OIRO £759,950 New Instruction

Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to present this fine older style Edwardian town house to the market. The property is spacious with light and generous rooms. The ground floor has a good size sitting room with a large bay sash window. There is an open-plan kitchen/family room with space for utility and opening to the rear garden. The first floor has two large double bedrooms with the main bedroom having the sash window to the south aspect and a superb large bathroom. The second floor has a huge double bedroom with rear view. The property has many original features but equally has been well modernised and has gas fired central heating.

The Fosse is on Lancaster Street, in the heart of Lewes town centre just to the north of the High Street, within close touch of the Pells area, with it`s open-air swimming pool, wildlife and riverside walks by the River Ouse. Lancaster Street is just a few hundred yards walk to Lewes High Street, with its period building including the Norman Castle, together with individual shops, public houses, cafés and restaurants. The mainline Railway station (London Victoria 65 mins &London Bridge 90 mins) is just beyond with the excellent Depot Cinema just opposite. Lewes`s 3 superstores are within easy reach, particularly Waitrose and the road also houses Lewes Little Theatre.

ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-

SECOND FLOOR

LANDING
Velux rooflight facing west. High arched ceiling and matchboard walls. Open sitting space and pine stripped floorboards. Stripped pine eaves cupboard with storage space. Stairs to first floor with painted wood balustrade and exposed wood hand rail. Glazed door to:-

BEDROOM 1
16`8 x 20`2 (5.08m x 6.15m). Sash window looking to St. John Sub Castro Church grounds. Large roof with high ceiling and open eaves area for seating or storage. Arched chimney area with fitted shelves. Stainless steel spotlights. Double radiator. 2 Eaves cupboards.

SEPARATE W.C. (potential for Shower Room)
6`5 x 4`4 (1.96m x 1.32m). White pedestal wash basin. Low level w.c. Waterproof flooring. Boiler cupboard housing Worcester Greenstar 37cdi combination boiler with shelf under. Double radiator. Stripped pine door.

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING
Sash window to open study area. Stairs with painted wood balustrade and exposed wood hand rail. Double radiator. Recessed spotlights. Electronic programmer.

BEDROOM 2
16`7 x 12`3 (5.05m x 3.73m). Superb light room with triple wood frame sash window overlooking Sun Street and the front garden to the south. Attractive cast iron fireplace with slate hearth and tiled inset. Fitted cupboard to 1 reveal with storage over and fitted shelves to other reveal. Telephone point. Picture rail. Original door and architraves.

BEDROOM 3
12`6 x 10`6 (3.81m x 3.20m). Sash window looking to the rear garden and grounds of St. John Sub Castro Church. Double wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail, shelves and storage over. Modern vertical radiator. Original door and architraves.

BATH/SHOWER ROOM
11`6 x 9`9 (3.51m x 2.97m). Double sash window looking to Church grounds. Pine panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment. Separate fitted modern mains shower to glazed cubicle with shower tray and tiled walls. Heritage wash basin with wooden cupboards under. Low level w.c. with wooden seat. Attractive cast iron fireplace. Modern ‘antique` style radiator. Double cupboard with stripped pine doors, shelves and hot pipes. Recessed spotlights. Picture rail. Waterproof flooring. Mirrored bathroom cabinet with lighting.

GROUND FLOOR

Arch ENTRANCE PORCH
Brick arch and wall. Part glazed entrance door to:-

ENTRANCE HALL
Oak wood floor. Radiator. Recessed spotlights. Cloaks hanging space. Stairs to first floor landing. Fuse box and meters.
SITTING ROOM
12`5 x 13`9 into bay window (3.78m x 4.19m). A bright and light room with South facing triple aspect sash bay window. Cast iron fireplace (boarded) with tiled inset. Base cupboards to each reveal with fitted shelves. Picture rail, high skirtings, antique radiator, original door and architrave.

LIVING ROOM
14`2 x 12`7 (4.32m x 3.84m). Glazed door and overhead light pane. 2 Sash windows to rear garden. Superb range style fireplace with mantle housing B.D. & Co. cast iron wood-burner with full height set of double door dining cupboards with fitted shelf. High skirtings, exposed pine picture rail and matchboard wall. Modern ‘antique` style radiator. Door to garden. Arch to:-

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
17`6 x 9`6 (5.33m x 2.90m) widening to 11`9 (3.58m). Modern fitted white kitchen with Quartz worktops. Stainless steel 4-ring ceramic hob with cupboards and drawers under. Zanussi stainless steel double oven with cupboards over and under. Barrelled style breakfast bar with cupboards under. Ceramic deep bowl sink unit with mixer taps and cupboards under. Wall cupboards. Utility space with pine shelf. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Terracotta tiled floor. Dining area widened into rear outbuilding. Double aspect window to rear with main side window to west. Double patio doors to rear garden.

2-ROOM CELLAR
Room 1: 12`9 x 16`3 (3.89m x 4.95m) light well. Arched chimney area. Space understairs.
Room 2: 14` x 16`3 (4.27m x 4.95m). Fitted shelves. Gas meter.

OUTSIDE

FRONT GARDEN
Shared gate with No.7, to slabbed path to front garden with brick and flint boundary wall and pebbled south facing front garden with semi-circular flower bed and 2 Copper Beech trees. Outside light. Boot scraper.

REAR GARDEN
Paved patio with beds. Access to side passageway via No.7. Raised stone wall to beds and open outlook to rear. Further patio to area from living room and kitchen. Outside water tap. Small deck and grass area.




Notice
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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