Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to introduce this fine town centre apartment overlooking School Hill, Lewes High Street to the north and unusually to the east, also to the South Downs. The apartment has two double bedrooms to the front of the property with the main one being private from the rest of the apartment. There is a modern bathroom, a fitted kitchen and sitting room to the rear of the building. A particular feature of the property is the south facing balcony. The apartment has gas central heating.
Howard House is a characterful Grade II listed property in Lewes town centre, situated on School Hill (High Street), on the corner of Broomans Lane, thus having instant access to Lewes' fine array of independent shops, public houses, cafes and restaurants. Eastgate shopping centre is just 100 yards with Cliffe's hump-back bridge beyond and leading onto Cliffe High Street which includes the original Bill's restaurant. Lewes Railway Station is just five minutes walk (London Victoria approximately 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins) and is opposite the superb Depot Cinema. Walks to the Nature Park, South Downs and river are also easily accessible.
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
COMMUNAL ENTRANCE HALL
The property is approached through an attractive original entrance porch with video entry-phone. Stairs leading to:-
Entrance door to Flat 4.
BPT Video entryphone. Smoke alarm. Recessed spotlighting. Thermostat. Door with stairs to:-
15'10 x 14'8 (4.83m x 4.47m). Double aspect room with sash window looking east down School Hill towards the South Downs and Lewes Golf Course. Further sash window looking directly to the High Street. Hatch to insulated roof space. Double radiator. Recessed spotlights.
16'3 x 13'1 (4.95m x 3.99m). Feature bay window to the High Street and down School Hill. Double wardrobe cupboard with cupboards over. Recessed spotlights. Cornice. TV point. Telephone point. Double radiator.
9'5 x 4'7 (2.87m x 1.40m). Wood panelled steel bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, folding shower screen. Tiled bath area. Extractor fan. Recessed spotlights. Pedestal wash basin. Low level w.c. Double radiator. Mirror. Wall light/shaver point.
14'2 x 13'7 (4.32 x 13'7). Double glazed sash window to rear. Cast iron Victorian fireplace with cast iron grate, hearth and wooden trim. Recessed spotlighting. TV/satellite point. Telephone point. Cupboard with electric light. Electric fuse box.
9'7 x 7'8 (2.92m x 2.34m). Double aspect with double glazed window to east and part glazed double doors to balcony. Fitted kitchen with Indesit 4-ring gas hob and electric oven under. Extractor fan with light over. Worktops to each side with drawer and cupboards under, wall cupboards over. Tiled splashback. Space for fridge/freezer. Stainless steel sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap, worktop with drawer and cupboards under. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Double radiator. Glow-Worm Energy 25 combi gas fired boiler for central heating and hot water.
South facing BALCONY
11'5 x 14'5 (3.48m x 4.39m) with southerly aspect to Broomans Lane. Wrought iron railings and tiled floor. 2 Wall lights.
125 year lease dated from 2003
Maintenance charge: £425.26 per quarter
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