OIRO £489,950 Available

Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are pleased to introduce this fine end of terrace house built in a highly favoured cul-de-sac with Marquis of Abergavenny escutcheon. The property has a spacious double bedroom and a double aspect second bedroom and a modern fitted bathroom and shower. The property has a 14' square sitting room leading to a large double glazed conservatory, as well as a fitted kitchen with hardwood worktops and solid wood units. The high ceiling gives a very spacious feeling. The property has gas central heating and a small east facing terrace with traditional flint walls.

St Peters Place is a highly attractive cul-de-sac off Lewes High Street by St Annes Hill. The property is thus, town centre and only five minutes walk to Waitrose and Lewes Railway Station (London Victoria 1 hour & London Bridge 90 mins). The town has an historic core with period buildings, individual shops, public houses, cafes and restaurants, as well as the Depot Cinema.

ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING
Hatch to insulated roof space with central heating boiler and folding loft ladder. Modern oak stairs with balustrades and handrail. Half landing with oak shelf top and shelves under.

BEDROOM 1
14'5 x 11'2 (4.42m x 3.41m). 2 Sash windows with secondary glazing, easterly aspect and to the garden. High ceiling. Oak wood flooring. Fitted double wardrobe cupboard with hanging rails, shelves and curtained doors. TV point. Radiator.

BEDROOM 2
9'2 x 6'7 (2.80m x 2.04m). Double aspect room with sash windows and secondary glazing. Double wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and shelves, space over. Single shelved cupboard. Radiator.

BATHROOM
7'10 x 5'9 (2.43m x 1.79m). White suite with wood panelled bath, independent shower and glazed shower screen. Bidet. Low level w.c. Pedestal wash basin with mixer tap. Spotlight. Fitted shelves. Chromium ladder towel rail. Half brick tiled walls. Window to St Peters Place. Clothes airer.

GROUND FLOOR

Part glazed entrance door to:-
OPEN ENTRANCE AREA
Quarry tiled floor. Modern vertical radiator.

CLOAKROOM
White suite of low level w.c . Corner wash basin. Half tiled walls. Vertical towel rail. Window.

KITCHEN
9'7 x 8'10 (2.95m x 2.71m). Sash window to St Peters Place to the west. Ceramic sink unit with mixer taps and cupboards under. Solid wood worktop with fitted dishwasher below. 4-ring electric hob and stainless steel Blomberg electric oven. Further solid wood worktop with space and plumbing for washing machine and space for fridge and freezer, cupboards under. Vertical radiator. Quarry tile floor. Wall cupboards. Stainless steel extractor fan and light. Recessed storage cupboard. Brick tile splashbacks. Recessed spotlights. Wall light.

SITTING ROOM
14'4 x 14'4 (4.38m x 4.38m). Sash window to side (garden) and southerly aspect. Glazed folding wooden doors to conservatory/dining room. High ceiling. Oak wood flooring and oak staircase with wooden balustrading and hand rail, cupboard understairs. Cloaks hanging space. Wooden mantle with quarry tile hearth and housing a cast iron gas fire. Open to entrance hall area. TV point. Wall light.

CONSERVATORY
11'1 x 10'11 (3.38m x 3.30m). Double sloping double glazed roof. Quarry tile floor with underfloor trench heating. Trench covered with cast iron grills. Tiled cills to double glazed windows, window blinds and double glazed doors to east facing garden. Window blinds throughout provision for cat flap.

OUTSIDE

Brick yard to east side with brick and flint boundary wall. Wrought iron railing to dwarf wall bordering a brick terrace. Pergola to side timber gate. Brick hardstanding for potential bike space and entrance area to main entrance.



Notice
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.

Floor Plan
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