2 Bed Apartment Sold STC
St. Swithuns Lane, Lewes, BN7
Guide Price £575,000 (Share of Freehold)
- £575,000 - £600,000 guide price
- FANTASTIC ROOF TERRACE
- STUNNING PANORAMIC VIEWS
- SITTING ROOM WITH WOODBURNING STOVE
- MODERN KITCHEN / DINING ROOM
- 2 BEDROOMS
- 2 MODERN BATHROOMS
- HIGH STREET LOCATION
- OFF STREET PARKING
- GRADE II LISTED
£575,000 - £600,000 guide price
We are proud to present this gorgeous Grade II* Listed High Street Apartment which boasts Stunning Panoramic Views, a generous South Facing Roof Terrace and Allocated Parking.
The property features a wealth of character with many original features, including high ceilings, sash windows, fireplaces and painted wood panelled walls in part.
The beautifully presented property comprises of a Sitting Room with woodburning stove and glorious views, a Modern Kitchen Diner which offers further space for a sofa and those stunning views. There are 2 modern Bathrooms, one of which is an EnSuite to the principal bedroom which enjoys views over historic Lewes High Street and the Second Bedroom/Study is located across the communal hall making the room ideal for someone working from home. The room is of a generous size and also boasts views over the High Street.
Approach – A discrete entrance on St Swithuns Lane opens to a lobby area with door with secure entry phone opening to communal hall with stairs rising to first floor.
Communal Entrance Hall – Beautiful window to side aspect flooding the communal hall with natural light. Stairs continue to Second Floor Flat. Lockable door to Bedroom 2/Study. Front Door to Flat 1.
Entrance Hall – Painted panelled doors to principal rooms. Wood floor.
Shower Room – Modern fitted shower room comprising of a shower enclosure with glass screen door. WC and wash hand basin. Modern tiled surrounds. Window to side.
Sitting Room – Measuring a generous 17’7 x 14’9. Bay window comprising of two sash windows and door with magnificent far reaching views over the Ouse Valley and South Downs, and opening to private Roof Terrace. Wood floors and painted wood panelled walls. Feature fireplace with woodburning stove inset.
Kitchen / Dining Room – Modern fitted kitchen finished in an off white with quartz worksurfaces and modern tiled splashbacks. Wood floors and painted panelled walls. Feature fireplace and fitted cupboards and shelves to chimney alcove. A pair of sash windows make the most of the stunning views. Door to’
Internal Hall – Fitted cupboard with double doors. panelled door to Bedroom 1.
Bedroom 1 – A superb double bedroom with a pair of almost floor to ceiling sash windows with views over historic Lewes High Street. Wood floors and Fitted Wardrobes. Panelled door to;
EnSuite Bathroom – A modern bathroom suite comprising of a bath, wash hand basin set onto a vanity unit and WC. Tiled walls and floor finished in a modern, light grey. Sash window to the front.
Terrace – A magnificent addition to the property is this superb roof terrace. The terrace is cleverly arranged into three areas providing a space for dining, entertaining and relaxing. The South facing terrace enjoys stunning panoramic views over the Ouse Valley and South Downs National Park
Off Street Parking – Gated allocated parking space access to the rear of the property and partially covered from above. Further space for external storage.
St Swithuns Lane is a seldom used, single file lane located directly off of Lewes High Street. The property is in a prime location for the Mainline Railway Station, Historic High Street and Grange Gardens.
Lewes High Street boasts an array of shops, restaurants, public houses, many antique shops and The Depot Cinema. Lewes Castle is a popular attraction as is the Anne of Cleves House in nearby Southover High Street.
Lewes Mainline Railway Station is just 0.3 miles away and offers direct services to London, Brighton and Eastbourne.
Lewes is home to many sports and leisure clubs and the oldest open air swimming pool in the UK.
Lewes is historic market town located within the South Downs National Park which provides excellent scenic walks and cycle rides over the Downs or alongside the River Ouse.
Tenure – Share of Freehold with apx 994 years remaining
Maintenance Charge – We are advised Flat 1 is responsible for 14.8% of the costs of any works to the building. There is an annual charge for buildings insurance and communal lighting which equates to approximately £1,000 per annum.
Gas central Heating – Grade II Listed
EPC Rating – Grade II* Listed
Council Tax Band – D
Council Tax Band: D
- Lewes - 0.19miles
- Cooksbridge - 2.31miles
- Glynde - 2.86miles
- Southease - Piddinghoe Road - 2.97miles
- Southease - 2.99miles