Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to present a fine characterful maisonette (subject to planning permission), set in this unique and superbly located property. This is a one-off maisonette approached via a separate entrance from Lewes High Street to a ground floor reception room. The first floor has a bedroom with potential for a bathroom, and a huge 20'3 x 17'2 full-width sitting room, with space for an open-plan for kitchen, and a huge brick open fireplace. A set of original stairs lead to currently 2 rooms, which could be 2 bedrooms and a bathroom, with exceptional views over Lewes High Street.
74/75 High Street is idyllically positioned, adjacent to St. Martins Lane which runs south to the Grange Gardens and the Southover area. The property immediately overlooks the Barbican and, from the top floor, the Castle. The property is located immediately within the town centre with many independent shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as 3 superstores. Equally, there are lovely walks via the nature park and river valley.
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
Entrance door from Lewes High Street with glazed panel.
13'6 x 13'2. Exposed wooden floorboards.
2ND RECEPTION ROOM/STUDY
10'9 x 14'1. Sash window with southerly aspect. Potential for internal shower room within this area with modern shower, wash basin and low level w.c. Feature fireplace with wooden mantle and tiled hearth, cupboards to each side to reveal. Door with glazed light to stairs with painted wood balustrades.
20'3 x 17'2. 2 Sash windows overlooking Lewes High Street and Castle Barbican. Period wooden fireplace with slate hearth and modern cast iron wood-burner. Exposed wood floorboards. ‘L' shaped depth with potential for upstairs independent bathroom. Door to narrow stairwell to second floor.
11' x 8'8. Casement window with roof top views to south. Wood panelled wall.
Window. Panelled wall.
11'6 x 10'. Sloping ceiling, currently with 6' collar beams. Wood sliding sash window looking to Lewes Castle and Barbican. Latch door.
10' x 9'2 ('L' shaped). Modern double glazed sliding sash window looking to Lewes Castle and Barbican. Sloping ceiling with 6' collar beams. Exposed wood panelling. Wooden cupboards. Latch door.
New 125 year lease.
Lewes District Council, Band D
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