OIRO £529,950 Available

Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to present this attractive end of terrace period cottage, as one of pair. The property is white rendered with a tiled roof and period weatherboard to rear elevation. The accommodation is on three floors with a surprisingly large main bedroom on the second floor. The first floor has a large bath/shower room and a double rear bedroom with additional bed/study mezzanine. The ground floor has an entrance hall off Lansdown Place into the sitting room with stunning open inglenook fireplace. The kitchen is extended, giving a most attractive fitted kitchen/dining room. There is a long 45ft rear garden with side access from Walwers Lane. The property has gas central heating.

Lansdown Place is situated in the heart of the historic Lewes town centre, just yards from the Railway Station (London Victoria 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins) and its neighbouring Depot Cinema. In the other direction, Eastgate Shopping Centre is just 200 yards with Waitrose superstore just beyond. The town centre has many period buildings, independent shops, cafes and restaurants and there are walks on the Nature Park very close by.



14'8 max x 11'8 (4.47m x 3.56m). Double aspect room with Velux rooflight to rear and sash window with secondary glazing and southerly aspect over Lansdown Place rooftops to the South Downs beyond. Sloping ceilings. Antique style radiator. Corner shelf tops. Fitted study desk and shelves. Fitted wooden bookcase. Storage alcove. Painted wood balustrade and handrail to stairs and door to:-


Sash window with secondary glazing, wood panelling below. Antique style radiator. Painted wood balustrade and handrail to stairs down to ground floor.

11'8 x 9'10 (3.56m x 3.00m). Sash window with aspect to rear garden. Exposed wooden ceiling beams. Antique style radiator. Wood panelled end wall. Tiled shelf top. Mirrored wall. Sliding door to landing. Wooden stair ladder to:-

MEZZANINE (acting as a temporary bed loft, limited head height 5'4 (1.63m)
11'8 x 7'9 (3.56m x 2.36m). Velux rooflight with southern aspect. Boarded eaves space. Boarded floor. Exposed roof timbers including central timbers.

11' x 7'4 (3.35m x 2.24m). Sash window looking south to Lansdown Place. Wood panelled wall. Exposed ceiling beam. Shower cubicle with independent shower with ‘drench' shower head, glazed door and shower tray. Roca wash basin with mixer tap. Low level w.c. Granite top and upstand with double wooden cupboards below. Shaver point. Recessed spotlighting. Inbuilt mirrored wall light. Chrome heated towel rail. Antique style radiator with thermostat. Cork style flooring. Extractor fan. Deep cupboard with space and plumbing for washing machine.


Entrance porch with painted wood panelling. Latch door to:-

12'4 x 12'4 (3.76m x 3.76m) with additional stair area to first floor. Sash window with secondary glazing looking south to Lansdown Place. Inglenook fireplace with wood bressummer, fitted shelves to nooks, painted brick hearth and cast iron cream wood-burner. Wooden overhead shelf top. Antique style radiator with thermostat. Bookshelves to reveal. Panelled walls. Spotlights and wall lights. Exposed ceiling beam. Arch to:-

15'3 max x 12' (4.65m x 3.66m). Double aspect room with attractive glass bricks to Walwers Lane to the east. Overhead glazed window and roof light to rear and double glazed door to rear garden.
Kitchen area: Stainless steel recessed sink unit with mixer tap and granite top. Painted wooden drawers, cupboards and shelves under. Further granite top with space under for fridge/freezer. Attractive terracotta half tiled walls and tiled floor. Wooden cupboard housing combination gas fired boiler for central heating and hot water. Smart Hive Programmer.
Dining area: Antique style radiator. 2 Wall lights. Lantern roof light. Display shelf top.


Approximately 45' depth with brick steps to brick seating area. Winding central steps with shrub and flower beds to further paved area, receiving all day sun. Brick rear boundary wall (to be completed). Wooden gate to Walwers Lane.

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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