Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to announce the marketing of this fine 4-storey town house. The property has 3 bedrooms, 2 on the second floor with a further main bedroom with walk-in dressing area on the first floor, along with a superb modern bathroom and separate w.c. The ground floor has a through 22'6 double aspect sitting room and the garden floor a fully fitted kitchen/dining room with integrated Bosch appliances and room for a study and dining table, and a shower room. The house has retained original features, has gas central heating and a long rear garden with fruit bed and seating area.
De Montfort Road is just to the west of Lewes town centre, parallel to Lewes High Street and Western Road, and has fantastic views to the South Downs to east and west. Lewes has a most attractive historical town centre with period properties, independent shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as 3 superstores and the Depot Cinema which is opposite the mainline Railway Station (London Victoria 65 mins, London Bridge 90 mins & Brighton 20 mins).
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
Stairs to first floor. Hatch to insulated roof space.
9'9 x 9'7. ‘L' shaped room with uPVC double glazed window looking south to De Montfort Road. Fitted wardrobe cupboards. Tongue & groove panelled wall. Radiator. Eaves space.
9'4 x 8'7. uPVC double glazed window overlooking Leicester Road, Prince Edwards Road and obliquely the South Downs. Open wall area. Open eaves space. Tongue & groove panelled wall. Radiator. Fitted shelves.
Stairs to second floor with wood panelled balustrade and handrail. Stairs to ground floor. Radiator.
BEDROOM 3 (MAIN)
11'9 x 8'6. uPVC double glazed window looking to De Montfort Road. Radiator. Dimmer switch.
6' x 4'4. Fitted shelving and wall hanging space.
9'2 x 5'4. uPVC double glazed window. White suite of wood panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Wash basin with mixer tap and mosaic tiled top with cupboards under. Chrome heated towel rail. Tongue & groove panelled wall. Painted wood floorboards.
uPVC double glazed window to rear garden. White low level w.c. Wash hand basin with cupboard under. Chrome heated towel rail
22'6 x 11'7. Double aspect room with uPVC double glazed windows looking to Leicester Road and De Montfort Road. Exposed wood flooring. 2 Staircases, 1 to the garden floor and 1 to the first floor, with painted wood balustrades. Painted floorboards to entrance area. 2 Radiators. Dimmer switch. Fitted double cloaks and storage cupboard. Meter box.
16'7 x 11'7. uPVC double glazed window and door to rear garden. 1½ bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Solid wood surface with cream units and stainless steel handles, with fitted Bosch dishwasher, cupboard and space for storage under. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Stainless steel Bosch 4-ring hob with drawers, pan drawer and cupboards under. Stainless steel Bosch double oven with cupboards over and under and range of wall cupboards. Dresser area with oak worktop with drawer and cupboards under and cupboard over with fitted Bosch fridge and freezer. Double airing cupboard with pre-lagged copper hot water tank and shelves. Study area under stairs. Radiator. Recessed spotlights. Slate tiled floor.
10'6 max x 5'3 max. ‘L' shaped room. Sliding glazed door to cubicle with tiled walls and mains independent shower. Tiled floor. Wash hand basin with cupboard under. Baxi gas fired boiler. Low level w.c. Recessed spotlights. Chrome ladder towel rail.
Slabbed patio seating area. Outside water tap. Timber shed 6' x 6'. Crazy paved steps to lower garden section with raised vegetable plots to pebbled seating with raised fruit border.
Lewes District Council, Band D
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