OIRO £399,950 Available

Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are pleased to introduce this most characterful and rare ground floor flat. The property has a superb 16' x 15'7 (4.88m x 4.75m) sitting room, with superb bayed area, solid fuel fireplace and attractive high period ceilings with original cornice and picture rails. The bedroom is also a large double with high windows and painted floorboards to both rooms. The property has a recently fitted kitchen with independent garden access and a modern bathroom and gas central heating. 2019 saw a full restoration of the outside of the building. The apartment has a double (tandem) parking space and a fenced and walled garden beyond with views to the South Downs.

The apartment is within a beautiful Victorian building, originally the home of the Sheriff of Lewes and is situated on Prince Edwards Road, a superb wide tree-lined road with grass verges in this favoured Wallands area. Lewes town centre is a 10 minute walk with its historical attractions, period buildings, independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Lewes Railway Station is just beyond, connecting to London Victoria in 1 hour and London Bridge in 90 minutes. Opposite the station is the superb Depot Cinema. Country walks are also close by as well as riverside and South Downs walks.

THE ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-

GROUND FLOOR

COMMUNAL ENTRANCE HALL
Spacious period hallway with ornate staircase to first floor. Entryphone. Letter boxes. Tiled floor. Entrance door with glazing.

ENTRANCE HALL
Tiled floor. Radiator with thermostat. Attractive panelled ceilings. Cornice. Dado rail. Smoke alarm. Stainless steel spotlighting.

BEDROOM
14'2 x 11'9 (4.32 x 3.58m). 13' (3.96m) ceiling height. 2 Tall casement windows facing south-west. Painted wooden floorboards. Attractive period stucco ceiling. Original door and coloured leadlight panel over. Fitted tall double wardrobe cupboard with hanging rails and shelves. Tall skirtings. Cornice. Picture rail. Radiator.

BATHROOM
10'9 x 3'9 (3.28m x 1.14m). Casement window with secondary glazing. White bathroom suite with panelled bath, shower attachment and mixer taps, pedestal wash basin and low level w.c. with limed oak seat. Tiled floor and tiled bath area. Radiator.

KITCHEN
12' x 7' (3.66m x 2.13m). Double aspect room with casement window to garden and part glazed doors leading immediately to parking spaces. Feature arch to main units with free-standing 4-ring gas cooker and double oven. Worktops to each side with drawers under and space and plumbing for washing machine. Wall cupboards. Stainless steel extractor fan with light. Ideal Logic+ gas fired combination boiler. Tiled splashback and floor. Stainless steel sink unit with single drainer and mixer taps. Wall cupboards over and under. Space for fridge/freezer. Attractive stucco ceiling. Stainless steel spotlighting.

SITTING ROOM
16' x 15'7 (4.88m x 4.75m). 2 Bay windows. Arch to superb bayed area with double aspect windows, wood panelled under window. Elegant period details and ceiling. Wood-burning solid fuel fireplace with glazed door. Painted wooden floorboards. Double radiator. Cupboards overhead.

OUTSIDE

2 PARKING SPACES
Immediately accessible, in tandem from driveway, leading to and including the garden.

GARDEN
Driveway with beds to side and access to independent kitchen area. Flower beds and brick boundary wall. Outside water tap. Timber gate to the newly created, attractive, fenced and spacious garden, 31' x 20' (9.45m x 6.4m), with a mixture of patio stone and borders. Raised borders, currently with vegetable beds, but with potential for lawn. Excellent view to the chalk pit. Gas meter.


Notice
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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