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Guide Price £800,000
Keere Street, Lewes, East Sussex
Branch: Lewes 64 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XG. 01273 474101 email@example.com
- GRADE II LISTED SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE
- 3 BEDROOMS
- COMPLETELY RENOVATED IN 2020
- PERIOD FEATURES THROUGHOUT
- BUILT IN 1640
- REAR GARDEN WITH JAPANESE TEA HOUSE
- ORIGINAL BRICK BUILT OUTDOOR WC
- SITUATED ON THE ICONIC KEERE STREET
- CLOSE TO TOWN'S AMENITIES
- LEWES DISTRICT COUNCIL TAX BAND E
Built in 1640, this charming three bedroom semi-detached Grade II Listed house boasts a captivating blend of timeless period features and sympathetic modernisation over four floors. Situated on the iconic Keere Street, the property offers a delightful secluded rear garden with a spacious Japanese Tea House with far reaching views to the South Downs.
Built in 1640, this charming three bedroom semi-detached Grade II Listed house boasts a captivating blend of timeless period features and sympathetic modernisation over four floors. Situated on the iconic Keere Street, the property offers a delightful secluded rear garden with far reaching views to the South Downs.
The accommodation comprises solid wood Front Door into Sitting Room with a feature open Fireplace, fitted cupboard, sash window over Keere Street, wealth of exposed beams, pine wood floorboards; dual aspect Dining Room with fitted British sycamore shelves, glass pane door leading to the garden, concrete flooring; bespoke Kitchen with hand beaten brass sink inset into solid British sycamore wood worksurfaces with fitted cupboards under, fitted shelves, integrated dishwasher, integrated washing machine, integrated fridge/freezer, free standing electric Cooker, two skylights, concrete floor. Lower Ground Floor Cellar dating back to 1500's with flint walls made up of stones taken from the Lewes Priory, window fitted to the old coal shute, space for free standing freezer, light and power, concrete floor. First Floor Principle Bedroom with Georgian chimney breast with feature Victorian cast-iron fireplace, fitted wardrobes to either side of the chimney breast, sash window overlooking Keere Street; Bedroom 3 with window over the rear garden; dual aspect Family Bathroom with roll top copper bateau bathtub with shower over, wall mounted hand wash basin, low level WC, fitted British sycamore wooden shelf, Worcester Bosch Boiler concealed in the wall, wooden floorboards. Second Floor dual aspect Bedroom 2 with picturesque views to the Southerly aspect over the garden to the old Town wall and Easterly aspects across the townscape to the South Downs beyond, vaulted ceiling with exposed blackened beams, dormer recess, bare elm floorboards.
All main services. Gas fired central heating serving reclaimed cast iron radiators throughout. Gas Fired Boiler found at first floor level. Atmospheric Atelier Ellis natural paints used throughout. Lewes District Council Tax Band E.
Agents Note: In 2020 the property underwent extensive works including but not exclusive to a complete rewire; replumbing with copper pipes; chimney stack rebuilt and rendered; windows replaced throughout; re-roofing with hung peg tiles, and replastering throughout. The current owners hold guarantees for all of these works carried out.
Outside: The delightful and secluded rear garden is terraced with brick and stone paved steps leading up to an enchanting sun terrace with far reaching views and well stocked borders of Artichoke Thistle, Jasmine, Roses, Poppies, Rosemary, Mint, Chives and a mature Medlar Tree. Further steps up to a spacious timber framed outbuilding built in the 1970s in the style of a Japanese Tea House with electric light and power. To the side of the property is a side access gate onto Keere Street with ample space for bin storage and original outside brick built WC in working order (listed).
Keere Street is a steep cobbled twitten that drops sharply from the High Street towards Southover, and is the most photographed street in Lewes. It is primarily for pedestrian use with vehicular access only for loading/unloading. The property is conveniently situated within a very short walk of Grange Gardens and Lewes Mainline Railway Station with services to London Victoria in just over the hour. Parking can be found in Grange Road at the bottom, or Westgate Street car park at the top. The historic county town of Lewes offers many individual specialist shops along with three major supermarkets, the acclaimed Depot cinema and schooling for all ages. The universities of Brighton & Sussex are approximately 6 and 9 miles respectively, Glyndebourne Opera House is approximately 4 miles distant on the edge of Ringmer.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.