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Viewings to start from Monday 3rd February.
A truly delightful two bedroom period cottage with a separate artist's studio/office nestled in the quaint village of Piddinghoe, which is adjacent the River Ouse. Offered with NO CHAIN. Call Lewes 01273 474101.
A truly delightful period cottage with a separate artist's studio/office nestled in the quaint village of Piddinghoe, which is adjacent the River Ouse. Offered with NO CHAIN the well presented accommodation comprises an entrance porch and sitting room with feature open fire, this room is open plan to the kitchen/diner with French doors opening onto the pretty courtyard garden. There is a downstairs bathroom fitted with a white suite and the first floor comprises two double bedrooms with a useful attic room with velux window and pull down ladder. The low maintenance courtyard garden has a covered side area with access gate to the front. A particular feature is the separate spacious studio room with sink and power/lighting- thought to be an ideal artisan's studio or office work space. Call Lewes 01273 474101.
The attractive riverside village of Piddinghoe lies approximately four miles distant from Seaford and just two miles to the north of Newhaven which offers two major supermarkets, leisure facilities including swimming pool and gym, attractive cliff top walks from Newhaven fort along to the coast of Brighton. The village itself has an active social calendar, village hall, tennis court, recreation space, and fishing and sailing on the pond nearby. The county town of Lewes is approximately seven miles distant and offers more comprehensive amenities along with individual specialist boutiques. Mainline railway station offers connections to London Victoria (just over the hour) and the ferry port at Newhaven offers services to Dieppe. The city of Brighton and the Universities of Sussex and Brighton are both about 10 miles distant, and the famous Glyndebourne Opera House is located on the outskirts of Ringmer.
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