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Guide Price £700,000
Montacute Road, Lewes, East Sussex
Branch: Lewes 64 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XG. 01273 474101 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Detached House
- Four Bedrooms
- Spacious Sitting/Dining Room
- Second Reception Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast and Utility
- Integral Single Garage
- Off-Road Parking
- Good-sized Garden
- En-Suite to Master Bedroom
This is a large detached 4-5 bedroom house on two floors (190 approx square metres = over 2000 square feet) with two bathrooms, a downstairs WC/cloakroom, 2-3 reception rooms, kitchen-diner, utility room and integral garage, off-road parking and attractive views towards Kingston Windmill. NO ONWARD CHAIN. Apply Lewes 01273 474101
This is a large detached 4-5 bedroom house on two floors (190 approx square metres = over 2000 square feet) with two bathrooms, a downstairs WC/cloakroom, 2-3 reception rooms, kitchen-diner, utility room and integral garage. It has spacious rooms and generously proportioned circulation, there is ample built-in storage, with further storage potential in integral garage, partially boarded loft and garden stores. It combines easy pedestrian, vehicle and public transport access to all Lewes town amenities, (including schools, hospital, college, transport, shops, theatre, cinema, restaurants, pubs, fast broadband etc.) with the generous indoor and outdoor space (and light) normally associated only with more rural locations. No onward chain.
This is a handsome modern house built in a New England Style (Architect-designed) constructed in 2006 (by prestigious developer Chalvington Barns) to very high national standards (NHBC), with high specification finishes (including ceramic flooring, real oak flooring, oak finishes internally, and timber doors and windows). It is a modern, stylish, robust, low-maintenance interpretation of traditional Sussex weatherboarding-and-brick. The house is well-insulated and energy efficient (EPC rating B), fully double glazed, and generates electricity and an income from solar panels. It benefits from Gas-fired boiler providing hot water and central heating, with panel radiators and water-heated towel rails. It also has supplementary electric heaters in bathrooms (and supplementary immersion heater for hot water). It also features a wood burning stove in the Sitting Room.
The house has stunning views of the Downs from all but one of the habitable rooms and from the garden. This is due to the South-Easterly aspect of the rear of the house, which also makes those rooms very light and bright (Three rooms have a dual aspect). The house is surrounded by a good-sized garden (90 metres long approx with an area of quarter of an acre/0.1 Hectare approx.). The garden has Indian stone paved paths and patios, extensive lawns, flower beds, perennial herbs, fruit bushes, a mature grape vine, boundary hedging, olive tree saplings and other sapling and mature trees including several fruit trees. The house has generous parking provision (a 3-car [minimum] driveway plus integral garage as well as the possibility of limited free on-street parking). The house has direct garden access to a bridleway/footpath leading into town and up to popular, scenic South Downs walking routes.
The house is conveniently located to give easy access to alternative transport. 1 mile approx. from mainline railway station (with frequent trains reaching London in a little over 1 hour). 200 yards from bus stops (with frequent buses reaching Brighton in under half an hour and to other locations via Lewes town centre). Lewes High Street is approximately three quarters of a mile away, as is Southover High Street and Kingston Village. The house is situated on the South West side of Lewes (near the road to Brighton and the University of Sussex) in a cul-de-sac at the end of a leafy street which features 45 individually-designed detached houses (mostly 20th Century).
The street has good online connectivity (e.g. Virgin fibre broadband with advertised speeds of 362 MB/s October 2018)
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.