Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are absolutely delighted to be part of the marketing of this fine and incredibly deceptively sized house as part of the Lewes Vaults development. This new house has been brilliantly and imaginatively built by these boutique developers. The large open-plan ground floor room is 32' x 18' with magnificent bi-fold doors onto the entrance terrace and eight feature window lights receiving the western light. The developer has opted for three large bedrooms, two of which have stunning roof terraces and two having top quality ensuite facilities with underfloor heating.
The defining feature of this property is the extraordinary ‘vault', opened via a circular staircase with a ‘chalk' vault of 30' x 19', with an amazing barrelled and arched ceiling. This is an extraordinary room for a studio, gymnasium, cinema room, hobby room or an extraordinary dining hall.
The house has great roof top views over Lewes, especially the High Street and the South Downs featuring Lewes Golf Course. The property has a superb Paula Rosa kitchen with solid quartz worktops together with Miele and Siemens kitchen facilities and luxury Duravit bathrooms with attractive Minoli tiling. There is a car parking space immediately in front of the property, approached via the High Street.
The property is in a small development of four with all the other units sold, and approached either via Fuller's Passage off Lewes High Street (School Hill) or the footpath off Broomans Lane behind. This is an incredibly convenient position, quite off the beaten track and yet by the shops, close to the arcade and just a few hundred yards to Lewes Railway Station with trains to London Victoria approximately 65 minutes and London Bridge 90 minutes. Opposite the station is the new Depot Cinema. Lewes is an attractive and historic market town with a river valley and surrounded by the South Downs. There are many stunning period properties and individual shops, as well as cafes and restaurants giving the wonderful ambiance that the town has.
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