OIEO £375,000 Under Offer

Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are please to introduce to the market this fine 3 bedroom semi-detached house in a quiet cul de sac to the attractive south west corner of Lewes. The ground floor has a 31 ft through open plan area with front sitting room with bay windows and oak fitted flooring and a full width 16 ft kitchen/dining room with superb attractive contemporary kitchen with polished concrete work surfaces with work station & SS cooker range, as well as fitted appliances. The kitchen has high ceilings and bi fold doors. The first floor has 3 bedrooms (2 doubles with modern contemporary bathroom with drench shower. The house has uPVC double glazing, gas central heating, a garage with shared driveway and a large rear garden as well as a good sized front garden. The house is overall 870sqft.

Winterbourne Close is a quiet cul-de-sac to the south west corner of Lewes, connecting easily to the old town Southover area with Anne of Cleves House, the Old Priory Monastery, Southover Church, Grange Gardens, Priory Crescent and historic cobbled Keere Street. There are superb South Downs walks via Juggs Road/Lane behind Winterbourne Close and easy access to the Eastbourne-Brighton Road (A27). Lewes Railway Station is approximately 10 minutes walk (London Victoria 65 mins & London Bridge 90 mins), with the historic town centre just beyond with it`s period buildings, individual shops, public house, cafes and restaurants, as well as three superstores.


Stairs to ground floor & UPVC double glazed window to side aspect.

10`10 x 10`7ft. Full wall range of triple 2 door wardrobe cupboards and shelves. uPVC double glazed windows to south aspect over winterbourne close. Radiator. Further wardrobe cupboard.

10`8 x 8`11. uPVC double glazed windows over looking rear garden. Single wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and shelf. Radiator.

7`10 x 5`5. uPVC double glazed window overlooking Winterbourne Close to southern aspect. Radiator.

uPVC glazed window. White suite of oversized bath with wooden panelling. Tiled bath area & splashback. Independent drench shower. Contemporary wash basin. Low level w.c. Glass shelves.


uPVC double glazed entrance door to entrance hall.

uPVC double glazed windows. Stairs to first floor landing with cupboard understairs. Radiator.

Overall size: 31`7 x 15`11
Sitting area: 11`6 x 10`8. uPVC double glazed attractive bay windows to southern aspect to front garden. Oak fitted wooden floor. Fitted shelves. TV point.
Kitchen/Dining area: 20`1 x 15`11. Central work station with attractive breakfast bar with space for seating and contemporary polished concrete work surface having recessed sink unit, brass antique style mixer taps. Cupboards under with fitted dish washer & washing machine. Overhead contemporary lighting, wooden filled kitchen, with polished concrete work surfaces with sliding drawers & pan drawers under. Wall hinged cupboards. SS range unit with multi ring hob and burner. Double oven & grill. Oak strip flooring. 2 modern roof lights. Recessed spotlights. Smoke alarm. Fitted fridge & freezer & storage cupboard with trays. High Ceiling.


16 x 7`10 with up-and-over door and approached from shared driveway.

Approached via the shared driveway to entrance porch. The front garden is long and south facing with slate beds and wooden sleepers with an attractive range of flowers and shrubs and potential for seating area.

Timber deck immediately approached via bi fold doors from kitchen/family room. Outside light. Outside water tap. Slate pathway from front to rear with timber gate to side driveway and garage. Easily maintained Astroturf style lawn, surrounded by painted fence work and rear outbuilding. Rear flower beds with attractive trees beyond.

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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