Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to announce the marketing of this immaculately presented and unique Victorian town house, situated in the popular Southover area of Lewes. The property, dating from approximately 1850, is on 4 floors and has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. There is a large full depth sitting room with a cast iron wood burning stove, alcove shelves and large bespoke bookcase with cupboards under. The property has many original features including sash windows and stripped pine internal doors along with double glazed French doors leading to a walled garden. The lower level kitchen has an original exposed beam and double glazed casement window looking to street level therefore having natural light. There is also a separate utility cupboard with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. The property has been renovated to a very high standard including new bathrooms and lower level kitchen conversion and has been decorated beautifully throughout.
Situated in the heart of the Southover district of Lewes, the property is near Anne of Cleves House, the Grange Gardens and a 5 minute walk to Lewes Railway Station (London Victoria 1 hour and London Bridge approximately 90 minutes) and a 10 minute walk to the town centre with its attractive period buildings, individual shops and a growing number of restaurants and cafes. There are excellent walks to the South Downs and open countryside as well as sports clubs and recreation ground close by also on the doorstep of two well regarded primary schools.
THE ACCOMODATION COMPRISES:-
Stairs with balustrade and handrails to 1st floor. Smoke alarm. Radiator.
(12'7 x 9'9) Bedroom with fantastic views east towards Lewes Castle. Timber casement window. Radiator.
(12'7 x 9'9) Double bedroom with double glazed casement window with southern views overlooking Southover High Street with country outlook beyond. Built in storage cupboards. Radiator.
Walk in shower with Merlyn bifold shower door and Heritage shower fitting. Duravit wall hung basin. Close coupled W.C. Heated mirror. Tiled splashback and flooring. Shelf. Recessed spotlights. Velux window with views towards Rotten Row and Lewes Castle.
Stairs with balustrades and handrail to ground floor and 2nd floor.
Cupboard housing Ideal Logic +30 combi boiler. Radiator. Smoke alarm. Coir flooring. Ornate iron balustrades.
(7'4 x 9'6) Bedroom with double glazed casement window with views east towards Rotten Row and Lewes Castle. Coir flooring. Radiator.
(10'8 x 11'9) Master bedroom with large original casement window overlooking Southover High Street. Feature panelled wall. Chimney breast. Walk in wardrobe with shelves, hanging rails and light. Coir flooring. Radiator.
Steel enamelled bath with tiled bath panel and tiled walls. Merlyn glazed shower screen with black trim. Roper Rhodes deluge shower with handheld shower attachment. Wall mounted bath taps. Contemporary wash basin with wall mounted taps and wooden cupboard below. Close coupled W.C. Wood panelled splashback. Chrome ladder heated towel rail. Recessed spotlights. Hanging feature vanity lights. Double glazed timber casement window. Storage Cupboard and shelf.
Entrance door. Stairs to upper floors. Coat and shoe storage area. Reclaimed double doors to lounge/dining room. Vinyl flooring. Smoke Alarm. Wall light.
(12'6 x 23'5) Full depth sitting room with original sash window. Fireplace with wooden surround and wood burning stove on a brick hearth. Wood panelled wall. Coir flooring. TV and telephone point. Alcove shelves. Bespoke book shelves with cupboards under. Space for large dining table. French doors leading to walled garden. 2 Radiators. Glazed stripped pine door to basement kitchen. Stairs leading to basement with Coir floor covering. Recessed spotlights.
(15'9 x 14'4) Full floor lower level kitchen/dining room with south light from a large double glazed casement window and original exposed beam. An attractive mix of stainless steel and oak work surfaces. Smeg stainless steel hob and oven. Stainless steel extractor fan. Stainless steel wall cupboards and shelving. A range of base units and space for a fridge freezer and dishwasher. Stainless steel splashbacks. Cupboard housing electric and gas meter. Space and plumbing for a dishwasher. Separate utility cupboard with plumbing and space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Recessed spotlights. Heat alarm. Double radiator. Marmoleum flooring.
Private walled garden benefiting from morning and mid afternoon sunlight. Potting area with outdoor sink and tap. Space for table and chairs. Whitewashed walls and flagstone paving with flower beds. Large mature bay tree. Trellis with climbing plants. Storage shed. Rear seating area with a range of established plants. Outside lighting.
Please note: This property is being sold by an employee at Charles Wycherley Estate Agents.
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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