Full of character and period charm is this superbly presented three bedroom, two reception room Grade II Listed home thought to date back at its earliest to the 15th Century. Located in a sought after position along Southover High Street, close to 'Anne of Cleves House' and within walking distance of Lewes High Street, Grange Gardens and Train Station. Apply Lewes 01273 474101
Full of character and period charm is this superbly presented Grade II listed home thought to date back at its earliest to the 15th Century. Located in a sought after position along Southover High Street, close to 'Anne of Cleves House' and within walking distance of Lewes High Street and Train Station. This comfortable home comprises; on the ground floor a kitchen/breakfast room, hallway with door to rear garden, cloakroom, double aspect period sitting room with feature fireplace, utility/boot room with rear garden access and a lower ground floor spacious reception room offering versatile living space. The first floor includes a galleried landing, three bedrooms and bathroom. Period features include beamed ceilings and feature fireplaces. There is gas central heating and leaded windows. The charming walled rear garden is low maintenance with several shrubs and climbers along with the option to park a vehicle accessed from the Carriage Gates at the front of the property. Please call Lewes 01273 474101.
Situated within the popular Southover area of Lewes, the property is very near to Anne of Cleves House, Grange Gardens, Southdown Sports Club and Lewes mainline station (65 minutes to Victoria), of which all are within a few minutes walk. The historic county town of Lewes offers many individual specialist shops along with major supermarkets including Waitrose and Tesco and schooling for all ages. The universities of Brighton & Sussex are within 10 miles and Glyndebourne Opera House is approximately 4 mile distant. The popular Southover primary school is also conveniently situated within close proximity to the property.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.