Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are pleased to market this fine mid terraced character house on two storeys with views over roof tops to open countryside. The house has two spacious double bedrooms and a large bathroom, and also has the potential for a roof conversion (subject to Planning Permission). The sitting room looks pleasantly over the rear garden and there is an open-plan kitchen/family room with new fitted kitchen. The property has gas fired central heating, a pleasant south facing and good sized rear garden and a garage which has access from the rear lane.
The property is situated in a quiet lane, leading onto the South Downs with excellent walks, to the eastern edge of Lewes. Mill Road is within very easy walking distance to the popular South Malling primary school, as well as a bus stop directly connecting to Lewes town centre, which is just over a ten minute walk. Lewes town has a picturesque historic core with period buildings and cultural attractions. There are individual shops, 3 superstores, a growing number of excellent restaurants, bars and cafes, the new Depot Cinema and the main line Railway Station (London Victoria approximately 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins).
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
uPVC double glazed window. Painted wooden balustrade and hand rail with half landing. Potential for roof conversion (subject to Planning Permission). Smoke alarm.
14`3 x 11`5 (4.36m x 3.51m). Characterful front double bedroom with 2 sash windows and secondary glazing, enjoying magnificent country views beyond houses. Original cast iron fireplace. Original fitted cupboard with storage space over. Fitted shelves. Radiator.
11`7 x 8` (3.57m x 2.44m). Large white bathroom with steel panelled bath and Triton T80si electric shower. Tiled bath area. Pedestal wash basin with splashback. Low level w.c. Double airing cupboard with jacketed copper hot water tank, immersion heater and slatted shelves. Radiator. Switchmaster electronic programmer. uPVC double glazed window. N.B. The bathroom is large and offers the space for a staircase to a potential second floor roof conversion.
BEDROOM 2 (Main)
13`10 x 9`2 (4.27m x 2.80m) with additional space into the wardrobe. uPVC double glazed window to rear garden. Original cast iron fireplace with mantle and 2 double wardrobe cupboards each side into reveals. Radiator.
Original part glazed entrance door. Cloaks hanging space. Glazed door to:-
Stairs with painted wooden balustrades and hand rail to half landing and first floor. Radiator. Telephone point. Thermostat.
Window. Low level w.c.
20`10 x 11` (6.40m x 3.35m). New kitchen fitted in 2016 and opened up into a double aspect room with double secondary glazed sash window to Mill Road to the north-east. Tiled open fireplace with oak mantle. Exposed wooden floorboards. Picture rail. Radiator. Modern fitted kitchen with central breakfast bar. Central top with cupboards under and space and plumbing for washing machine. 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps. Cupboards under and space for Lamona dishwasher. Lamona 4-ring stainless steel hob with stainless steel extractor hood with light over. Worktops to each side with cupboards, drawers, pan drawers and corner cupboard under. Range of wall cupboards with under unit lighting. Lamona stainless steel double electric oven with cupboard over and drawers under. Fitted fridge/freezer with storage cupboards to side. Tiled splashback. Wood laminate flooring. Recessed spotlighting.
14`1 x 10` (4.30m x 3.05m). Double aspect room with uPVC double glazed patio doors to south-west facing garden and window to south. Open brick fireplace with tiled hearth and oak mantle and trim. Picture rail. Radiator. Recess for table and fitted shelves.
Garden with view to the South Downs, shrubs and paving. Steps leading to front entrance.
Path to garden with understairs storage cupboard. Water butt. South-west facing patio with path to garage and rear garden. Central lawn with well established flower and shrub borders. Gate to private driveway behind Mill Lane.
13`5 x 8`8 (4.12m x 2.68m) with up-and-over door. Windows to both sides. Rear courtesy door.
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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