A three bedroom semi detached house located in the popular South Way area of Nevil. The house backs directly onto the downs and has a large rear garden extending to just under 100ft. The accommodation is arranged as three bedrooms, family bathroom, two good sized reception rooms and a kitchen. There is room to extend the property (subject to the necessary consents) and the views across Lewes from the front of the property are impressive, as it occupies an elevated position.
A three bedroom semi detached house located in the popular South Way area of Nevil. The house backs directly onto the downs and has a large rear garden extending to just under 100ft. The accommodation is arranged as three bedrooms, family bathroom, two good sized reception rooms and a kitchen. There is room to extend the property (subject to the necessary consents) and the views across Lewes from the front of the property are impressive, as it occupies an elevated position.Front Entrance
- Canopied entrance porch with full height glazed front door to entrance hall.Entrance Hall
- Stairs rising to first floor with doors to either side leading to the reception rooms.Lounge
- Double aspect lounge with window to the front, sliding patio doors to the rear. Inset gas fire set in a stone hearth with shelving extending to either side, wall lights and a central ceiling pendant light.Kitchen
- Fitted with a range of base and wall units with a worksurface extending to incorporate a stainless-steel sin unit with mixer tap over, tiled splashbacks, central fluorescent light, wall mounted Worcester gas fired boiler for central heating, deep understairs storage cupboard and a door to the dining room.Dining Room
- Part panelling to the walls, window to the front overlooking the front garden and beyond, central ceiling light.First Floor Landing
- Stairs to spacious first floor landing with hatch access to the loft space and a window to the rear.Bedroom One
- Two windows to the front offering superb distant views across Lewes town and the Downs, recess for wardrobe and a built in cupboard with hanging rail.Bedroom Two
- Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder with slatted shelving over, window to the front of the property offering superb views across the town, further recessed wardrobe with hanging space.Bedroom Three
- Window overlooking the rear garden and Downs beyond.Bathroom
- Fitted with a white suite comprising of a panelled bath with shower over, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and fully tiled walls.Rear Garden
- The rear garden extends to just under 100ft and is fully enclosed with wooden panelled fencing. The garden adjoins the Downs, mature hedging to either side, side access around the property and a brick built shed with corrugated roof. The lawned garden leads round the side of the property.Front Garden
- A path with a few steps with metal hand rail leads up to the front door. The garden is arranged a lawn with mature shrubs and hedging.
Lewes is a unique shopping and leisure destination, offering a wide range of local shops and independent boutiques. Dining out in Lewes is a pleasure, from the gastronomic delights on offer at the Pelham House Hotel and Jolly Sportsman in nearby East Chiltington, to the wide range of gastro pubs, many of which support the resident Harveys Brewery. Visit the farmers market on the first Saturday of every month to pick up some delicious local fare. Pop into Bills for a cuppa or something more substantial from the mouth-watering menu. Have a pint of Harveys, the local brew, and take in some music in one of the many friendly pubs in the area.
Lewes has an active sporting hub, with a Leisure Centre, Swimming Pool and Running Track. Both Lewes Rugby and Football Clubs are well established, with significant facilities. Easy access is afforded to the Leisure facilities of Brighton Marina, within 10 miles, which is the largest man-made marina in Europe, and also hosts a multiplex cinema.
Schooling in Lewes is exceptional and there are a range of well-regarded private and public schools, to include the famous Lewes Old Grammar School which can trace its origins back to the educational foundation started by Agnes Morley during the reign of Henry VIII.