A beautifully presented and deceptively spacious town house situated in a peaceful, yet highly central location.
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This beautifully appointed contemporary property offers deceptively spacious and flexible accommodation over three floors. The house has been designed so that it is ideally arranged for those wanting to work from home and have a property that is suitable as both a home and a work environment. Features of note include engineered wood floors, window shutters and underfloor heating.
The stylish front door opens to a generous entrance hall, approached from which is the home office/bedroom 2 which is light and welcoming and is adjacent to a neutrally decorated cloakroom. The turned staircase with book shelving over rises to the first floor where there are two well-presented bedrooms and a family bathroom, again with neutral décor. The second floor features a sizeable partly vaulted kitchen/dining room/sitting room which is flooded with natural light from the double doors with Juliet balcony and plentiful windows.
The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of gloss white cabinets, integrated appliances and a dining area, coupled with space for a large sofa and makes this the ideal social hub of the house. The adjoining bedroom 4/snug is a comfortable room and has extensive built-in book shelving. From the second floor there are wonderful far reaching views over the rooftops with the South Downs beyond.
Tenure 49 St. Nicholas Lane is leasehold. The term of the lease is 125 years from 15th August 2008.
Service Charge There is an annual service charge which includes exterior repairs and buildings insurance. We are informed that the service charge for 2020 is £2,148.00.
The house has access to communal roof terraces, from which there are spectacular views over the town and open countryside beyond. The terrace can be approached by a communal lift and is decked and paved, offering an ideal space for al fresco dining or relaxing whilst enjoying the spectacular views. There is also a communal bin/recycling store and bike store.
The property is conveniently located being just moments away from the heart of Lewes, a traditional market town in East Sussex. This vibrant and historic county town forms part of the South Downs National Park and provides an excellent range of individual shops, restaurants and recreational facilities. The coastal, business and entertainment city of Brighton & Hove is some 8.5 miles distant. Historic landmarks nearby include Lewes Castle, Southover Grange Gardens, Bull House and Glyndebourne Opera House. Locally, there are golf clubs, sports and leisure centres and the beautiful Sussex Downs to explore.
The A27 lies a short distance to the south of Lewes and provides fast access to the A23/M23, Gatwick Airport and the national motorway network. For those needing access to London, Lewes Station is within 0.2 of a mile of the property, providing a service to London Victoria in approximately 68 minutes.
Travelling up Lewes High Street upon reaching the war memorial, bear left and St. Nicholas Lane will be found on the left, shortly before the traffic lights. Proceed down St. Nicholas Lane and number 49 will be found after a short distance on the left.Read all
- Entrance hall
- Superb open plan kitchen/dining room/sitting room
- 3/4 bedrooms
- Home office/bedroom 4
- Large communal roof terraces
- Communal bin/recycling store
- Communal bike store
- EPC rating C
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