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Guide Price £1,150,000
Southover High Street, Lewes, East Sussex
Branch: Lewes 64 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XG. 01273 474101 firstname.lastname@example.org
- A SUBSTANTIAL GRADE II LISTED TOWN HOUSE
- IN FAVOURED SOUTHOVER
- 5/6 BEDROOMS
- LIGHT & SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION
- IMMENSE CELLARAGE WITH VAST POTENTIAL
- GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
- GAS FIRED AGA
- PRIVATE COURTYARD GARDEN & ROOF TERRACE
- ALL MAIN SERVICES
- LEWES DISTRICT COUNCIL TAX BAND G
A substantial Grade II Listed double fronted mid-terraced town house of immense charm and character in sought after Southover. Affording 5/6 bedrooms, this delightful home dating back to the early 1800s currently offers light and well proportioned accommodation over three floors. There is extensive Cellarage with vast potential to create sub-terranean living accommodation subject to the requite approvals being obtained. For an appointment to view, please contact our Lewes Office.
A substantial Grade II Listed double fronted mid-terraced town house of immense charm and character in sought after Southover. Affording 5/6 bedrooms, this delightful Georgian home currently offers light and well proportioned accommodation over three floors.
Dating back to the early 1800s, this much loved family home has been well maintained by the present owners. Built originally as two dwellings and now as one, the property was further enhanced by a rear L-shaped extension in the 1970s. This created a large Kitchen/Dining area and Utility Room, which also facilitated the fashioning of a charming enclosed courtyard accessed from both the Kitchen and Music Room.
The accommodation comprises solid wood panelled Front Door into Entrance Vestibule with half-glazed door into Reception Hall with aged Oak parquet flooring, deep under stairs open storage area, wood panelled wall to one side; dual aspect Music Room with feature open fireplace, aged Oak parquet flooring, original sash window, fitted shelving to either side of fireplace, fitted cupboard, half glazed door to courtyard; Sitting Room with open fireplace with slate hearth, tiled surround and inset wood burner, fitted shelving; well fitted Kitchen with shaker-style wall and floor units with wood-effect work surface over, integrated electric oven with gas hob over, integrated extractor fan, integrated under counter fridge, gas fired Aga (also supplying hot water and radiators to Kitchen), door to walk-in Pantry with fitted worktop; door to Cellar housing hot water cylinder, gas fired boiler, meters and coal chute; Breakfast area with half glazed door to courtyard; Utility Room with wood-effect worktop and inset sink with double drainer, under counter space for washing machine, fridge and freezer, free-standing space for large fridge/freezer, walk-in storage cupboard; Cloakroom with low level WC, wall mounted hand wash basin.
Agents Note: The extensive cellarage is formed of three areas offering vast potential to create sub-terranean living accommodation such as home cinema, media room etc, subject to the requisite approvals being granted.
Staircase from Reception Hall to First Floor landing with stripped and painted floorboards throughout, storage cupboard; double aspect Principal Bedroom with feature fireplace and cast iron grate, original sash windows and fitted wooden shutters; Dressing Room area/Bedroom 6 with fitted cupboards with shelves over, fitted wardrobes (original door to landing still in situ and easily re-instated); Bedroom 2 with feature open fireplace and cast iron grate, original sash window with wooden shutters; Family Bathroom with panelled walls, panelled bath, separate integrated shower unit , vanity unit with inset hand wash basin, large airing cupboard with hot water tank serving both Bathrooms.
Second floor Landing with stripped and painted floorboards throughout; Bedroom 3 with original sash window; Bedroom 4 with open fireplace and tiled surround, fitted shelving to alcoves, fitted wardrobe, original sash window; Bedroom 5/Office with feature open fireplace, panelled wall, fitted cupboard, fitted shelving, original sash window with views to Cuilfail and Lewes Golf Club; Reading Room with access to insulated loft space; Bathroom 2 with panelled bath and shower attachment, wall mounted wash hand basin, low level WC, tiled floor, original sash window.
All main services. Gas fired central heating serving panel radiators throughout. Original sash windows throughout. Lewes District Council Tax Band G.
Outside: There is a charming, enclosed brick paved Courtyard linking both the Music Room and the Kitchen with a brick built shed and water tap. Wooden steps lead up onto a roof terrace with privacy trellis intertwined with wisteria with fabulous views to the Castle and Downs.
7 Southover High Street is situated on one of the most historic and attractive streets in Lewes, a short walk from the town centre and main line railway station (London - Victoria in just over the hour). Southover Grange with its beautiful public gardens is very close by.
Lewes is a thriving county town, situated within the South Downs National Park. The town has a good range of independent shops, the renown Depot cinema, three major supermarkets, a comprehensive range of cafes and restaurants, and schooling for all ages. The internationally renowned Glyndebourne Opera House is situated on the edge of Ringmer, about 3 miles distant.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.