Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to introduce this highly attractive double fronted Victorian property, originally two cottages. The property was subject to considerable work some 20 years ago and has a 20` master bedroom with roll top bath, cloakroom, dressing cupboard and two railed balconies. The first floor yields three further double bedrooms with a luxury bath/shower room and the ground floor has two full depth 22` rooms, one being a splendid open plan kitchen living room with a central island and antique style fittings and a formal sitting room with woodburner, open to a glazed conservatory. The garden is maintenance free and of double width and there is gas central heating with antique style radiators to the majority.
Timber Yard Lane is a quiet cul-de-sac pleasantly situated off South Street near Cliffe High Street. The position is peaceful with views to Chapel Hill and chalky cliffs and close to the South Downs and river walks. However the property is just 100 yards away from Cliffe High Street and thus close to individual shops, public houses and restaurants and just a little further to three superstores including Waitrose. Lewes Railway Station is a short walk (London Victoria 1hr & London Bridge 90 mins), opposite the superb Lewes Depot cinema.
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
20`3 x 15`7 (6.17m x 4.75m) Two sets of double glazed wood casement dormer window to west aspect. 2 Sets of eaves cupboards. Storage eaves alcove. 2 Sets of double glazed double doors with brass handles to 2 balconies. 3 Antique radiators. Lime stained floorboards. Recessed spotlighting. Steel flue. Fitted shelving. Open copper bath with shower attachment and mixer tap. Brass chromium towel rail. Copper wash hand basin. French shutters to cloakroom with low level w.c. and hanging rail. Further shelves to walk in wardrobe. Arch with shelves and hanging rail. Wooden fence guard to central staircase to the first floor landing.
4`x 4` (1.22m x 1.22m) with superb view to woodland and Chapel Hill and south to chalky cliffs. Triple aspect with outside lights. Wrought iron handrail.
3`10 x 4` (1.17m x 1.22m), mirrors Balcony 1. Wooden feature gate to stairs to first floor with hand rail and door to first floor landing.
Exposed limed floorboards. Wood panelled staircase to ground and second floors with hand rails.
11`3 x 11` (3.43m x 3.35m). Painted floorboards. Side window to rear garden to east and woodland beyond South Street. Double radiator. Telephone point. Further window at floor height. Wall of fitted shelves
11`6 x 10`9 (3.51m x 3.28m). Exposed wood sash window to west to Timberyard Lane. Double radiator. Double wardrobe cupboard with exposed pine doors, hanging rail and shelves. Cast iron fireplace with pine mantel. Fitted shelves to alcove. TV point.
11`4 x 10`8 (3.45m x 3.25m). Sash window to Timberyard Lane to north. Cast iron fireplace with wooden mantel. Exposed floorboards and pine skirting. Double radiator.
9`1 x 6`6 (2.77m x 1.98m). Roll-top bath with clawed feet, mixer taps and shower attachment. White suite of low level w.c. Contemporary circular wash basin on mosaic tile shelf of terracotta splashback and mixer taps. Further mosaic tile shelf. Shower with double door with Mira shower with shower tray and tiled walls. Tiled floor. Recessed spotlighting. Sash window. Double wired doors to airing cupboard with Ideal Mira gas fired boiler (not working, requires replacement) and shelves. Chromium heated towel rail.
Entrance door to:-
OPEN LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN
22`2 x 11`8 (6.76m x 3.56m). Living area with space for dining table with brick open fireplace including grate. Brick floor throughout. 2 Double base cupboards with shelves over. Glazed wall cupboards. Gas meter. Kitchen area with central marble work station with drawers, shelves and cupboards. Belfast sink with mixer taps and spray gun. Stoves Newhome free-standing gas cooker with steel extractor fan and light. Marble worktops to each side with space for fridge and washing machine. Panelled staircase with cupboards under. Double French doors to garden with wrought iron grills and tile surround. Antique radiator with thermostat. Feature shelved cabinet with diamond light and antique drawers below.
22`2 x 11`1 (6.76m x 3.38m). Cast iron wood-burner within chimney breast and tiled heath with wooden mantle. Electric meter. Double aspect room with sash window and coloured lead light window to Timberyard Lane. Double shutter doors to:
13` x 6`9 (3.96m x 2.06m). Glazed sloping roof, double glazed and triple aspect room. Brick and white tiled floor with upper barn style door and floor grill. Plant shelf surround. 2 Antique style radiators. Water tap.
SHUTTERED REAR AREA
From kitchen, with glazed roof and brick floor.
East facing double width garden with brick path. Raised borders with sleepers and brick steps. Central Astro lawn. Brick outbuilding 26`2 x 22`9 (7.98m x 6.93m), facing south and east.
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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