OIRO £825,000 Under Offer

Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to announce the marketing of this superb town house in central Lewes with magnificent views, a larger than average garden and garage/studio approached with rear entrance from Bradford Road. The house is on three floors with additional half landings and cellar, giving a private, light layout. The house has four bedrooms with bathroom and modern shower/wet room as well as a sitting room with south facing bay window, wood-burner and open-plan kitchen/family room with the rear section looking over the terrace to superb views. The garden is larger than others, being wedge-shaped with a top tiled terrace, lawn and large deck, along with vegetable fruit and flower beds and the garage/workshop. The property has largely double glazed units, gas fired central heating and a two-room cellar.

De Montfort Road is just to the west of Lewes High Street and the house has an open southerly aspect towards St. Annes Church and to the rear with the garden shaped towards the east with incredible views over Baxters Field/Paddock, Lewes Castle and the South Downs beyond. Lewes' historic town centre is only five minutes walk with its period buildings, individual shops, public houses, cafes and restaurants as well as three superstores. The Railway Station (London Victoria approx. 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins) is ten minutes walk and this is opposite the fabulous new Depot cinema.



Oak strip floor. Deep storage cupboard with cupboard over and to the side. Stairs to half landing with painted wood balustrade.

17'4 x 7'10 (5.30m x 2.40m) widening to 10'6 (3.23m). Wood panelled walls and ceiling. Wide wooden shelf top. Recessed spotlighting. Eaves hatch. Oak strip floor. Fitted shelves. Double radiator.

Base double cupboard and drawers with shelf top. Stairs to second and first floors with painted wood balustrade. Arched ceiling.

10'2 x 9' (3.11m x 2.74m). Double glazed sash window with superb view over The Paddock, The Avenue and South Downs beyond. Double wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and shelves. Deck top. Antique radiator. Recessed spotlighting.


Stairs to half landings. Thermostat for underfloor heating.

11'4 x 14' into bay (3.47m x 4.27m). Bay window with open view over the Old School House and St. Annes Church. Antique radiator. Chimney breast with wooden panelling, drawers to one side and base cupboards to the other. TV point.

7' x 5'10 (2.13m x 1.79m). Modern ‘big' head shower with glazed screen. Mosaic tiled floor and drain, and brick style wall tiling. Contemporary sink unit with marble shelf over. Low level w.c. with wooden shelf and fitted mirror with recessed spotlight. Heated chrome towel rail.

Stairs to first and ground floors.

11'10 x 10'2 (3.62m x 3.10m). Double glazed sash window with excellent views over The Paddock, The Avenue and South Downs beyond. Antique radiator. Chimney breast and wood panelling and bedside lights. Double wardrobe cupboards to each side with hanging rail, drawers and shelves. Picture rail. Stripped pine door.

5'10 x 5'9 (1.80m x 1.78m). Double glazed sash window looking to The Paddock. White suite of wood panelled bath with Victorian style shower attachment and mixer tap, pedestal wash basin and low level w.c. White painted floorboards. Double radiator. Mirrored cabinet. Shelves. Tiled bath area.


Glazed double entrance doors with glazed side panels. Clay tile flooring and wood painted cupboard. Glazed entrance door to:-

Oak strip flooring. Fitted shelves. Antique radiator. Stairs to kitchen/family room. Stairs to half landing.

12' x 13'8 into bay (3.66m x 4.20m). Feature bay to open southerly aspect. Window shutters. Brick fireplace with modern oak mantlepiece, clay tile hearth with wood trim and cast iron wood-burner. Painted ceiling beams. Picture rail. Shelves and base cupboard to both reveals. Fitted shelves.

20'5 x 17'6 (6.24m x 5.36m).
Kitchen area: 17'6 x 12' (5.36m x 3.66m). Esse gas kitchen range with 2 hot plates and 2 ovens. Tiled chimney breast and wooden mantle. Slate top with base cupboards under and kitchen cupboards with shelves, including pine cupboards, to each side. Open wood shelves with deep cupboards under. Recess for fridge/freezer and cupboard. Central solid wood worktop with drawers and cupboards under including pull-out bin. Central station with stainless steel industrial style sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap, with cupboards under and Miele fitted dishwasher. Space for dining table. Opening to cellar.
Family area: 17'6 x 8'6 (5.36m x 2.62m). 2 Velux roof lights. Superb full width sliding doors to garden seating terrace. Modern flooring. Central shelf. Sloping ceiling with spotlights. Boiler cupboard with modern combination boiler. Wood panelled ceiling.

10'8 x 6' (3.29m x 1.83m) with gas meter. Electric meter and fuse box. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Fitted shelves.

12' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m)


Garden terrace with tiled floor and cast iron railings, with magnificent view over Lewes Paddock including Baxter's Field, Lewes Castle and the South Downs including the chalk cliffs. Brick steps with hand rail to lower lawned garden, again with view, with raised brick beds and flint and brick wall with planting. Under terrace storage cupboard. The lawn leads to a magnificent timber seating deck directly overlooking Lewes Paddock and Castle beyond. Lower section with apple tree, shrubs and flowers. Fruit and vegetable borders and brick path with steps to:-

with heat, power and light. Gate to separate entrance from Bradford Road.

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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