Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to present this fine 2-storey Edwardian house in the very heart of Lewes town centre. The property has 3 bedrooms on the first floor with the bathroom and views to front and rear to the South Downs. The ground floor has 2 reception rooms and a separate kitchen with small rear addition with cloakroom. The property has gas fired central heating and an attractive walled garden of approximately 45' depth with rear access.
St. Swithuns Terrace is a quiet cul-de-sac of Edwardian houses off Lewes High Street, very much in the heart of the town centre, overlooking the Southover Grange Gardens and being very close to Lewes Castle. Lewes Railway Station is just 5 minutes walk, connecting to London Victoria (65 mins), London Bridge (90 mins) and Brighton (20 mins). St. Swithuns Terrace is just yards from many cultural attractions, independent shops, cafes and restaurants, but equally no distance to country, riverside and downland walks.
THE ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
Airing cupboard with pre-lagged copper hot water tank, immersion heater and slatted shelves. Picture rail, ceiling rose and dado rail. Laminate flooring. Stairs to ground floor with wood balustrades and hand rail.
13'2 x 12'1 (4.01m x 3.68m). Sash window with westerly aspect to St Swithuns Terrace and glimpses of the South Downs. Original cast iron fireplace with hearth. Fitted double shelved cupboard. Radiator. Fitted shelves to 1 wall. Picture rail. Laminate flooring.
13' x 8'10 (3.96m x 2.69m) into cupboard. Sash window overlooking the rear garden to South Downs and chalk cliffs beyond. Double radiator. Double wardrobe cupboard with cupboards over. Cast iron fireplace. Fitted shelved cupboard. Fitted shelves. Laminate flooring. Picture rail.
9'4 x 7' (2.84m x 2.13m). Sash window looking east to rear garden. Fitted shelves. Radiator. Picture rail. Fitted shelved cupboard and overhead cupboard.
9'5 x 4' (2.87m x 1.22m). Sash window to St. Swithuns Terrace. Wood panelled steel path. Wash basin with mixer tap and cupboard. High-level w.c. Laminate flooring. Wood panelled splashback.
N.B. There is potential access for roof a conversion (subject to planning permission).
ENTRANCE PORCH & HALL
Glazed entrance door to hall. Stucco brackets to arch. Picture rail. Dado rail, papered below. Laminate flooring. Radiator with wooden top over. Stairs with wooden newel post, handrail and balustrade to first floor landing. Cupboard understairs with fuse box, gas and electric meters. Fitted shelves.
15'3 x 11'10 (4.65m x 3.61m). Feature bay sash window looking to St. Swithuns Terrace. Original cast iron fireplace with wooden mantle, fitted shelves to either side. Radiator. Ceiling rose, cornice and picture rail. High skirtings. Laminate flooring. Original door.
15'3 x 9'10 (4.65m x 3.00m). Double glazed French doors to rear garden. Feature cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth. Double shelved dining cupboard. Fitted shelves to 2 walls. Picture rail. Radiator. Laminate flooring.
9'3 x 6' (2.82m x 1.83m). Stainless steel sink unit with single drainer and worktop to side with drawers and cupboards under. Point for gas cooker. Range of wall cupboards. Potterton Prima gas fired boiler. 2 Marble shelves with cupboards over. Larder style cupboard with shelves. Laminate flooring. Window and double glazed door to:-
12' x 5'9 max (3.66m x 1.75m). Glazed ceiling. Double aspect to garden to east and south. Butlers sink. Plant shelf. Cloaks area with low level w.c.
Small front garden area with shrubs and path to entrance porch.
Approximately 45' (13.72m) depth fully walled mature garden with part trellis, shrubs and flowers. Central brick path and rear access gate to Green Lane.
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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