OIRO £340,000 Under Offer

Situated in this attractive and popular period street of cottages and houses in the core of Lewes town centre, just a couple of hundred yards from Lewes High Street. The property has easy access to this attractive medieval area of historic attractions, period properties, individual shops, 3 superstores and excellent public houses and restaurants. Lewes Railway Station (London Victoria approx. 1 hour and London Bridge) is just under a 10 minute walk.

Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents presents with pleasure a featured attractive period cottage of brick and flint with a fine brick patio and walled garden. The property has two double bedrooms with aspect to picturesque Sun Street to the west and the second floor bedrooms with a view to Lewes Golf Course and the South Downs. The property has two reception rooms with a modern fitted kitchen to the addition, a large bathroom and an improved cellar. There are some areas of work required (listed below).

Energy Efficiency Rating Band: E



13`4 x 12`9 max (4.08m x 3.93m). Double aspect room with dormer window to Sun Street to the west and Velux window looking east towards the Golf Course and the South Downs. Wall light. Original panelled door and panelled walls to the stairwell. Hatch to insulated roof space. Radiator with thermostat.


Stairs to ground and second floors with painted wooden balustrades and hand rail. Overhead shelf. Smoke alarm.

11`3 x 12`4 (3.44m x 3.78m). Sash window looking west to Sun Street. Original cast iron fireplace with cast iron mantle. 2 Double wardrobe cupboards with louvred doors to each side of room. 2 Fitted shelved cupboards. TV point. Radiator with thermostat.

9`5 x 9`1 (2.89m x 2.77m). Cast iron bath with wood panel, mixer taps and Victorian style shower attachment. Wide bowl pedestal wash basin. Low level w.c. Airing cupboard with pre-lagged copper hot water tank and immersion heater. Radiator. Cupboard for storage and housing Glow Worm Flexicon gas fired boiler. Painted floorboards. Wood panelled walls. Sash window to rear garden.


Entrance door to:-
11`8 x 11`4 (3.60m x 3.47m). Sash window looking west to Sun Street. Cast iron working fireplace with tiled hearth and wooden mantle. Set of fitted storage cupboards. Painted beamed ceiling. Radiator with thermostat. Dimmer switch. Point for gas fire. 3 Wall light points.

9`3 x 9`2 (2.83m x 2.80m). Sliding sash window to rear garden. Cast iron fireplace. Fitted shelf top with base cupboard under and cupboards to side. Radiator with thermostat. Door to staircase to first floor.

10`3 x 6` (3.13m x 1.83m). Double aspect room to front and side. Butler`s sink with tiled worktop to side and splashback. Clay tiled worktop. Point for free-standing gas cooker. Clay tiled floor. Space for fridge/freezer. Radiator. Glazed door to rear garden.

11`1 x 10` (3.38m x 3.05m). Vent window. Arched alcove to chimney breast. Painted floor. Wood panelled ceiling. Spotlights. Electric and gas meter cupboard. Radiator. Double power point.


East facing garden of approximately 28` x 13`10 (8.53m x 3.99m). Brick walled patio with Wisteria. Gate to side passageway. Outside water tap. Storage cupboard 5`8 max x 3`5 (1.77m x 1.07m) with power, N.B. roof needs replacing.

Work perhaps required:-
Potential re-wire
External decoration
Some wet rot to windows
Chimney dampness
Collapsed outbuilding roof

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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