3 Bed - House - Semi-Detached - For SaleBack to property listings
Guide Price £795,000
The Street, Rodmell, Lewes,
Branch: Lewes 64 High Street, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XG. 01273 474101 email@example.com
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
- DELIGHTFUL END OF TERRACE COTTAGE
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE LOCATION
- ENCHANTING SOUTH-WESTERLY FACING REAR GARDEN
- FAR REACHING ASPECT
- SECURE OFF-STREET PARKING
- GARDEN CHALET/HOME OFFICE
- ELECTRIC CENTRAL HEATING, SOLAR POWERED HOT WATER
- LEWES DISTRICT COUNCIL TAX BAND E
NO ONWARD CHAIN: For sale by private treaty and available for immediate occupation. Grade II Listed charm and period splendour abound in this glorious end of terrace cottage, ideally located within the ever popular and sought after downland village of Rodmell. Adjacent to open pasture and the surrounding countryside, and with the backdrop of the Downs on the horizon, the aspect from the ground and first floor must be seen at first hand to be fully appreciated. Please contact our Lewes Office for an appointment to view.
Grade II Listed charm and period splendour abound in this glorious end of terrace cottage, ideally located within the ever popular and sought after downland village of Rodmell. Adjacent to open pasture and the surrounding countryside, and with the backdrop of the downs on the horizon, the aspect from the ground and first floor must be seen at first hand to be fully appreciated.
For sale by private treaty and available for immediate occupation, as there is no onward chain.
The Old Poor House has history dating back to circa 1810, and the accommodation as found today would be far removed from its inception as one property. Indeed, the considerate and complete refurbishment of the cottage has included a complete rewire and phase three supply; installation of central heating and mains pressure hot water; the addition of a ground floor Cloakroom; fitting a bespoke Kitchen; laying an Oak floor; installing a Chesneys wood burning stove; constructing a Summer House with electricity supply, and landscaping the garden.
The accommodation, with approximate measurements as found on the accompanying floor plan, comprises Sitting Room with cast iron wood burner leading to Morning Room; Kitchen through to Dining Room; Reception Hall; Ground floor Cloakroom/Utility; three Double Bedrooms (Principle with en-suite Bathroom); Shower Room with WW; capacious roof void offering considerable potential and housing electric heating and hot water system.
Outside: The private rear garden is a true feature, as the present owner is an accomplished horticulturist, testimony to this is the established formal and cottage garden. Off road parking is provided by a brick paved hardstanding giving access to the front door as well as a side path to the rear. Further broad brick paved sun terrace with south westerly aspect, is adjacent to the Morning Room with tri-folding doors that are ideal for entertaining and when eating 'al fresco'. The garden gently ascends from the terrace with broad expanse of lawn flanked by established Bamboo to the southern elevation with broad raised border and water feature adjacent. The cottage garden, features raised vegetable beds, a fruit cage as well as specimen apple, plum & pear trees. Detached timber framed garden chalet, ideal as office space, artists studio or for recreational pursuits such as 'Pilates'. Detached timber garden shed/store.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are appointed to the property. Electric central heating system, also provides domestic hot water that is supplemented by a modest solar powered hot water unit. LPG propane gas bottles feed the range cooker (not included within the guide asking price). Lewes District Council Tax Band E.
Viewing appointments are by confirmed prior appointment with the sole selling agent, Rowland Gorringe Lewes Office.
Known locally for its thriving and supportive community spirit within the village of Rodmell, there is a popular public house and other attractions including Monks House (former home of Leonard and Virginia Woolf) and immediate access to country & riverside walks. The historic county town of Lewes is approximately 4 miles distant and offers an excellent range of amenities with its many individual shops and also major supermarkets including; Waitrose and Tesco, schooling for all ages and recreation facilities. Lewes mainline railway station offers services to London Victoria (just over the hour). The Universities of Brighton and Sussex are situated at Falmer approximately 6 miles distant and the famous Glyndebourne Opera House is on the outskirts of Ringmer. The port of Newhaven is approximately 4 miles distant and offers a regular ferry service to Dieppe, France
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.