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An inspiring and beautifully presented semi-detached four bedroom period home that once formed two cottages. This skilful conversion has created fabulous accommodation that has been lavishly modernised, all without compromising the abundant charm, as displayed in the inglenook fireplace, beamed ceilings and former window frame that is believed to date from the 15th century. Apply Lewes 01273 474101.
An inspiring and beautifully presented semi-detached four bedroom period home that once formed two cottages. This skilful conversion has created fabulous accommodation that has been lavishly modernised, all without compromising the abundant charm, as displayed in the inglenook fireplace with original bread oven, beamed ceilings and original oak frame that is believed to date from the 15th century. 1&2 Ebenezer Cottages has been the subject of considerable refurbishment by the present owners who have introduced the following during their tenure:-
The former kitchen and dining rooms have been have been adapted as one, this by the removal of the dividing wall, thus creating a versatile family living space that is bright and airy with a charming dual aspect over the front and rear gardens. The aspect to the east has been enhanced by removal of the original front door, this replaced with a double-glazed window to further enhance and embrace the light and airy mood. As shown in our photography, the bespoke handmade kitchen is a feature of unrelenting quality and must be seen at first hand, to begin to be appreciated.The open fire within the inglenook has been reinstated, with a bespoke new hood to aid the draw of any open fire. Found within the entrance hall is a new limestone floor. The drawing room has also seen the fireplace renovated with a new wood burner installed and along with hand built-in shelves, these commissioned specifically for books and vinyl collection. Both of the bathrooms have been reworked and newly fitted, whilst the majority of the property has been redecorated in the last year. The heritage style oak garage benefits from workshop, woodstore and a cosy and versatile sound-proofed studio - currently used as a music room but which could easily form a quiet office space.
Agents note: Please be informed that there is a flying freehold with the neighbouring property
Outside: The landscaped and lovingly tended gardens extend to approximately 1/5th of an acre. A gravel driveway with mature front and side gardens with flower beds and fruit trees, as well as raised vegetable beds to the side. The neighbouring grazing land, bordered by post and rail fencing offers very attractive views. Located at the end of the driveway is a detached Oak framed Sussex style garage/ workshop, studio and log store. There is an attached boiler room to north gable end of the house.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.