Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to introduce this fine four-storey town house to the open market. The property is beautifully presented, having three double bedrooms and two large reception spaces with a 20ft sitting room with fireplace and wood-burner and an open-plan 19ft kitchen/dining room with modern fitted kitchen. The house has a modern bathroom with underfloor heating, and a 40ft rear garden with shared side access and rear timber shed.
De Montfort Road is located to the west of Lewes town centre. South Down walks are very close with the mouth of the road opposite The Gallops, as well as having easy access onto the A27 Eastbourne-Brighton Road and to the A23 for Gatwick and London. There is a corner shop immediately available a few yards away, as well as St.Pancras Primary School being a similar distance and Wallands Primary School a little over five minutes away. Lewes town centre is just a short walk with the High Street only five minutes walk, with its historic attractions, period buildings, individual shops, public houses, cafes and restaurants. Lewes Railway Station is just over ten minutes walk (London Victoria 1 hour & London Bridge 90 mins), with the excellent Depot Cinema opposite.
ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
Stairs to first floor landing with painted wooden balustrade.
13'7 x 13'5 (4.14m x 4.09m). Double aspect room with dormer window looking south to De Montfort Road and 2 Velux windows to the rear with South Down views on both sides and an oblique view of Lewes Castle. 9'3 (2.82m) ceiling height with vaulted ceiling and attractive chimney arch. Eaves cupboards to both sides. Antique style radiator. Fitted shelves to chimney arch and reveals.
Exposed oak hand rail and painted wood balustrade with stairs to second and ground floors. Smoke alarm.
BEDROOM 2 (MAIN)
13'4 x 10'3 (4.06m x 3.12m). Large south facing sash window to De Montfort Road. Double wardrobe cupboard with hanging rails and space over. Cast iron Victorian fireplace. Antique style radiator. Telephone point.
10'8 x 8'4 (3.25m x 2.54m). Sash window with view over Leicester Road and the Wallands area. Chimney breast with fitted shelves to side. Antique style radiator. Telephone point.
Entrance door with glazed light over to:-
11'6 x 13'2 (3.51m x 4.01m) widening to 20'5 (6.22m) to open landing. Large sash window to De Montfort Road. Brick fireplace with wooden mantlepiece, cast iron wood-burner and slate hearth. Chimney reveals with double base cupboards to each side and fitted shelves over. Power Points in both cupboards. Telephone and Broadband points. Central arch. Antique style radiator. Stairs to ground and first floors with exposed oak hand rail and painted balustrade.
7'9 x 6'4 (2.36m x 1.93m). Modern white suite comprising tile panelled steel bath with mixer taps and Bristan independent power shower, glazed shower screen. Contemporary wash basin with mixer taps. Low level w.c. with wooden seat. Tiled bath area. Tiled floor with underfloor heating. Antique style radiator. Bathroom cupboard with fitted shelves. Glow Worm 30 cxi gas fired boiler and Drayton Digistat. Recessed spotlights. Sash window.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
19'8 x 11'2 (5.99m x 3.4m). There is excellent scope for the addition of a lower floor extension from the dining room (subject to planning permission) and to expand the kitchen area if required.
Dining area: 13'1 x 11'2 (3.99m x 3.4m). Double glazed bi-fold doors to rear garden. Cast iron fireplace with fitted cupboard to stairs and painted balustrade. Slate style tiled floor. Antique style radiator. Recessed spotlights. Underfloor heating.
Kitchen area: 7'9 x 6'4 (2.36m x 1.93m). Fitted white kitchen with stainless steel handles and oak fitted worktops. Baumatic 4-ring ceramic hob with stainless steel double oven under. Cupboards and drawers under. Stainless steel sink with single drainer with cupboard under and stainless steel Kenwood dishwasher . Stainless steel fridge/freezer. Tiled splashbacks. Wall cupboards and double cupboard. Underfloor heating.
Space and plumbing for washing machine. Double power point. Shelves.
Paved patio. Timber gate to side access between covered shared entrance. Lawned garden of just under 40' (12.19m) with timber shed 7' x 5' (2.13m x 1.52m) with brick and flint wall to west side and timber fence. Concrete seating patio to rear with view to South Downs to east side. Bay and Wisteria tree. Flower beds. Outside water tap and light.
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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