Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to introduce this attractive one bedroom Grade II listed period cottage to the market. The property has a sitting room with exposed ceiling and wall beams, sliding sash window and attractive cast iron fireplace with gas fire. There is a modern fitted kitchen to the rear with stable door opening to the east facing patio garden. The first floor has a double bedroom with view to the South Downs and bathroom to the rear with shower.
Malling Street forms part of the A26 from Uckfield and Ringmer into Lewes' historic town centre, which is approximately five minutes walk. Riverside walks can also be enjoyed just a short distance from the property. Lewes has many attractive period buildings, individual shops, three superstores, public houses, cafes and restaurants, as well as the superb Depot Cinema and main line Railway Station (London Victoria approx. 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins).
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
Hatch to insulated roof space. Telephone point.
11'6 max x 11'4 (3.5m x 3.5m). Sliding sash window with open aspect across garage to the South Downs to the north-west. Double radiator. 2 Sets of double wardrobe cupboards. TV point. Fitted shelf. Chimney breast. Recessed spotlighting. Glazed light to landing.
8'2 x 5'6 (2.5m x 1.7m). Sliding sash window looking to the garden. Suite comprising a pine panelled bath with hand grips, mixer tap and shower attachment. Shower curtain and rail with tiled surround. Low level w.c. Pedestal wash basin. Double radiator with thermostat. Bathroom cabinet. Electric shaver/light. Cupboard with plumbing for washing machine. Ideal Logic gas fired boiler.
Wood panelled entrance door to:-
11'4 x 10'7 (3.5m x 3.2m). Sliding sash window. Oak flooring. Exposed ceiling beams and upright beams. Attractive cast iron Victorian fireplace with tiled insert, marble hearth and fitted gas fire. 3 Wall light points. Radiator with thermostat. Dado rail and exposed skirting. Telephone point. TV point. Meter box with gas and electric meters.
10'8 x 7'3 ( 3.3m x 2.2m). Window looking to the rear garden. Stainless steel sink unit with single drainer and mixer taps, worktops to side with drawer and cupboard under. Point for gas cooker. Range of wall cupboards. Tiled splashback. Exposed ceiling beams. Part glazed stable door. Stairs to first floor with cupboard under.
South-east facing brick patio with wooden store cupboard. Brick holding wall with grass bank over. Outside light. Clothes drying area. Gate to rear access path via the side of no. 117.
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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