3 Bed - Bungalow - For SaleBack to property listings
Guide Price £1,000,000
The Street, Kingston, Lewes, East Sussex
Branch: Lewes 64 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XG. 01273 474101 email@example.com
- GRADE II LISTED BARN
- THREE BEDROOMS
- IN FAVOURED KINGSTON VILLAGE
- ALL MAINS SERVICES
- GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
- DOUBLE GLAZING THROUGHOUT
- DOUBLE GARAGE
- LEWES DISTRICT COUNCIL TAX BAND G
- EPC RATING E
- SOUTH FACING GARDEN AND MEADOW
A highly individual Grade II Listed three bedroom Barn rebuilt in the 1980s to a high specification, fusing period charm with the convenience of modern day living. Quietly situated in the heart of favoured Kingston village, this property comes with a double garage, two off-street parking spaces and a good-sized south facing meadow. For an appointment to view please contact our Lewes office.
A highly individual Grade II Listed three bedroom Barn rebuilt in the 1980s to a high specification, fusing period charm with the convenience of modern day living. Quietly situated in the heart of favoured Kingston village, this property comes with a double garage, two off-street parking spaces and a good-sized south facing meadow.
The accommodation comprises covered Entrance Porch with part-glazed front door; Reception Hall with deep cloaks cupboard, vaulted ceiling, skylight, tiled floor; Cloakroom with low level WC, vanity with inset hand wash basin. Door from Reception Hall into split-level through Sitting/Dining Room with vaulted ceiling, feature brick inglenook fireplace with inset wood burner, engineered oak floor, open engineered oak staircase to Mezzanine floor; fitted Kitchen with handcrafted wall and base units with green slate worktop, undercounter space and plumbing for dishwasher, integrated electric oven, combination induction and electric hob with extractor fan over, Butler sink, door to outside, tiled walls, tiled floor; Utility Room with fitted base units, sink, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for freestanding fridge/freezer. The Mezzanine level, presently a valuable workspace, leads to the loft area currently dressed as an informal double bedroom with further storage space beyond.
The South Wing, to the other side of the Reception Hall, comprises a long corridor with access to the insulated and part boarded loft space, cupboard housing Vaillant Ecotec gas fired boiler and further deep storage cupboard; Principal Bedroom with door to outside and en suite Shower Room with walk-in fully tiled cubicle with electric shower over, vanity unit with inset hand wash basin, low level WC, heated towel rail, half tiled walls, tiled floor; double Bedroom 2 with deep fitted double wardrobe; Family Bathroom with panel bath and shower over, vanity unit with inset hand wash basin, fitted wall cabinets, low level WC, tiled floor; double Bedroom 3 with fitted cupboard.
All mains services. Gas fired central heating serving panel radiators throughout. Double Glazing throughout. Council Tax Band G.
Outside: The property is approached via a shared concrete drive which leads onto a private shingle driveway with parking for two vehicles. To the front of the property in an area laid to lawn enclosed by picket fencing with a flint wall to one side of the driveway and a larger raised lawned area to the other; double Garage with up and over door, light and power. To the South of the property steps lead up onto a flint wall enclosed lawn with access into a good-sized meadow.
Kingston village is conveniently situated approximately two miles distant from the neighbouring county town of Lewes and is found at the the foothills of the South Downs National Park. Within the village there is a well attended primary school and the popular village public house (The Juggs) offering cooked meals and an attractive beer garden for the summer months, and community playground on the adjacent green . Also nearby on the C7 road there is a Garden Centre for those essential gardening supplies. The village church (St Pancras) is accessed via The Street with the village tennis courts, outdoor gym, sports pitches and community pavilion also within immediate walking distance. The historic county town of 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 is about 10 miles distant also offering mainline railway station and ferry services to Dieppe.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.