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Our Current Properties for Sale in Lewes and the Surrounding Villages

Here at Winkworth in Lewes, we are marketing a very special collection of properties to suit a range requirements and budgets, in the heart of Lewes and in the surrounding villages.

Here at Winkworth in Lewes, we are marketing a very special collection of properties to suit a range requirements and budgets, in the heart of Lewes and in the surrounding villages.

Herstmonceux £350,000

This attractive period Grade II Listed semi-detached cottage is situated in the pretty village of Herstmonceux.

From the gravel drive with off road parking, the solid wood front door leads you into the hallway with downstairs WC and shower room.

The sitting room has feature beams, a large brick fireplace with woodburner and oak beamed ceiling. The separate dining room has a centrepiece of a wood burning stove, part glazed door to a storage cupboard and window to the side. The kitchen, though sympathetic with the age of the property, offers modern living with space for fridge freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and oven with extractor fan over. A rear door leads to the patio.

Upstairs is a master bedroom with period brick fireplace and two further bedrooms, one has further stairs to the top bedroom with dual aspect and space for a home office. There is a family bathroom with corner bath.

The rear garden has al fresco dining space with pretty shrubs and steps that lead to a lawn area with mature bushes. And two storage sheds. A stunning property with many period features, even as far as the staircase which in itself is original!

 

Lewes £499,950

This truly delightful period town house is situated within walking distance of the mainline station in a central location, in the sought after town of Lewes. With many period features retained throughout, including sash windows and open fire places, this characterful property would make an ideal family home.

On the ground floor there is a generous sized 16ft living room which is dual aspect with exposed wooden floor and open fireplace. Leading down the stairs there is an open plan 15ft kitchen/breakfast room which opens out onto the courtyard garden, with charming flower bedding and space for al fresco dining.

Ascending the stairs to the first floor there is a master bedroom with views to All saints Church. There is an attractive, wood paneled, family bathroom and on the second floor, there are a further two bedrooms.

With generous living space, 20 Friars Walk is a versatile property in an ideal central location.

 

Lewes £525,000

This Grade II Listed town house, presented on four floors, is situated in the centre of the Historic Town of Lewes.

The front door recessed in its brick porch opens to the dual aspect 20' x 16'2' sitting room with its muted colour finish, open fireplace and exposed beams.

On the lower ground floor is the kitchen dining area. The kitchen is fresh and contemporary with light coloured units, oak work tops and a Butler Sink. The dining area has ample space for a family table and doors opening to the rear garden.

Upstairs are three bedrooms, all with a subtle and bright finish. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room and fabulous views across the town and beyond to the South Downs. There is a family bathroom with a window to the rear.

Many features such as wood doors and exposed beams are present throughout combining the eclectic mix of period and contemporary feel.

The rear garden is a delightful patio with decked area for al fresco dining, white washed walls and rear access via a wooden gate. A stunning and sympathetically finished house right in the heart of Lewes but tucked off the main Hugh Street. Easy access to shops, schools, restaurants and amenities. Lewes train station is also very central and has a regular service to London Victoria (65 mins tbv)

Alfriston £575,000

Alfriston Cottage is a charming cottage, in an exceptional location, within the South Downs National Park. With unique and exclusive rural and coastal views, the position of this property is breathtaking.

The cottage has been restored and sensitively extended in the last ten years and has been maintained to a high standard throughout. On the ground floor, the living room has a log burner, and there is the advantage of a separate study. There is a kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliance, a seperate dining room, and in addition, there is a large cloakroom.

The master bedroom includes an en suite wet room, and has spectacular views. There are a further two bedroom, also with outstanding views, as well as a generous sized family bathroom.

Outside, there are enclosed gardens to the front and rear and the property benefits from its own parking space.

Alfriston Cottage, which is one of only two properties in this location is gem within this incomparable location.

 

Selmeston £625,000

Glebe Cottage is a delightful chalet bungalow, with a stunning garden, in the picturesque village of Selmeston. Originally built in the 1970's, but modernised and extended in the last 10 years, this property offers an abundance of living space. 

On the ground floor there is a spacious 30' living room which is open plan into the conservatory. There is a separate, well fitted kitchen with aga, with a door leading into a useful boot room. In addition, there is an excellent dining room for more formal dining. There is a study which could be converted into an additional bedroom or be enjoyed as a reading room/home office.

Upstairs, there is a generous sized master bedroom with en-suite. There are a further two bedrooms and modern family bathroom.

Abutting the property to the rear, there is a large decked area running the whole length of the property; ideal for BBQ' and 'Al Fresco' entertaining. There is a spectacular garden that has been lovingly maintained, enabling mature plants and bedding to flourish, time and again. In addition, there is a double garage for ample parking, as well as the added bonus of a 20' summer house/ games room that can be used to enjoy this delightful garden throughout the year.

Glebe cottage is a versatile property, in a very special location.

 

Framfield POA

Pound House is a stunning and well positioned four bedroom detached Grade II listed thatched cottage, situated in the charming village of Framfield. Pound House is believed to date from the 17th century, and is situated in a lane surrounded by glorious countryside and offers breath taking views of the South Downs.

This cottage retains many of its charming period features and is presented in a well maintained and sympathetic style including exposed beams, inglenook fireplaces, leaded light windows, oak and  brick flooring.

Downstairs there is an attractive living room with Inglenook fireplace and solid wood floors, which leads to the library area with views to the gardens. The kitchen is spacious and has access to the garden. The kitchen also leads to the dining area with its own inglenook fire. In addition there is a cloak room and a second reception/bedroom four.

Upstairs there is a master bedroom which adjoins an additional bedroom. And there is also a further bedroom. There is an elegant period style bathroom. Views from the bedrooms include the gardens and the South Downs.

As well as a picturesque garden mainly laid to lawn with well-tended flower borders, there is a patio, a further vegetable garden and the swimming pool surrounded by mature hedges. There is ample parking, and the property includes a detached garage.

Pound House is a highly desirable home, with versatile space and easy access for commuting from Uckfield station.

 

Berwick £850,000

This is a truly delightful country house with stunning views of the South Downs is just on the peripherals of the sought after village of Alfriston.

With an abundance of character and charm this lovely house nestles into a beautiful mature landscaped garden with an abundance of flower and shrub borders interspersed with trees.

The versatility of this pretty house offers families lots of options including a useful two bedroom annex with private entrance but which also lends itself as being part of the family house.

Still retaining many period features including exposed beams and feature fireplaces but also offering modern day living with an exceptional well fitted triple aspect 26’ kitchen/breakfast room which enjoys lovely views over the garden. There is a useful separate utility room for those mundane jobs.

The family room is just off the kitchen which makes a lovely play room for the younger members of the family with a further snug and conservatory.

On the first floor the master bedroom is double aspect and has lovely views with an en-suite bathroom there are a further two bedrooms and family bathroom on this floor.

The gardens outside are wonderful and invite ‘Al Fresco’ dining on sunny days, this is a gardeners delight with an abundance of mature flower and shrub borders interspersed with trees. There is a detached timber framed summer house to go when the evenings are getting a little chiller just to catch the last of the sunshine.

The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with some flower and shrub borders, the gravel driveway leads in turn to the ‘English Heritage’ oak framed garage with plenty of off road parking.

 

Ringmer £900,000

This is a truly delightful Victorian house with stunning views over the village green to the South Downs. The property still retains many period features including marble fireplaces, exposed floorboards, sash windows and original stucco ceilings in both reception rooms.

Being situated within walking distance of the village shops and with easy access to the Lewes mainline  station (London Victoria 65 mins tbv). Giving you a semi-rural feeling but with excellent links to London.

The maple fitted Woodwork kitchen /breakfast room gives the house a warm country feel, with double doors opening onto the separate dining excellent for entertaining and parties. The reception rooms have delightful views over the village green and towards the South Downs. The family room can have many purposes and has a lovely feature fireplace and tall sash windows.

There is a useful office/studio to the rear of the house, excellent if you work from home or run your own business.

The main bedroom has the stunning views to the South downs with an en-suite shower room. There are a further three bedrooms with family bathroom and cloakroom. On the top floor is a wonderful triple aspect 31' open plan room. This could be easily divided (stnc) if one so wished.

The garden to the rear is truly delightful mainly laid to lawn with an abundance of flower and shrub borders interspersed with trees. With raised vegetable beds and fruit trees to the side of the garden. With a lovely timber deck with arbour to enjoy a glass of wine in the evening sun. 

 

Fairwarp £1,150,000

Kotan is a unique, spacious property, with a stunning garden, in the sought after village of Fairwarp.

The property is approached by a sweeping, private driveway and as you enter the property you will immediately see the polished oak flooring which continues throughout much of the property. The living room is dual aspect, with a log burning fire and French doors leading to the verandah. There is a separate dining room with garden views and a further family room, also with garden views, and a breakfast room. In addition, the conservatory, with its feature brick fireplace, allows views of the garden all year round. The kitchen, which also leads to the breakfast room, is beautifully maintained and has white gloss units and Corian worktops, a fitted range cooker and limestone paved floors. For ultimate practicality, the utility room, which houses the Worcester boiler, provides space for a freezer and plumbing for a washing machine. Furthermore the study, which could also be used as a bedroom, has a door straight through to the downstairs shower room, which could provide en suite guest accommodation.

Upstairs there is a master bedroom with private balcony and en suite. There are a further two bedrooms, both with en suites, and in addition there is a generous sized family bathroom. From the first floor, there are breathtaking views of the gardens.

To the rear of the property there is a spectacular garden with a vast 1 acre (tbv) of grounds including a charming summer house. Outside to the front there is ample parking, with a double garage, and additional living space on the first floor, and a separate kitchen area and shower room, on the ground floor.

Kotan is a beautifully presented Scandia Hus which offers extensive living space.

 

Ditchling £1,650,000

This unique and stunning Grade II house is ideally set in the attractive and highly desirable village of Ditchling. Dating from the 19th Century (tbv), Chichester House was extended in the Georgian Period, with period features throughout. The front of the house conceals the wonderful space offered inside, and its contemporary yet sympathetic style.

On the ground floor the drawing room has fabulous views to the rear garden via French Doors and there is a dining room with ample space for entertaining. There is a family room, a study which could double as a guest room and there is also a snug, which could provide a playroom or a den for children. The charming, bespoke, well fitted kitchen offers excellent space and leads through an archway to the dining room and through French Doors out to the terrace. In addition, the utility room and cloakroom are essential extras for a family.

Upstairs there is a 26" master bedroom with feature vaulted ceiling, arched window, en suite shower room and French Doors leading to a balcony. There are three further generous bedrooms, as well as a family bathroom, separate double shower room and separate washroom.

The rear garden is spectacular, with a substantial lawn area, patio for dining, steps to a second garden level, outdoor swimming pool and views to the church. There is a garage and driveway for off road parking. Rarely available, this breathtaking house must be seen to be fully appreciated.

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