Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are pleased to be marketing this attractive, one of a pair of 1920s houses, in an elevated position with views. The house has had a roof conversion, giving 4 bedrooms and a modern bathroom on the first and second floors, as well as a sitting room and open-plan modern kitchen/family room to the ground floor. Recent refurbishment has added wooden flooring, modern kitchen and bathroom fittings, a new entrance area and a rear south facing patio. The property has original features along with gas fired central heating.
De Montfort Road is a popular street, just to the west of Lewes High Street, being quiet but also extremely convenient. There is a corner shop just yards away in Leicester Road, a primary school in sight and nearby shops on Western Road. The town centre, with historical attractions and period properties, is just 5 minutes walk with many independent shops, cafes and restaurants on offer. The mainline Railway Station is just to the south of the High Street, with connections to Brighton (20 mins), London Victoria (65 mins) & London Bridge (90 mins).
THE ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENETS COMPRISES:-
‘L' shaped BEDROOM 1
13'3 max x 13'5 (4.04m x 4.10m). Dormer window with southerly aspect to Western Road. Velux window to east with view to the South Downs. Double eaves cupboard and further eaves hatch (full width of property). Further eaves to south side. Recessed spotlighting. Arch with display shelf. Stairs with painted wood balustrade, to first floor landing.
Panelled stairwell with painted wooden balustrade and stairs to ground floor. LED lights. Exposed wood floorboards. Door to lobby with stairs to second floor.
10'9 max x 10'8 (3.28m x 3.25m). Bay window with wood panelling below, looking to De Montfort Road. Recessed storage area. Fitted wardrobe cupboards with hanging rail. Cast iron fireplace with hood and tiled inset. Radiator. Cornice.
11'2 x 9'4 (3.40m x 2.84m). Cast iron fireplace with mantle. Shelved cupboards into recess. Radiator. TV point. Cornice.
8'5 x 7'7 (2.57m x 2.31m). Window to south facing garden. Corner cast iron fireplace with mantle. Radiator. Recessed spotlighting.
7'2 x 6'8 (2.18m x 2.03m). Double aspect with uPVC double glazed window to front and further window to east. White suit of panelled bath with mixer taps, independent ‘drench' shower and hand attachment. Low level w.c. Wash basin with mixer taps. Chrome heated towel rail. Tiled bath area and half wall tiling to remainder. Spotlighting. Wood style flooring.
Entrance door with leadlight panel to each side. Further leadlight window to east aspect. Wood flooring. Cupboard understairs. Hive electronic programmer. Stairs to first floor landing with pine balustrade and newel post. Feature arch to stairwell. Wood panelling. Cloaks hanging space. Cupboard housing gas and electric meters. Worcester gas fired boiler for central heating and hot water.
13'7 x 12' (4.14m x 3.66m). Feature bay sash window with panelling under, looking to De Montfort Road. Fitted shelves to each reveal with base cupboard. Oak wood flooring. Cornice. Radiator. Fitted electric fire.
20'6 x 11'5 (6.25m x 3.48m).
Family room area with uPVC double glazed door to south facing garden. Art Deco style wooden fireplace with cast iron fire and mirrored inserts. Oak wood flooring.
Kitchen with stainless steel sink unit, single drainer and mixer tap. Worktop to each side with space and plumbing for washing machine. Fitted Hotpoint dishwasher. Bosch 5-ring gas hob with extractor hood and light over. Bosch electric oven. Fitted fridge and freezer. Range of new wall cupboards, glazed wall cupboard, drawers and cupboards under. Stainless steel spotlighting.
Steps to entrance doors and to side entrance pathway.
24' x 15' (7.32m x 4.57m). New slabbed patio and side passageway. Elevated sleeper borders. Brick and flint wall boundary.
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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