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Guide Price £680,000
Church Lane, Ripe, East Sussex
Branch: Lewes 64 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XG. 01273 474101 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Part Exchange Available subject to terms and conditions
- Timber bi-fold and french doors to match windows
- Wiring for Satellite and Cable TV
- Outstanding Rural Views
- Wireless Alarm System
- Garage and Parking
- High Specification Kitchen with Bosch Appliances
- Landscaped Gardens and Grounds
- Underfloor Ground Floor Heating
- Downstairs Cloakroom & Separate Utility Room
Part exchange is available subject to terms and conditions.
This four bedroom detached property offers spacious accommodation along with a garage and off-road parking.
Ripe is a charming picturesque village with its own thirteenth century parish church, nursery, Post Office and village store. Ripe enjoys an active social calendar with events such as the Summer Flower Show in July and the monthly transformation of the village store into a pop-up pub, providing a real sense of community.
Please contact Rowland Gorringe on 01273 474101 to book your viewing appointment
A superior detached 4 bedroom house of exacting build, design and craftmanship, that is now ready for immediate occupation. Offering capacious and adaptable accommodation, adjoining open farmland yet within immediate level waling distance of the thriving village store. The beautiful East Sussex village Ripe, so conveniently located for the county town of Lewes , the seaside town of Seaford, as well as nearby Heathfield and Uckfield. One of six newly built properties with two sold and inhabited already, Carriage Mews offers the most fabulous of modern day living within the very heart of village life. Viewing appointments are unhesitatingly recommended.
Once owned by King Harold, Ripe is a village from a bygone era, secluded between the A27 Eastbourne-Brighton and Hailsham to Lewes roads . Located on the flat lands north of the Downs, Ripe enjoys wonderful views all around. It is a charmingly picturesque village, with its own thirteenth century parish church, post office and village store. Indeed, Ripe enjoys an active social calendar with events such as the July summer flower show and the monthly transformation of the village store into a pop up pub, providing a real sense of community. Ripe has its own nursery school, with primary schools at nearby Laughton and Park Mead. Secondary options include Lewes Priory and South Downs College, with private schooling available at Lewes Old Grammar, Bedes School and Eastbourne College.
Perfectly located for outdoor adventures and culture seekers, this historic village, is a great place to call home. Step out among the rolling acres of the South Downs National Park or enjoy the coastal pleasures of the Seven Sisters Country Park. The internationally acclaimed Glyndebourne Opera House is just 6 miles away, while the nearby Breaky Bottom Vineyard with its award winning English sparkling wine is a unique venue in which to entertain friends and guests.
The historic county town of Lewes, is just 7 miles away and provides the usual array of major supermarkets and stores, yet also offers a charming range of independent cafes, restaurants, stylish shops and cinema. Lewes train station also provides frequent ail connections to Victoria.
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