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Town living to aspire to is found with this utterly charming Victorian cottage that offers the most beautifully presented accommodation over ground, lower ground, first and second floors. Set at the western end of the High Street within walking distance of the Downland Countryside accessed via the neighbouring 'Gallops', this delightful two bedroom home is presented in superior order throughout. Apply Lewes 01273 474101 for a viewing appointment that is fully compliant with the COVID-19 Regulations as outlined by the Ministry of Housing.
Town living to aspire to is found with this utterly charming Victorian cottage that offers the most beautifully presented accommodation over ground, lower ground, first and second floors. Set at the western end of the High Street within walking distance of the Downland Countryside accessed via the neighbouring 'Gallops', this delightful two bedroom home is presented in superior order throughout. With the period features fully enhanced and complemented by light and bright decor, the present owners have fastidiously refurbished their home with great care and attention to detail. Works undertaken include engineered oak flooring to the ground floor; solid timber shaker kitchen fitted with marble finish work surface; built-in utilities cupboard; bespoke panelling and joinery to the lower ground floor; Herringbone natural stone tiles fitting in fireplace; solid oiled floor boards installed to first floor; free standing bath with bespoke window shutters and half-height panelling fitted in the bathroom; NEST (smart thermostat) installed; bespoke blackout and privacy blinds installed in Master Bedroom. All main services. South facing Courtyard garden.
Spital Road is a well considered and convenient residential road that runs parallel with the High Street and leads to Western Road. Lewes is affectionately described as a small town with a big heart. Historians believe the name derives from the Old English ‘hlaews’ (‘hills’ or ‘mounds’) as Lewes is built into the slopes either side of the Ouse Valley. It was here that Simon de Montfort fought the Battle of Lewes against the King and where Tom Paine, author of ‘The Rights of Man’ once lived. Lewes has long been known for its spirit of independence and the inhabitants are proud of its significant history stretching back to Saxon times. There are lots of things to do in and around the county town, and a great place to shop with so many independent, antique and quirky shops. It is also the perfect place to stop for a bite to eat or a drink in one of the eclectic number of pubs. Lewes also boasts a working brewery situated in the heart of the community on the banks of the Ouse. Commuters abound with mainline railway station (London/Victoria just over the hour) found at the bottom of Station Street, which in turn leads off the High Street. There are three supermarkets, the acclaimed independent Depot cinema, leisure centre, tertiary college, along with well attended primary and senior schools. The Universities of Sussex and Brighton and the coast at Brighton are found 6 and 9 miles away respectively and the famous Glyndebourne Opera House is about 4 miles away on the outskirts of Ringmer. The Downs and local countryside are a paradise for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers. Lewes is situated just off the South Downs way and within the magnificent South Downs National Park.
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