Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to introduce this highly attractive period cottage with original features and in excellent order, situated in this sought after quiet cul-de-sac in the historic and attractive Southover area of Lewes. The property has 2 double bedrooms with an internal ensuite shower room and a modern family bathroom. The ground floor has a large 24' through sitting room and a modern fitted kitchen with granite worktops. There is a long and attractive west facing garden of 115', a large useful cellar with natural light and the property has gas fired central heating. All window blinds and curtains are included.
St. James Street is a pretty and popular cul-de-sac off Southover High Street, with it's attractive mix of period property including Anne of Cleves House, Southover Church, Priory Crescent and the Priory Monastery Ruins, with close access to the Grange Gardens and cobbled Keere Street. Lewes Railway Station is a few hundred yards walk, with services to London Victoria (65 mins), London Bridge (90 mins) and Brighton (20 mins); the Depot Cinema and Lewes High street are just beyond. Lewes' historic core has a plethora of attractive period properties, individual shops, inns, cafes and restaurants as well as 3 superstores. There are superb local walks to be enjoyed onto open fields and the South Downs.
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
15'8 x 13'. Superb double aspect double room with Velux windows to west aspect over playing fields. Double glazed dormer casement window with views to Lewes Castle and town centre. Double and single eaves cupboards. Superb vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and double cupboards overhead. Television point. Double base cupboard. Further eaves cupboard. Telephone point. Double radiator. Pine door to stairs to:-
Hand rail and oak framed window to rear garden. Potterton programmer and thermostat. Stairs to second floor bedroom and ground floor sitting room.
12'10 x 11'9. Sash window with easterly aspect to St. James Street. 2 sets of double wardrobe cupboards with louvred doors. Hanging rails and shelves. Radiator. Telephone point. Pine door to:-
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
7' x 4'4. Glazed shower cubicle with Triton independent mains shower, tiled walls and shower tray. White suite of low level w.c. and pedestal wash basin. Tiled walls and floor. Recessed spotlights. Heated ladder towel rail. Extractor fan. Glazed light to bathroom.
7'1 x 6'5. Window to rear garden and view to playing fields. White suite of wood panelled white bath with tiled walls, shower curtain and Triton independent mains shower. Low level w.c. Wash basin with cupboards under. Tiled floor. Ladder towel rail. Worktops with cupboards under. Tiled walls. Recessed spotlights.
Entrance door to:-
24'3 x 12'9. Sash window with easterly aspect to St James Street. Window to rear garden to west. Fireplace with gas fire, wooden mantle and tiled hearth. Exposed ceiling beams. Dining cabinet with cupboards over and under. Central ceiling arch and exposed ceiling beams. Further fireplace/chimney recess. Understairs cupboard with fitted shelves. Stairs to first floor landing. Recessed spotlights. Hatch to cellar.
13'10 x 5'10. Double aspect room with secondary glazed window to north and double glazed casement window looking west to rear garden. Fitted kitchen with range of cupboards and granite worktops. Recessed stainless steel sink unit with grooved drainer, mixer tap and granite upstands. Fitted Hotpoint dishwasher. Corner cupboard. Stainless steel 4-ring gas hob with extractor fan over. Granite worktops to each side with cupboards, wire trays and pull-out bins under. Bloomberg stainless steel electric oven and Bosch microwave with cupboards over and under. Fitted fridge and freezer. Wine rack. Sloping ceiling with recessed spotlights. Double radiator. Door to garden.
12'3 x 12'2. Window to St. James Street. 2 sets of double storage cupboards. Tiled floor. Exposed ceiling beam. Fireplace arch. Space for tumble-dryer. Cupboard housing electric meters and fuse box. Gas meter. Double power point, light and smoke alarm.
Attractive west facing garden of approximately 115' depth, with view to Lewes Castle and town centre from the rear. Pathway from kitchen door to south-west facing porch with outside light and water tap. Long lawn with stepstones and attractive mature borders to each side and Bay tree. Trellis to vegetable and fruit garden. Timber shed 7' x 4'.
Lewes District Council, Band D
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