A beautifully presented town house with an attractive south facing lawned garden and double garage.

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31 Cluny Street has been stylishly improved and refurbished by the current owners and provides well-arranged and bright accommodation over two floors. The panelled front door leads through into the welcoming entrance hall, from which glazed double doors lead into the well-proportioned sitting room which is a lovely room with bay window, attractive fireplace with wood burning stove and built-in book shelving to either side. Beyond the sitting room is the well-fitted 21'6" kitchen/dining room which has a lovely outlook over the garden and is fitted to one end with an extensive range of white fronted units and includes a hob, oven and integrated dishwasher. Adjacent to the dining area glazed doors give direct access to the garden. A cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.

Arranged over the first floor is a generous principal suite comprising bedroom and well-appointed shower room, a guest bedroom, a further bedroom and a family bathroom, together with a fourth bedroom/study. Other features within the house include wood laminate flooring throughout the ground floor, a bay window in the principal bedroom, some window shutters, sun pipes in both the family bathroom and ensuite shower room which are flooded with natural light. From the principal bedroom and sitting room there is a lovely outlook towards a picturesque converted malthouse.

Outside

Bordering the front and side of the house are two well-stocked and colourful beds. The charming part-walled southerly facing rear garden provides an ideal space for al fresco dining. Immediately adjacent to the house is a paved seating area, from which a wooden arbour leads through to the lawned garden which is bordered by two beds and includes an apple tree. To one corner of the garden is a timber garden store, a short distance from which is a further low level garden store.

A pedestrian gate from the garden gives access to the side of the house from which a shared driveway leads down to the property’s double garage which is located within a block lying adjacent to the end of the garden.

Located on the opposite side of Cluny Street are two areas of attractively landscaped communal grounds.

Situation

31 Cluny Street lies in a central and highly convenient position within the historic Southover district of Lewes and is within the Lewes Conservation Area. The property is conveniently placed, being only 0.4 mile from Lewes station.

Lewes lies within the South Downs National Park and the town provides an excellent range of individual shops and restaurants, together with many cultural and recreational facilities including the independent Depot Cinema. Lying a short distance to the south of the property is The Priory Ruins Park. The mainline railway station has frequent services to London Victoria in about 68 minutes.

Directions

From Lewes Station proceed along Station Road in a southerly direction and at the mini roundabout, turn right into Priory Street. At the next mini roundabout proceed straight across into Southover High Street, passing the church on the left. Take the next left into Cockshut Road and then the first right into Cluny Street where the property will be found on the left.

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Other features

  • Entrance hall
  • 19’6" Sitting room
  • 21'6" Kitchen/dining room
  • Cloakroom
  • Principal suite comprising bedroom and shower room
  • Two further bedrooms
  • Bedroom 4/study
  • Family bathroom
  • Attractively landscaped part-walled garden
  • Garaging for two cars
  • EPC rating C

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Ref: LEW190188

Cluny Street Lewes East Sussex BN7

Guide Price
£675,000

Ref: LEW190188

Cluny Street Lewes East Sussex BN7

Guide Price
£675,000