Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to offer this fine extended semi-detached house to the market. This row of properties, from Mount Harry Road to Sheepfair, are a most attractive style of house, with front and good sized rear gardens. The property has 4 double bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, and an entrance porch and hallway, with 3 reception rooms to the ground floor, central kitchen, utility and ground floor shower room. A buyer may change the ground floor accommodation to modernise the property, but there are original features and gas central heating, with double glazed windows, garage with driveway.
The property is most conveniently located, with the excellent local shop and Wallands Primary School, but also for the Nevill Crescent Green, and the bus stop into Lewes and Brighton. The property is also just yards from the South Downs. Lewes town centre is a 15-20 minute walk, with its attractive historical core, many individual shops, cafes, and restaurants, as well as a plethora of interesting period buildings. There are also 3 supermarkets, the excellent Depot Cinema, as well as Lewes Railway Station with connections to Brighton (15 mins), London Victoria (1hr) and London Bridge (90mins).
uPVC double glazed side window. Hatch to insulated roof space. Airing cupboard with pre-lagged copper hot water tank with immersion heater. Side shelved cupboard. Double radiator. Staircase with painted wooden balustrades and hand rail to ground floor.
13'6 x 12'6. uPVC double glazed window to Highdown Road to west. Double radiator. Picture rail. Double wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and shelves.
7'6 x 9'2. White suite of panelled steel bath with glazed shower screen. Independent shower. Tiled walls. Pedestal wash basin. Low level w.c. Bathroom cabinet. Radiator.
10'2 x 9. uPVC double glazed window with southerly aspect. Double radiator.
INTERNAL HALLWAY to:-
12'5 x 9'5. uPVC double glazed window to rear garden to east. Picture rail. Double radiator.
11'4 x 9'6. uPVC double glazed window to rear garden. Double radiator. TV point.
uPVC entrance door and side panels. Shelves. Quarry tile floor. uPVC entrance door to:-
uPVC double glazed side window. Staircase to first floor landing with painted wooden balustrades and hand rail. Cupboards under stairs. Large cupboard with Glow Worm gas fired boiler. Electronic programmer.
15'2 x 13'9. uPVC double glazed window to front garden to west. Stone open fireplace, mantel and hearth. Radiator. 2 wlla lights. Telephone point.
13'9 x 13'1. uPVC double glazed windows and folding double doors to conservatory. Double radiator. Hatch to kitchen. Fireplace with working flue. Picture rail.
10'2 x 7'8. uPVC double glazed window to south. 1½ bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps. Worktops with drawers and cupboards under. Cannon stainless steel gas hob in free standing cooker with electric double oven. Tile splashback. Wall cupboards. Worktops with cupboards under. Space for fridge/freezer. Door to rear hallway.
uPVC window to side passage and garage. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Fitted shelves. uPVC door to garden.
6' x 5'2. Double aspect uPVC windows. Shower cubicle with Mira Zest electric shower. Tiled walls. Corner wash basin with cupboards under. Low level w.c. Heated towel rail. CONSERVATORY
12'4 x 8'3. Double doors to dining room and uPVC double doors to garden. Wall light. Fitted shelves.
Driveway to garage to rear. Path to entrance porch. Lawned front garden with shrub beds.
45' x 30'. Slabbed patio and path to garage. Brick central patio. Shrub and flower borders to lawned garden. Outside light. Outside water tap. Gate to rear access.
18'2 x 8'. Double doors. Rear door and window.
Lewes District Council, Band E
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