Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to present to the market this fine brick and slate terraced cottage on three floors with a cellar. The property has three bedrooms (two doubles) and a white bathroom. The ground floor has a 20' depth sitting room and a 17' kitchen. The garden is a real feature of nearly 80' depth facing west, with gardens surrounding to all sides and with open school playing fields close by.
St. James Street is a highly popular cul-de-sac in the heart of the historic Southover ‘old town'. The property is very quiet and is just yards from Anne of Cleves House, the Grange Gardens, Keere Street and Priory Crescent, as well as superb walks to the south of the town. Lewes Railway Station is less than five minutes walk (London Victoria 1 hour & London Bridge) and the town centre just beyond with its attractive period buildings, individual shops and a growing number of restaurants and cafes.
THE ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-
12' x 11' (3.66m x 3.35m). Dormer casement window looking east over St. James Street and with views of Priory Crescent, Lewes town centre including St. Michaels Church spire. Chimney breast with side alcove and 3 double door fitted wardrobe cupboards with electric light. Eaves cupboard. Recessed spotlight with dimmer switch. Smoke alarm. Modern oak latch door to staircase, leading to:-
Stairs to ground and second floors. Recessed spotlighting. Smoke alarm.
11' x 9'7 (3.35m x 2.96m). Sash window looking east to St James Street. Chimney breast with double wardrobe cupboard to side. Single wardrobe with hanging rail and fitted shelves to other recess. Radiator. TV point. Recessed spotlighting. Oak wood latch door.
10'6 x 6'4 (3.23m x 1.95m). uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden to the west and over school playing fields. Fitted shelves. Cupboard housing Ideal Logic Combi gas fired boiler, electronic programmer and Hive control, storage space with cupboards under. Double radiator. Oak wood flooring.
9' x 4'9 (2.74m x 1.49m). uPVC double glazed window. White suite of tile panelled bath with mixer taps. Independent drench shower and hand shower attachment. Tiled bath area. Low level w.c. Pedestal wash basin with tiled splashback. Electric light/shaver point. Pedestal wash basin. Recessed spotlights. Heated ladder towel rail. Glazed light. Wood flooring. Oak latch door.
20'9 x 10'9 (6.37m x 3.32m). Wooden entrance door to double aspect through room with new double glazed window to rear garden to west. Sash window to St. James Street. Attractive cast iron tiled fireplace with fitted gas fire and pine mantelpiece. Fitted pine shelves. 2 Double radiators. Hatch to cellar. Cupboard understairs. 3 Wall light points. Recessed spotlights. TV point. Thermostat. Telephone point. Oak wood flooring.
17'7 x 6'7 (5.39m x 2.04m). Double aspect with new uPVC double glazed window to rear garden and double glazed window to side garden. New fitted kitchen with white units. Twin-bowl sink unit with mixer lever taps within Corian worktop and grooved drainer. Fitted Blomberg dishwasher under. Further worktop with 4-ring stainless steel gas hob and Neff extractor hood with light over. Stainless steel Neff electric oven with cupboards over and under. Full range of wall cupboards, sliding pan drawers and cupboards under. Cupboard housing washing machine. Space for fridge/freezer. Tiled floor. Recessed spotlighting. Radiator with thermostat. Power points with charging point. New uPVC double glazed door to garden.
10'10 x 10'5 (3.35m x 3.20m). Brick chimney arch. Window light. Damp proofed floor. Gas meter.
West facing long garden. Part covered passage way, 16'10 (5.18m), with paving.
Approximately 80' (24.38m) depth, with gardens surrounding and view to Grange Road. Paved seating patio. Stepping stones access a lawned garden through arbor and hedge to both sides with flower and shrub borders to both sides. Outside water tap. Trellis leads to original vegetable plot with paved pathway to timber shed 10' x 5'9 (3.05m x 1.80m) with power and light. Hanging vine.
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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