Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are pleased to introduce this attractive detached house, one of only two in the road, being an older style in an elevated position with views over the Wallands area. The house has a good size plot with a front garden having a footpath and a south facing rear garden. The accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms (2 doubles) and a bathroom. The ground floor has a 21' through sitting room with arch to a fitted kitchen and a further independent office. The property also benefits from gas central heating.
Valance Road is just yards from an excellent local shop and within easy reach of the popular primary schools, Wallands and St Pancras. The South Downs are within easy reach, as is the historic town centre with its period buildings, individual shops, café's and restaurants as well as 3 superstores and an excellent cinema which is opposite Lewes Railway Station (London Victoria 1hr & London Bridge 90 mins). Valence Road easily connects to the western end of Lewes and onto the A27 for Eastbourne/Brighton and the A23 to Gatwick and London.
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
Side window to westerly aspect. Hatch to insulated roof space with folding loft ladder. Stairs to ground floor entrance hall with white painted wooden treads. Shelved over-stairs storage cupboard. Thermostat.
10'8 (3.25m) widening to 12'9 x 11'1 (3.89m x 3.38m). Double aspect room with casement window looking to Wallands and superb easterly aspect to South Downs and Lewes Golf course. Painted wooden floorboards. 2 Double width cupboards with cupboards over. Double radiator. Fitted shelves. Pine door. Cornice.
10' x 10'9 (3.05m x 3.28m). Casement window with pine cill, to southerly aspect. Wash hand basin. Exposed pine floorboards. Double radiator.
ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
Window. Shower cubicle with shower tray and tiled wall. Mira Elite electric shower. Low level w.c. Glen electric convector heater. Pine door.
7'7 x 8'1 (2.31m x 2.46m). Casement window overlooking Prince Edwards Road. Exposed pine floorboards. Radiator. Fitted shelves.
Casement window. White suite of pine panelled steel bath with shower attachment, low level w.c. and wash hand basin with pine cupboard under. Bidet. Pine floorboards. Antique style radiator. Tiled bath area. Pine dado panelling. Recessed spotlights.
Double glazed entrance door and side panel. Double radiator. Wood staircase with wooden treads and balustrade. Glazed door to kitchen and pine door to sitting room. Door to:-
12' x 7'6 (3.66m x 2.29m). Triple aspect room with double glazed windows. Double sliding door to south side. Further aspect to west and front entrance door. 2 electric heaters.
THROUGH SITTING ROOM
21'8 x 12'6 (6.6m x 3.81m). Triple aspect with westerly aspect casement window to Valance Road and double patio doors. Exposed floorboards. Cast Iron fireplace. Dimmer switch. Radiator. Stripped pine door to entrance hall. Fitted shelves.
11'7 x 8'9 (3.53m x 2.67m). Casement window to south facing garden. Schult electric 4-ring ceramic hob. Electric oven. Pine worktop with drawers, cupboards and fitted shelves. Butlers sink with wood worktops, drawers and cupboards under and fitted double cupboard. Pine breakfast bar with glazed cupboards over and fitted fridge and freezer under. Tiled splashback. Arch to sitting room. Glazed door to entrance hall. Double glazed door to conservatory.
Brick path with beds for shrubs and flowers to side. Potential for parking space (subject to consent and excavation).
SOUTH FACING GARDEN
South facing brick seating patio. Outside water tap. Brick elevated borders. Upper lawned garden with timber arbor. Timber shed 5' x 4' (1.52m x 1.22m)
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