Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are pleased to introduce this most attractive and understated period property to the market. Double doors and entrance porch lead into the sitting room with wooden floor and 2 sash windows to the front. A large dining/family room is to the rear, looking to The Needlemakers and the courtyard garden, with a fitted kitchen and conservatory/utility. The first floor has 3 bedrooms, all of different styles, and a bathroom. There is a further roof room with restricted ceiling height, but could potentially be used a temporary bedroom, study or play room. The property has many original features including open fireplaces, floorboards, sash windows, picture rails, balustrades and handrails. As well as gas central heating, the property has a modern kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Market Street is a one-way street off Lewes High Street and is therefore in the very heart of the historic town centre, close to the Market Tower, The Needlemakers and the Town Hall. Lewes town centre has many period buildings and cultural attractions, together with a vast array of independent shops, public houses, cafes and restaurants. There are walks close by to the river valley and the South Downs, and Lewes Railway Station (Brighton 20 mins, London Victoria 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins) is just over 5 minutes walk, along with superb The Depot Cinema opposite.
THE ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
ROOF ROOM/TEMPORARY BEDROOM/STUDY
15'6 x 11'8 (4.73m x 3.55m) with 5'2 (1.58m) max. head height. Dormer window to east. Double radiator. Stairs with painted wood balustrade and exposed wood handrail.
13'4 x 10'1 (4.06m x 3.08m). Sash window looking to Market Street. Double radiator. 2 Double and 1 single wardrobe cupboard with cupboards over. Picture rail.
9'8 x 6' (2.95m x 1.83m). Sash window. Wood panelled steel bath with glazed shower screen, mixer taps and shower attachment. Low level w.c. Roca wash basin with mixer taps and cupboards under. Low level w.c. Recessed spotlighting. Glass shelves. Tiled floor.
Steps to upper landing and stairs to ground floor with painted wooden balustrade and exposed wood handrail. Radiator.
11'4 x 8'2 (3.46m x 2.48m). Sash window to west looking to The Needlemakers. Double fitted cupboard and further cupboards with sliding doors, hanging rail and shelves. Spotlights. Double radiator. Double wooden doors.
16'3 x 8' (4.96m x 2.43m). Attractive double sloping barn style ceiling. Double aspect with west facing window to The Needlemakers and further window overlooking the gardens of Market Street. Double radiator.
Original double doors to:-
Glazed doors with side panels opening to:-
15'10 x 13'6 (4.83m x 4.11m). 2 secondary glazed sash windows looking east to Market Street. Exposed wood floorboards. 2 Double radiators. Fitted shelves. Telephone point. Picture rail. TV point. Latch door to:-
15'3 x 11'1 (4.64m x 3.37m). Base cupboards to recesses with fitted shelves over. Open fireplace with mantle. Glazed storage cupboard. Oak wood flooring. TV and telephone points. Stairs to first floor landing. Double radiator.
16'9 x 8'5 (5.10m x 2.56m). Window to rear garden and conservatory. Stainless steel sink unit with single drainer. Modern white units including cupboards, drawers and pan drawers. Stainless steel 4-ring gas hob and double oven. Fitted shelves. Double radiator. Exposed wall beams and wood floorboards.
8'11 x 7'4 (2.71m x 2.23m). Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble-dryer. Exposed wood flooring. Double doors to rear garden.
CELLAR (used as a Studio/Workroom)
13'7 x 12'6 (4.15m x 3.81m). Window light. Fitted cupboards and shelves. Plastered walls. Laminate floor. Double radiator. Boxed meters.
Brick walled courtyard with timber storage shed.
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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