Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are pleased to introduce this fine, one of a pair of Victorian cottages on three floors, to the market. The property is superbly presented with flexibility, currently having a first floor additional living room, or three bedrooms to add to the exceptional open-plan Woodworks style fitted kitchen and superb sitting room, opening to the west facing walled garden. The property has exposed wooden floorboards and staircase treads, as well as a superb modern bathroom and porthole window with views to woodland in Cuilfail to the east and South Down to the west. The property has double glazed windows, gas central heating and a modern electric feature fire.
This property is yards from the mouth of Cliffe High Street and Chapel Hill walking to the South Downs/Lewes Golf Course. This quiet section of Malling Street connects to South Street and walks onto the banks of the River Ouse. The property is in the town centre, yards from Cliffe High Street's eclectic mix of cafes and restaurants, including the original ‘Bills' restaurant, individual shops and antique emporiums. The historic High Street is just beyond and Lewes Railway Station (London Victoria 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins) with the neighbouring Depot Cinema is just ten minutes walk.
THE ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
Cloaks hanging space. Painted wooden floorboards. Stripped pine doors. Stairs with exposed wooden treads and hand rail leading to first floor landing.
10'3 x 9'2 (3.12m x 2.79m). Sash window with views to woodland/Cuilfail. Double radiator. Hatch to insulated roof space. Attractive shaped chimney breast.
7'5 x 7'4 (2.26m x 2.24m). Currently used as a study. Double glazed picture window with fine open views to the South Downs including the chalk pit. Hanging rail with shelf over. Recessed spotlighting. Radiator.
Polished exposed wooden floorboards and wood panelled walls. Painted wooden balustrades with exposed wooden hand rail to stairs leading to second and ground floors. Porthole window to westerly aspect. Recessed spotlights with dimmer switch.
BEDROOM 3/SECOND SITTING ROOM
12' x 10'2 (3.66m x 3.1m). Double glazed window to east to Malling Street. Painted brick chimney breast with exposed brick fireplace and hearth. 2 Wall light points with dimmer switch. Double radiator. Double wardrobe cupboard with exposed pine doors, hanging rails and storage space. TV aerial point.
8'9 x 5'6 (2.67m x 1.68m). Sash window with westerly aspect and South Down views. Modern white suite of wood panelled steel bath with Victorian style mixer taps and shower attachment. Mosaic tiled bath area. Glazed shower screen. Storage cupboards under bath. Low level w.c. Wide bowl pedestal wash basin. Heated ladder towel rail. Exposed wooden floorboards. Wood panelled wall. Recessed spotlights and dimmer switch. 2 Sets of double bathroom cupboards housing Ideal Logic+ gas combination boiler. Stripped pine door.
Original wood entrance door with glazed panel over, leading to:-
22'9 x 10'2 (6.93m x 3.1m)
Kitchen: 10'2 x 9'4 (3.1m x 2.84m). Sash window looking east to Malling Street. Painted solid wood fitted kitchen with wood worktops. Twin bowl ceramic sink unit with single drainer and mixer taps. Double cupboards under and corner cupboard with hinged door. Neff 4-ring stainless steel hob and oven with tiled recess and spotlighting over. Drawers and cupboard under and wall cupboards over. Wood worktop with space and plumbing under for washing machine. Fitted shelves. Space for fridge/freezer. Exposed pine flooring. Radiator. Open arch to:-
Lounge: 13'5 x 10'2 (4.09m x 3.1m). Double glazed window and door to west facing rear garden. Feature electric fire. Stairs to first floor with storage space under. Telephone point. TV point. Fibre broadband point.
REAR WALLED GARDEN
13'9 x 10'2 (4.19m x 3.1m). Stone slabbed seating terrace with white painted walls and brick flower and shrub borders. Brick storage shed 5'3 x 3' (1.6m x 0.91m).
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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