- Stamp Duty Paid On This Plot
- Stunning Views
- Allocated Parking Spaces
- Expansive Living Space
- Large Garden
Plot 5 at The Orchards is a three bedroom semi-detached house, beautifully finished throughout with contemporary designer kitchen and bathroom, expansive living space, stunning views, large garden and allocated parking.
Please note: *Show home & completion dates are subject to change.* *The developer agrees to pay the equivalent of a buyers standard stamp duty and not the second home increased stamp duty. In regards to plot 5 the incentive would equate to £19,997.50 This incentive is only offered on this plot if reserved before the end of February 2019*
The Orchards is conveniently located around 2 miles North of Lewes just outside Ringmer. Close by is the 16th century cock inn country pub with beautiful gardens, oak beams, flagstone floors, log fire, serving real ales and homecooked food. in the other direction equally close is the local convenience store selling groceries. Ringmer is one of the largest villages in the south of England dating as early as roman times. The village church, dedicated to St Mary, is said to be built in the 13th century. Ringmer boasts 2 village pubs, the Anchor and the Green man both known for excellent home cooked food and real ales. The village shops offer a selection of amenities including a general store, various food outlets as well as independent pet store, hairdressers and bakers. Ringmer has two schools, Ringmer Primary School for ages 4–11 and Kings Academy for students aged 11–16.
Lewes is home to a wealth of creative industries and the vibrant patronage of the arts can be felt through the character of its lanes and twittens, as you wander through the town. Lewes is a unique shopping and leisure destination, offering a wide range of local shops and independent boutiques. Dining out in Lewes is a pleasure with a selection of restaurants and jolly Sportsman in nearby east Chiltington, to the wide range of gastro pubs, many of which support the resident Harvey`s Brewery. Visit the farmers market on the first Saturday of every month to pick up some delicious local fare. Schooling in Lewes is exceptional and there are a range of well-regarded private and public schools, to include the famous Lewes Old Grammar School which can trace its origins back to the educational foundation started by Agnes Morley during the reign of Henry viii. South Downs college is located in Lewes offering both full and part time courses and of course the university of Sussex is only 3 miles to the south west at Falmer. The city of Brighton is only 8 miles away from Lewes on the South coast and there are also direct rail links to London Victoria, in a little over one hour.
The Orchards offers easy access to Lewes with buses running around every 15 minutes to Lewes train Station. From Lewes you will be able to get direct trains to London and along the South coast. By road Lewes can be reached easily via the A27 which links routes to the M23
and other major A roads in the South east.
Lewes to Brighton 16 minutes
Lewes to London Victoria 65 minutes
Lewes to Gatwick 31 minutes
Lewes to Haywards Heath 16 minutes
Lewes to Seaford 17 minutes
Lewes to Eastbourne 20 minutes
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.