Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to market this fine end of terrace house on the edge of the historic Southover area. The property has front and rear entrance, having a good size south and west facing garden. The first floor has three bedrooms and a modern bathroom and the ground floor has two reception rooms and a fitted kitchen. The property has gas central heating and the Lewes rarity of a garage and parking within a block and approached to the south-west of the attractive walled garden.
The property is just yards from fabulous walks up on the South Downs via Juggs Lane and the Swan public house is just beyond, as well as there being playing fields on the Kingston Road and Bell Lane recreation ground. Old Laundry Cottages are on Southover High Street, part of the ‘old town` and just to the south of Lewes High Street and connecting directly to the mainline Railway Station (London Victoria approx. 65 mins and London Bridge 90 mins). This is between 5-10 minutes walk from the property and has the exciting new Depot Cinema opposite. Lewes historic centre is just beyond with period buildings, individual shops, three superstores, pubs, cafes and restaurants together with many cultural organisations and activities.
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
Hatch to insulated roof space via folding ladder. Cupboard housing Worcester Greenstar 3051 combi gas fired boiler. Stairs with painted wooden balustrade and hand rail to ground floor.
11`5 x 10` (3.48m x 3.05m) widening to 12`7 (3.84m). Double aspect room with sash windows looking south to the side garden and west to rear garden. Double radiator. Fitted double wardrobe cupboards with hanging rails and shelves. Cornice.
12`2 x 6`10 (3.71m x 2.08m). West facing sash window over Southover High Street. Double radiator. Cornice.
8`2 x 8`1 (2.49m x 2.46m). West facing sash window over Southover High Street. Double radiator. Fitted shelves. Cupboard over stairs with shelves.
11`4 x 6`9 (3.45m x 2.06m). Frosted window. White suite comprising cast iron bath with Mira shower over, glazed shower screen and wall tiling to bath area. Pedestal wash basin. Low level w.c. with wooden seat. Chrome ladder towel rail. Shelved bathroom cupboard. Tiled floor. Cornice.
11`4 x 9`3 (3.45m x 2.82m). Glazed entrance door. Cloaks hanging space. Space for study desk. Thermostat. Double radiator. Stairs to first floor landing. Cornice.
11`7 x 7` (3.53m x 2.13m). Glazed window light to rear garden. Modern fitted kitchen with butler`s sink recessed in wood worktop with drawers and cupboards under and space for washing machine. Pull-out tray into corner cupboard. Neff ceramic 4-ring electric hob with stainless steel double oven under with extractor fan/light over. Wall cupboards. Tiled splashback. Double radiator. Fitted Hotpoint fridge and freezer. Tiled floor.
10`1 x 8`4 (3.07m x 2.54m). Sash window with partial secondary glazing, easterly outlook to Southover High Street. Window seat/shelf top with cupboard under. Double radiator. Cornice.
11`9 x 11`6 (3.58m x 3.51m). Double aspect room with sash window to Southover High Street to the east and also a sash window and glazed door to the south facing side garden. Double radiator. TV point. Cornice.
Attractive west facing walled garden with old original Manor House red brick wall. South facing patio and further west facing seating area to the rear of the house with outside light and water tap. Attractive flower and shrub borders and timber gate leading to garages and parking.
15`6 x 8`1 (4.72m x 2.46m). Up-and-over door. Communal driveway to the west of the property to the garage and parking area.
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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