fitted shelves. Spotlights. Radiator.
STUDY (temporary BEDROOM 4)
Wood strip flooring. Cupboard understairs. Fitted shelving. Covered radiator. Exposed ceiling beams. Spotlight. Part glazed stable door to garden.
Approached via the attractive Malthouse quadrangle with brick footpaths, lawn and trees, leading to brick steps with inset borders. Small south facing brick patio. Outside tap and gas meter.
Brick steps with wrought iron handrail leading to attractive raised brick seating terrace for afternoon and evening sun. Wooden seating area with vista to attractive period buildings. Outside light.
Approached by footpath from the property, the single garage is the first one in the block.
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