3 Bed - House - Semi-Detached - SSTCBack to property listings
Guide Price £800,000
Kingston Road, Lewes, East Sussex
Branch: Lewes 64 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XG. 01273 474101 email@example.com
- THREE BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE HOUSE
- ECOLOGICALLY CONSIDERATE ARCHITECT DESIGNED HOME
- BUILT IN 2020
- SET IN THE HEART OF THE SOUTH DOWNS
- FAR REACHING VIEWS OF THE ROLLING COUNTRYSIDE
- EPC RATING A
- EXTENSIVE SOLAR PANELLING
- HITACHI AIR SOURCE HEAT PUMP
- TWO OFF-ROAD PARKING SPACES
- SINGLE GARAGE
A home to aspire to, is this ecologically considerate architect designed semi-detached house, built just three summers ago to exacting specifications and superior build quality. Set in the very heart of the South Downs National Park, the property enjoys an immediate aspect and far reaching views over the surrounding countryside and farmland, in an area designated as being of outstanding natural beauty. It is here that tranquillity and serenity abound. To view, please call Rowland Gorringe Lewes.
A home to aspire to, is this ecologically considerate architect designed semi-detached house, built just three summers ago to exacting specifications and superior build quality. Set in the very heart of the South Downs National Park, the property benefits from an immediate aspect and far reaching views over the surrounding countryside and farmland, in an area designated as being of outstanding natural beauty. It is here that tranquillity and serenity abound.
Levetts is of timber framed construction, with brick built elevations with stone and flint relief, all under a pitched tiled roof. As the A rated energy performance implies, this is a home with a conscience and one that performs so very well, with low tariff electricity costs courtesy of the extensive solar panelling. The underfloor heating has a low carbon footprint with Hitachi air source heat pump serving both the ground and first floor accommodation. The three bedrooms (principal en-suite) and the family bathroom are at ground floor level. An easy rising stairwell with light oak balustrade to complement the oak engineered flooring leads to the first floor living accommodation with immediate aspect over the landscaped garden and downland beyond. At first floor level there is an innovative fitted Rotpunkt Kitchen, with induction hob with feature integral extraction cylinder, integrated refrigerator and freezer and plumbing for washing machine. The kitchen leads to a day room and in turn an enclosed sitting room. Trap hatch to loft.
The beautifully landscaped garden is a true feature, accessed at first floor level by a bespoke fitted elevated 'walkway', predominantly laid to lawn, enclosed by post and rail fencing. With feature sun terrace with timber decked base, enclosed by oak sleepers, this is an ideal area to socialise and eat al fresco. At ground floor level there is a single garage found within a block of three, with electric light and power. Secure defined parking for as many as three vehicles.
Spring Barn Farm is found set back from the Kingston Road in the foothills of rolling countryside that forms part of the 'South Downs Way'. Found in the parish of Kingston, the village is conveniently situated approximately one mile distant. The well attended Iford & Kingston C of E primary school is easily accessible along with the local public house offering cooked meals and an attractive beer garden for the summer months. Close by is the popular Garden Centre for those essential gardening supplies. The village church is found approximately 1.25 miles away in 'The Street' with the village tennis courts also within cycling distance. The historic county town of Lewes can be accessed on foot or bicycle via the defined foot/cycle path. Lewes offers schooling for all ages, major supermarkets, many small independent and specialist shops, recreation facilities and a mainline railway station with services to London Victoria (just over the hour). The Universities of Brighton & Sussex are approximately 4 miles distant. Glyndebourne Opera House is approximately 6 miles distant. The town of Newhaven, about 7 miles distant, offers ferry services to Dieppe and a mainline railway station.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.