Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are pleased to introduce to the market a fine second floor apartment with attractive double aspect. The property has a fine 13`2 x 11`2 (4.02m x 3.41m) double bedroom with far reaching views to the South Downs. The second bedroom looks to attractive gardens with a south oblique view to the Castle, as does the modern fitted kitchen and the spacious 14`1 x 12`9 (4.29m x 3.93m) sitting room. The property is well finished and has gas fired central heating , uPVC double glazed windows, including to the modern white bathroom with jacuzzi bath and electric shower. The apartment has nothing above it, being in a quiet area, and has the bonus of a garage and possible additional parking.
Rowans Court is a purpose built, well-maintained block off Prince Edwards Road, looking east and west and southerly towards The Avenue and the Castle beyond. Lewes town centre is a 5 minute walk, with it`s historic core, having many attractions with period buildings, individual shops, three superstores, public houses and a growing number of cafes and restaurants. Lewes Railway Station (London Victoria 1 hour & London Bridge) is a ten minute walk, and there are superb walks close by to the South Downs and down to the river valley.
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
Part glazed entrance door. Wood laminate flooring. Cloaks hanging space. Double radiator. Spotlights. Double cloaks cupboard with Vaillant gas fired combination boiler and electronic programmer. Further double storage cupboard with electric fuse box and cupboards over.
11`4 x 6`2 (3.47m x 1.89m). uPVC double glazed window overlooking attractive gardens. Fitted kitchen with modern units including stainless steel sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap. Worktops to each side with drawer and cupboards under, wall cupboards over. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Ceramic 5-ring gas hob with Bosch electric oven under. Extractor fan with light over. Worktops to side with pull-out trays and space for tumble dryer under. Drawers and cupboards, wall cupboards over. Space for fridge/freezer. Tiled splashbacks and half tiled walls. Shelves. Glazed door to entrance hall.
BEDROOM 1 (MAIN)
13`2 x 11`2 (4.02m x 3.41m), uPVC double glazed window with superb easterly view to Wallands Crescent and the Pells through attractive trees and far reaching views to the South Downs including Malling Coombe and Cuilfail. 2 Fitted double wardrobe cupboards with hanging rails, shelves and cupboards over. Double radiator. Telephone point. Spotlights. Fitted shelves.
11`4 x 8` (3.47m x 2.44m). uPVC double glazed window with wooden cill, looking west over attractive gardens and an oblique view to Lewes Castle to the south. Double radiator. Spotlights. Glazed door.
8`6 x 5` (2.62m x 1.52m). Modern bathroom with uPVC double glazed frosted window. Wood panelled white bath with mixer tap and jacuzzi jets. Triton T80 electric shower with shower curtain and rail. Wall tiling. White suite with contemporary wash basin within wooden cabinet with drawers and cupboards. Low level w.c. Chromium ladder towel rail. Mirrored bathroom cabinet.
14`1 x 12`9 (4.29m x 3.93m). uPVC double glaze bay window facing west overlooking attractive gardens. Wood laminate flooring. TV point. Double radiator. Telephone point. Glazed double door to entrance hall. Pine skirtings.
13` x 10`4 (4.08m x 3.17m) with up-and-over door. N.B. The current owner uses parking bay A, which is a tandem double space. This could be available, subject to negotiation with the freeholder.
122 Year lease (renewed).
Ground rent: £32.00 per annum
Maintenance charge: approximately £1050 per annum
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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