OIRO £399,950 Sold

Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are pleased to introduce this fine Southover cottage to the open market, showing a property of good value requiring modernisation. This cottage currently has three bedrooms , although it is possible that a buyer will move the bathroom upstairs and extend the kitchen. There is further potential for a loft conversion subject to planning permission. There is a 20ft sitting room and the bedrooms are doubles, two being small doubles. There is part gas central heating and an east facing garden.

St Pancras Road is located in the highly popular ‘Old Town` Southover Conservation area of Lewes adjacent to Grange Road and just a stones throw from an excellent corner shop and a hundred yards from Southover and Western Road Primary school. Southover is rich in historic buildings, with Anne of Cleves House, The Priory ruins, The Grange manor house with its stunning town gardens, Priory Crescent and Southover Church as well as the historic cobbled Keere Street. Lewes Railway Station is a level five minute walk (London Victoria 1hr, London Bridge 90 minutes) and being opposite the wonderful Depot cinema. Lewes town centre is just beyond with its stunning mix of period buildings, individual shops, cafes and restaurants. There are three superstores and excellent school and sporting facilities.



Hatch to insulated roof space with potential for loft conversion. Storage cupboard with shelves with cupboards over and to side. Pine balustrades and hand rail and stairs to ground floor entrance hall. Smoke alarm.

12`8 x 10 (3.86m x 3.05m) Original sash window to west aspect to St Pancras Road. Original cast iron fireplace with mantel. Cupboards to each reveal with wardrobe hanging cupboard with shelf over and shelved cupboard. Exposed floorboards. Dimmer switch.

10`2 x 9`2 (3.10m x 2.79m). Sash window to eastern aspect over garages, Grange Road and South Downs beyond. Cast iron feature fireplace. Airing cupboard with pre-lagged copper hot water tank with immersion heater, shelves and cupboards over. (Potential bathroom)

12`3 x 9`3 (3.73m x 2.82m) Sash window to easterly aspect with Grange Road, Southover Church spire and South Downs beyond. Original cast iron fireplace with oak front fitted wardrobes to each side with cupboard over. Dimmer switch.


Arched brick entrance porch with outside light. Clay tile floor. Entrance door to:

With electric meter cupboard. Cloaks hanging space. Doors to sitting/dining room. Stairs to first floor landing.

20`9 x 11`3 (6.32m x 3.43m)

10`5 x 10`7 (3.18m x 3.23m) Sash window to westerly aspect to St Pancras Road. Attractive cast iron fireplace with wooden mantel. Wall cupboards to reveal. Radiator. Telephone point. Brass wall light.

10`4 x 10`7 (3.15m x 3.23m) Gas fitted fire into tiled fireplace with wooden mantel. Shelved storage cupboard with electric programmer and cupboard under. Baxi Bermuda 401 gas fired back boiler. Sash window to east to rear garden. Cupboard understairs with gas meter and fitted shelves. Radiator.

9`6 x 12`4 (2.90m x 3.76m) Stainless steel sink unit with single drainer with cupboard under. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Wooden wall cupboard. Double aspect room with side aspect with sash window to front. Pine wall cupboard with swing doors.

8`6 x 4`7 (2.60m x 1.40m) White bathroom with panelled bath and grips. Redring Plus 7 electric shower. Wash hand basin with cupboard under. Low level W.C. Radiator. Double washing cupboard overhead.


Step from kitchen to concrete and tiled path to rear wood garden to rear passageway from St Pancras Road. Open aspect to garage. Lawned area. Side bordering. Tiled seating area.

Small front garden with room for bin and small dwarf wall and pillar.

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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