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A semi detached three bedroom town house Grade II Listed, that is believed to have origins dating from circa 1640. The property is in need of complete refurbishment and updating throughout. The terraced rear garden is a true feature having a glorious aspect over the town towards Southover and beyond to the Downs. There is also a detached Studio/Hobbies room at the top of the garden that would be ideal as a home office/art studio. Apply Lewes 01273 474101
A semi detached town house Grade II Listed, that is believed to have origins dating from circa 1640. This when built upon what was known as 'copyhold' land below the former Lewes town wall, when it was Keere Hill. As it is today, Well House provides accommodation over four levels, from cellar to second floor bedroom. The property which has been in the present ownership for five decades has been extended and adapted over this time, however does require complete refurbishment and updating throughout. The terraced rear garden is a true feature having a glorious south facing aspect over the town towards Southover and beyond to the Downs. There is a side access for ease of maintenance and access to Keere Street, with steps leading to a Studio/Hobbies room that would be ideal as a home office/art studio. All mains services are connected to the property. Gas fired central heating serves panel radiators that are appointed throughout the accommodation.
Conveniently situated within a very short walk of Grange gardens and Lewes mainline railway station with services to London Victoria (just over the hour). The historic county town of Lewes offers many individual specialist shops along with major supermarkets including Waitrose and Tesco, three screen cinema, leisure centre and schooling for all ages. The universities of Brighton & Sussex are approximately 6 and 9 miles respectively, Glyndebourne Opera House is approximately 4 miles in distance.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.