Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to introduce this fine detached chalet bungalow to the market. This is a very special property with huge potential for a contemporary conversion, opening up of the living space and improving the bathroom facilities. The property has 4/5 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms, the main 4 bedrooms being doubles, 2 on the first floor with ensuite facilities and 2/3 on the ground floor. Also on the ground floor, the kitchen could be opened up into the sitting room and there is a conservatory room and further bedroom 5/study. There is a 42ft garage/workshop, with potential for conversion to a large separate workspace. Further, there is a large front driveway for at least 5 cars and a south-east facing garden with fine views.
Bishops Lane is a quiet lane just to the north of Ringmer village green and thus within the village centre. The area is up and coming, with new development and new and improved village facilities. The garden has exceptional views over a field and a small cricket ground, Cheyney Field, with the central village beyond and the magnificent back-drop of the South Downs with Glyndebourne in the distance. Nursery, primary and secondary schools are a short walk, also a doctors surgery and an excellent parade of shops which includes a supermarket/Post Office with cash dispenser, pharmacy, bakery, butchers, hairdressers, veterinary surgery, pet shop, café, restaurant and takeaways. The village green has play equipment and the church beyond with village hall has many community facilities, together with 2 excellent public houses. There is a regular bus service into Lewes, which is approximately 3 miles, with its main line Railway Station (London Victoria 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins).
THE ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
Velux window with easterly aspect. Hatch to full-length eaves storage space with easy access. Smoke alarm. Stairs to ground floor entrance hall.
MASTER BEDROOM (1) SUITE
12'6 x 12'8 (3.81m x 3.86m). uPVC double glazed window with magnificent south-easterly aspect over Cheyney Field small cricket ground, and further to the main village with the rolling South Downs beyond and including to the Glyndebourne wind turbine. Double radiator. Range of 4 double wardrobe cupboards with hanging rails. TV and telephone points.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
7'3 x 6'7 (2.21m x 2.01m). Velux roof light. Tiled shower cubicle with Triton independent shower and shower tray. Wash basin with tile top and pine cupboards under. Low level w.c. Recessed spotlighting. Hatch to insulated roof space. Radiator with thermostat.
12'6 x 10'6 (3.81m x 3.2m). uPVC double glazed leadlight window looking to front driveway, Bishops Lane and open countryside with far-reaching views. 2 Double wardrobe cupboards with hanging rails, shelves over and to side. Double radiator.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
7' x 6'6 (2.13m x 1.98m). Velux roof light. Tiled shower cubicle with Triton independent shower and shower tray. Wash basin with tiled top and double cupboard under. Low level w.c. Radiator with thermostat.
Double glazed entrance door with side panel. Radiator with wood top. Pine dado rail. Stairs to first floor landing.
7'2 x 6'4 (2.18m x 1.93m). Double glazed frosted window. Panelled steel bath with mixer taps and shower attachment. Pedestal wash basin with mixer tap. Tiled splashback. Tiled floor. Double radiator. N.B. This bathroom could easily be connected to the cloakroom
Double glazed window. Low level w.c. Radiator. Tiled floor.
12'7 x 12'5 (3.84m x 3.78m). Double aspect room with double glazed leadlight window overlooking the front driveway and double glazed window to side westerly aspect. Tiled window cills. Radiator with thermostat. 2 Double wardrobe cupboards with hanging rails and shelves.
12'3 x 11'2 (3.73m x 3.4m). Double aspect room with double glazed leadlight window overlooking the front driveway and to side aspect. Radiator with thermostat.
12'1 x 11'2 (3.68m x 3.4m). Double glazed window and side entrance door. 1.5 bowl sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap. Worktops to each side with drawers and cupboards under. Bosch dishwasher. Cupboard with wine trays. Stainless steel 4-ring gas hob. Hygena electric oven. Extractor fan. Wall cupboards. Worktops with cupboards under and wall cupboards over. Hatch to sitting room. Fitted fridge and freezer. Tiled walls.
21'6 x 12'5 (6.55m x 3.78m), or 20'6 (6.25m) into conservatory. 2 Radiators. Hatch to kitchen. Wood parquet flooring. Fireplace area. Arch to Conservatory area, 17'4 x 8'7 (5.28m x 2.62m). Wood parquet flooring. Triple aspect with double glazed window looking towards garage area and double glazed double doors to south front garden and Cheyney Field.
13'6 x 8'8 (4.11m x 2.64m). Double glazed bay window looking to garden and Cheyney Field. Double radiator.
Brick front boundary wall with cast iron railings and brick columns opening to large brick pavier driveway for at least 5 cars and leading to entrance door and garage/workshop
South facing REAR GARDEN
Brick pavier patio facing south and overlooking Cheyney Field. Sensor light. Fish pond with pump, stone and slate chippings and further brick pavier area to side with greenhouse 6' x 3' (1.83m x 0.91m) and fencing directly onto Cheyney Field. Side entrance to front garden.
42' (12.8m) overall length x 8'7 (2.62m) widening to 10'8 (3.25m). Garage area with new up-and-over door. Electric meter and fuse box. Potterton Profile gas fired boiler and hot water cylinder within cupboard. Utility space with stainless steel sink and single drainer. Worktop and space and plumbing for washing machine. Casement window to garden. 3 Double power points. Workshop with window to garden. Potential for further window to Cheyney Field. Power and lighting.
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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