Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to announce the marketing of this attractive terraced house with front and rear garden with a superb view over a paddock onto the River Ouse including the Piddinghoe Marina. The house was originally a 3 bedroom house but converted into 2 double bedrooms and a superb modern bathroom with roll top bath. The ground floor is large with a 27ft sitting room/conservatory with triple aspect with a cast iron woodburner as well as a 17ft kitchen/dining room with utility room. There is a west facing front garden and large east facing rear garden with amazing views. There is electric heating and double glazed windows.
Piddinghoe is an attractive village on the edge of the River Ouse, with a church and boating marina. There are excellent walks locally and the English Channel very close with beaches at Tide Mills and Seaford very close by. Lewes is some 5 miles distant with its historic centre, with period buildings, individual shops, cafes and restaurants. Lewes Railway Station is to the south of the town with easy access from the C7 (trains to London Victoria in approximately 60 minutes and London Bridge 90 minutes) along with the new Depot Cinema.
Landing with painted wooden floorboards. Raised display shelf. UPVc double glazed window overlooking the Paddock, River Ouse and the South Downs. Fitted shelves. Hatch to insulated roof space. Wooden open stairs to entrance hall. Electric radiator.
Main Bedroom 1
(17ft x 13'1). Double aspect with uPVC double glazed window. Rear garden with views over the Paddock and River Ouse. Fitted shelved cupboard over stairs. Deep wardrobe cupboard with hanging rails and shelves. Electric radiator. Cornice.
(12'1 x 10'10). uPVC double glazed window to front garden. Airing cupboard with electric hot water cylinder. Fitted shelves. Electric radiator.
(10'4 x 6). Modern roll top bath with claw feet with mixer tap, shower attachment. Glazed screen. Tiles. Panelled walls. Burlington pedestal wash hand basin. Bathroom cabinet. Low level W.C. Chromium towel rail.
UPVC double glazed entrance door with Ring doorbell video monitoring with side panels to:-
Painted solid floor. Central staircase to 1st floor level.
Sitting Room open to Conservatory
(27' x 10'4). Double aspect with uPVC double glazed windows to front garden to the west. Cast Iron woodburner with fireplace and slate hearth, oak wooden mantle. Raintec electric radiator. Oak wood floor. TV point. Recessed spotlights. Arch to conservatory/dining room with double aspect to superb view over the Paddock and the River Ouse and the South Downs. Double sloping glazed roof. UPVc double glazed door to patio with ? to south side. Oak flooring.
(17' x 9'10). Ceramic sink unit with single drainer and worktops with drawers and cupboards under. Stoves free standing electric cooker. Wall cupboards. Drawers and pan drawers under. Double aspect with east aspect to the Paddock and the South Downs. Tiled floor. Electric fuse box. uPVC double glazed window to the west to the front garden. Fitted dishwasher. Recessed spotlights.
(16'8 x 5'4) Door to front garden. Tiled floor. Space and plumbing for a washing machine with top and space for a microwave. Space for fridge freezer. Double aspect to rear with UPVc double glazed windows and door and overhead shelves.
Picket gate and fencing. Central slabbed pathway to entrance porch with lawn each side and superb for afternoon/evening sun. Flower and shrub borders. Small porch to entrance door and outside porch light. Double electric power point, feature lighting, wood store and coal bunker.
East facing with magnificent open outlook to the Paddock and the South Downs beyond. Slabbed patio from conservatory/utility with outside water tap and outside shower, ideal for dogs and muddy boots and shed. Outside light and outside double power point. Pebbled seating area with sleepers. Lawned garden with further seating. Pebbled borders with shrubs and apple trees. Dwarf rear flint wall.
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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