Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to market this fine modern house. The property is double-fronted with a lower ground floor and has been magnificently converted by the current owner. There are two bedrooms, one on the lower ground floor with it's own new shower room, and a ground floor bedroom also with a magnificent bathroom. The first floor is an open-plan sitting room and kitchen with townscape views. The double aspect kitchen is superbly fitted and has access straight to the large two-tier garden. All facilities are new and contemporary in this fine central location.
Castle Ditch Lane is just yards from Lewes Castle and is a quiet lane running parallel to the High Street and thus having immediate access to the historical attractions of the town with its period properties, individual shops, public houses, cafes and restaurants. The property is just a short walk to the superb Depot Cinema and the mainline Railway Station (London Victoria approx 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins).
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
29'1 x 13' (8.86m x 3.97m). Double aspect room with modern casement window looking to Castle Ditch Lane with the Town Hall beyond. 3 Velux windows to the west side looking towards the garden. Galleried staircase with painted wood balustrades and hand rail. Oak wood flooring. 3 Antique style radiators. Hatch to loft space. Recessed spotlighting. TV point.
Kitchen area: Fitted kitchen with Beko 4-ring ceramic induction hob. Stainless steel extractor fan with light over. Beko stainless steel electric oven. Worktops to each side with drawers and cupboards under. Space for microwave. Range of wall cupboards. Stainless steel sink unit with single drainer, mixer taps and cupboard under housing Beko washing machine and dishwasher. Brick style tiled splashback. Space for fridge/freezer. Door to covered area leading to garden.
‘L' shaped ENTRANCE HALL
11'7 x 8'6 max (3.53m x 2.58m) with part glazed entrance door. Warmup thermostat with mobile activation. Antique style radiator. Wood strip flooring. Door to lower ground floor and door and stairs to first floor.
12'4 x 9'9 (3.75m x 2.98m). 2 Sash windows looking to Castle Ditch Lane. Antique style radiator. Recessed spotlighting. 4'2 (1.28m) depth storage cupboard with hanging rails.
Luxury BATH/SHOWER ROOM
10'5 x 7'10 (3.17m x 2.39m). Luxury suite comprising a modern roll-top bath with feet and mixer taps. Walk-in ‘wet' shower with drench shower, glazed screen, tiled walls and floor with drain. Contemporary wash basin with mixer taps. Low level w.c. Wood panelled dado walls. Recessed spotlighting. Chrome heated towel rail with antique style radiator inset. Extractor fan. Worcester Bosch Greenstar Classic 42cdi combination gas fired boiler. Sash window.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
9'1 (2.76m) with brick style tiled floor. Mobile activated thermostat. Antique style radiator. Space for study area. Stairs to ground floor with space under. Recessed spotlighting.
12'3 x 8'11 (3.73m x 2.72m). There is no natural light to this room, but there is potential to create a glazed light (subject to neighbour's co-operation). Brick style tiled floor. Antique style radiator. Recessed spotlighting. Extractor fan. Storage cupboard housing fuse box. Shelf.
‘Wet' room style shower cubicle with glazed sliding door and independent drench shower with additional hand shower. Contemporary wash basin. Low level w.c. Xpelair extractor fan. Heated chrome towel rail. Brick style tiled walls and red brick style tiled floor. Recessed spotlighting. Recessed shelves.
Lower terrace with steps to two-tier garden with lawns and rear flint boundary wall as part of the original Castle grounds. Superb views east past the Town Hall towards Lewes Golf Course and the South Downs and past Lewes Castle to the Downs and Newhaven Valley.
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