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Western Road newly converted townhouse

INTERNAL VIEWINGS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST . The historic town of Lewes lies just 10 miles outside of Brighton and Hove in East Sussex; surrounded by the beautiful South Downs countryside. The cobbled streets, castle, brewery and thriving antiques and art scene have put Lewes on the map and are enjoyed by a vibrant and diverse community of all generations. This newly converted townhouse is one of four properties created within a 19th Century building to the north of the town centre. Its exterior therefore blends perfectly within its country surroundings, while inside has been modernised with a high-quality finish throughout. With three bedrooms and a generous open plan living room, there is ample space for families and professionals alike, and the local schools are exemplary. There are several popular parks and the countryside within easy walking distance, as well as many shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs, so this beautiful home is sure to be coveted by many!

style:
Terraced
bedrooms:
3
floor area:
2 bathrooms

outside:
1 spacious and open plan living room
location:
Lewes


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Price
£435,000
ID
rps_loc-BVP200034
Type
House
Sold
No
Contract
Sale
Status
Available
Location
Lewes
Home area
2 bathrooms
Beds
3

Why you'll like it...

Style: Newly converted townhouse Bedrooms: 3 double; 1 en suite Bathrooms: 2 Living rooms: 1 spacious and open plan Outside: brick patio with bike storage Location: Lewes Parking: car-free zone Why you’ll like it: Beautifully renovated in recent months, this striking townhouse has everything you need for the modern lifestyle. Perfectly positioned within the county town of Lewes, there is a wonderful balance between city and country life as the town is bustling while also sitting nestled into the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park. The transport links are excellent by train or car and there is plenty to entertain you nearby too. Lewes Lofts building bears all the characteristics of the 19th Century farmhouse with its deep gable and multi pane windows. Inside however, the decoration is crisp and modern due to white walls, engineered oak floors and contemporary fixtures and fittings. From the tiled entrance hall there is a ground floor cloakroom/WC – an essential in any shared space, and double oak doors which open to the open plan living room and kitchen. Two wide picture windows bring in plenty of natural light yet have been double glazed for added warmth and quiet. There are clearly defined areas for formal dining and relaxed seating while the kitchen is conveniently open plan to the room. This doesn’t dominate the space, however, but accentuates it while allowing the chef to remain sociable. A range of Neff and Hotpoint appliances have been fitted within gloss units, and the solid oak worktops echo the floor. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms with soft carpets underfoot and charming views of the local landscape. The master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and a generous amount of space for larger furnishings, and a few steps lead down to the en suite bathroom. This has a chic finish in grey and white with a roomy curved cubicle and a heated rail, while the family bathroom has a contemporary white bath suite with a rainfall shower over it. Outside, there is a sweet patio so you can sit outside during the summer or grow potted plants and herbs, and there is also a secure bike store. Agent’s thoughts: While this is a new home, it is one you immediately feel welcome in. It has a homely feel to it, and the local area has a great energy to it. Owner’s secret: “Lewes is a fantastic place to live for all ages. Steeped in history, there is character on every corner, and there is a lively local community who bring life to the town. It is famed, of course, for its annual bonfire celebrations, but there is a wealth of local eateries, artisan bakeries and proper country pubs to be enjoyed within walking distance. This was a great development for us and we are really pleased with the results.” Where it is: Shops: Local 2 min walk Train Station: Lewes Station 10 min walk Seafront or Park: Seafront 20 min drive Closest Schools: Primary: Southover CofE Primary School Secondary: Priory School, Ringmer Community College Private: Lewes Old Grammar School

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Owner's secret...

“Lewes is a fantastic place to live for all ages. Steeped in history, there is character on every corner, and there is a lively local community who bring life to the town. It is famed, of course, for its annual bonfire celebrations, but there is a wealth of local eateries, artisan bakeries and proper country pubs to be enjoyed within walking distance. This was a great development for us and we are really pleased with the results.”

Agent's thoughts...

This newly converted townhouse is beautifully situated in a popular area with lots of local shops and green spaces on your doorstep. The town offers an excellent range of shops including two prime supermarkets along with a variety of independent Medieval and Georgian high street shops. Depot Cinema is a new state of the art three screen community cinema screening a variety of new releases, documentaries, classics and films for all the family. High quality sports facilities including Pool, Track, Tennis as well as County and Regional teams representing Football, Rugby, Cricket and Hockey offering great opportunities for adults and children alike. Lewes Station is nearby with trains to London in just over an hour and to Brighton in under 20 minutes, and the A27/A23 are also close - ideal for those needing to commute to the universities or London on a daily or weekly basis.

where it is...

Shops: Local 2 min walk Train Station: Lewes Station 10 min walk Seafront or Park: Seafront 20 min drive Closest Schools: Primary: Southover CofE Primary School Secondary: Priory School, Ringmer Community College Private: Lewes Old Grammar School

Beautifully renovated in recent months, this striking townhouse has everything you need for the modern lifestyle. Perfectly positioned within the county town of Lewes, there is a wonderful balance between city and country life as the town is bustling while also sitting nestled into the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park. The transport links are excellent by train or car and there is plenty to entertain you nearby too. Lewes Lofts building bears all the characteristics of the 19th Century farmhouse with its deep gable and multi pane windows. Inside however, the decoration is crisp and modern due to white walls, engineered oak floors and contemporary fixtures and fittings. From the tiled entrance hall there is a ground floor cloakroom/WC – an essential in any shared space, and double oak doors which open to the open plan living room and kitchen. Two wide picture windows bring in plenty of natural light yet have been double glazed for added warmth and quiet. There are clearly defined areas for formal dining and relaxed seating while the kitchen is conveniently open plan to the room. This doesn’t dominate the space, however, but accentuates it while allowing the chef to remain sociable. A range of Neff and Hotpoint appliances have been fitted within gloss units, and the solid oak worktops echo the floor. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms with soft carpets underfoot and charming views of the local landscape. The master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and a generous amount of space for larger furnishings, and a few steps lead down to the en suite bathroom. This has a chic finish in grey and white with a roomy curved cubicle and a heated rail, while the family bathroom has a contemporary white bath suite with a rainfall shower over it. Outside, there is a sweet patio so you can sit outside during the summer or grow potted plants and herbs, and there is also a secure bike store.

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