Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to introduce this superb detached older style house build around 1917. The property is set in a beautiful part wooded setting in the highly popular and delightful elevated development of Cuilfail. The house is on 3 floors with a main top floor bedroom with ensuite bathroom. There are 3 further bedrooms including a large double bedroom with dressing room and ensuite shower room, which easily could be considered the main bedroom and a further family bathroom. The ground floor has a most attractive spacious entrance hall with storage cupboards, downstairs cloakroom and utility room. There is a sitting room, music/dining room, both with open fires and a large kitchen/dining room with a delightful conservatory. The views over Lewes to the South Downs beyond are exceptional and the plot is most attractive on different levels with parking for 3 cars. The easterly section of garden has been levelled for seating and a superb south east terrace all with stunning views and a lower lawn.
Cuilfail is an exceptional development of housing on the east hill from Cliffe with unsurpassed views over Lewes and to the south west with the backdrop of the South Downs, bordering as a development onto Lewes Golf Course land. The views are truly exceptional and yet the entrance to Cuilfail is to the east of Lewes Town Centre with immediate access to Cliffe High Street with individual shops, cafes, bars and restaurants as well as a 10 minute walk to Lewes Railway Station (with trains to London Victoria in approximately 1 hour and London Bridge 90 mins) opposite the Depot Cinema. There are excellent walks on the South Downs immediately to hand, with the potential for a gate to Chapel Hill.
THE ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
(19'8 x 12'1) Casement window with southerly view to the South Downs and over the garden. Oak wood flooring. TV point. Wardrobe cupboards with fitted shelves to each side of central glazed bathroom door and with hanging rails. Latch to insulated loft space. Double radiator. 2 eaves cupboards. Wood panelled balustrades and hand rail. Double glazed window to the east. Exposed treads to 1st floor.
EN SUITE BATHROOM
(8'4 x 6'4) Deep wood panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment. Savoy wash hand basin with mixer taps with drawer and cupboard under. Chromium heated towel rail. Low level W.C. Recessed spotlights and extractor fan. Glazed door.
With painted wooden balustrades and painted wooden floorboards. Door to 2nd floor suite. Double glazed window. Double radiator and power point.
(20'6 x 11'9) Double aspect room with double glazed windows, having superb views to the south to trees and the South Downs. Painted wooden floorboards. Fitted double wardrobe cupboard with 3 triple with central mirrored doors and hanging rails and shelves. Recessed spotlights.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
(8 x 4'1) Large walk in shower with tiled walls and independent shower. Savoy wash hand basin. Heated chromium towel rail. Low level W.C. Recessed spotlights.
(17'6 x 15'2) Double glazed windows to double aspect with woodland views and South Downs to the west to Lewes Town Centre. Painted wooden floorboards. Double radiator. Double and single wardrobe cupboard. Picture rail. Currently used as an office.
(11'6 x 10'5) Double glazed window with far reaching views over the historic town of Lewes, Lewes Castle and the South Downs.. Painted wooden floorboards. Double radiator. Picture rail.
(8'2 x 6'5) Deep wood panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment. Low level W.C. Tiled floor. Chromium heated towel rail. Recessed spotlights. Savoy hand wash basin. Illuminated bathroom cabinet. Glazed shower screen. Casement window.
Entrance porch. Entrance door with frosted glass and double glazed side panels.
HUGE ENTRANCE HALL
(30'7 x 12'9) Entrance hall running the full length of the house with views to the garden. Oak floor. Understairs cupboard. Door to conservatory.
(7'8 x 5'1) Butler sink with solid oak worktop with lever taps. Vailliant Eco Tec plus combination boiler. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Casement window. Full height storage cupboards. Slate style tiled floor. Extractor fan. Cupboard housing thermo Ecocyl modern hot water cylinder. Electronic programmer.
With white suite of low level W.C. Contemporary wash basin. Tiled floor. Shelf top. Extractor fan. Spotlights.
(16'9 x 11'5) Views over Lewes Town Centre and South Downs. Oak wood flooring. Fitted shelves. Cast iron fireplace with slate hearth. Picture rail.
(18'7 max to bay window x 16'9) Double glazed window to tree top views. Oak wood flooring. Cast Iron woodburner. TV point.
(20'9 x 11'2) Superb fitted kitchen with fitted fridge freezer. Large larder unit. Pull out tray cupboard and additional storage unit. Grey marbled granite worktops with cupboards and pan drawers below and wall cupboards over. Gas fitted AGA with 2 hot plates and 2 ovens over. Modern butler sink with mixer taps and drainer. Bosch fitted dishwasher with further cupboards and wall cupboards. Space for table. Exposed wooden floor. Smoke alarm. Recessed spotlights. 2 double glazed windows to the east to the south side of the garden. Superb woodland views and beyond to the South Downs. Space for fridge freezer. Doors to hallway and kitchen.
(17'5 x 11'5). Glazed sloping ceiling. 2 Double glazed doors and triple aspect to south side garden and superb woodland views and beyond to South Downs. Recessed spotlights. Space for fridge/freezer. Doors to hallway and kitchen.
Gravel drive from Cuilfail. Brick steps with sensor lighting to large terrace with elevated views to the west over Lewes townscape. Entrance porch. Brick path to the east of the house and access to painted timber shed and rear easterly garden with productive raised vegetable beds and large flower border outside kitchen windows. Continuing round the attractive circular terrace with southerly views through trees to the South Downs and to the west to Lewes townscape. Paths down through the garden to a ‘wild garden' area and to two level areas of garden with lawn, receiving southerly and westerly sun, with flower beds and vegetable garden. Steps up to the parking area.
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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