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The Street, Rodmell, Lewes, BN7

4 bedroom house in Rodmell

£895,000 Freehold

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A delightful Grade II listed detached Cottage with the added advantage of a detached barn (with potential to convert to an annexe, (there is lapsed planning already) | Exceptionally large entrance hall | Cloakroom | Double aspect 17'2" sitting room with feature fireplace | 17'2" Dining room | Double aspect well fitted kitchen | Separate utility room | Master Bedroom to the rear with En-suite Shower room | Three guest bedrooms | Family Bathroom | Driveway and Off Road Parking | Garden mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders

AT A GLANCE.…

A charming detached Grade II listed cottage set in an idyllic village
Along with a delightful looking detached barn, with potential to convert to an annexe , (with lapsed planning)
13’5” reception hall
17’2” double aspect sitting room with feature fireplace & log burning stove
17’2” double aspect dining room
17’2” well fitted kitchen with separate utility room Master bedroom with en-suite shower room
Three further guest bedrooms
Family bathroom
Pretty gardens laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders interspersed with trees

A charming 16th Century Grade II listed cottage still retaining many period features. Along with a delightful looking detached 23’7” barn (with potential to convert, subject to the necessary consent). This characterful cottage is set in the sought after village of Rodmell within the Southdowns National Park.
The property is approached over a gravel driveway with plenty of off road parking. This attractive cottage offers excellent accommodation with an exceptionally wide entrance hall, (including cloakroom), entering onto a double aspect 17’2” sitting room with inglenook fireplace. The 17’2”dining room leads conveniently on to the well fitted, double aspect kitchen and separate utility room.
On the first floor is an excellent sized landing with views over the front garden. The master bedroom, located to the rear of the cottage has a fitted double wardrobe and a spacious en-suite shower room. The landing leads on to a further three guest bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The garden is mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders interspersed with trees.


SITUATION

Rodmell is a small and delightful picture postcard village. It is located three miles ( 4.8 km) south-west of Lewes on the Lewes to Newhaven
Road and six and a half miles from the City of Brighton and Hove and is situated by the west banks of the River Ouse. Monk's House is located in the village, the home of the author Virginia
Woolf for twenty-one years until her death in 1941. There is an excellent family pub (Abergavenny Arms Pub), St Peters Church, two allotment sites, a wonderful Vineyard and many other activities.
Nearby Lewes is a thriving country town providing excellent recreational and cultural facilities.
The international renowned Glyndebounre Opera House is about 2.5 miles to the east, Royal
Tunbridge Wells lies some 23 miles to the north offering a range of shopping and amenities. The South Downs National Park provides wonderful country walks. Lewes train station has a regular
service to London Victoria (65 mins). Lewes has some excellent state and private schools , including Lewes Grammar School, Brighton College, Roedean and Hurstpierpoint Colleges.

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In the area

Lewes is charming and historical market town nestling at the foot of the downs. There are many small, specialist, independent retailers and on certain days, the subtle aromas wafting from Harvey’s Brewery will attract many visitors to Cliffe High Street. Bookshops, boutiques and antique centres sit alongside individual craft workshops, and the restaurants, cafes, and pubs offer delicious choices all year round with real emphasis on local produce.

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    Anne of Cleves House is a 15th-century timber-framed Wealden hall house on Southover High Street in Lewes. It formed part of Queen Anne's annulment settlement from King Henry VIII in 1541, although she never visited the property. It was restored by the famous architect Walter Godfrey

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A delightful Grade II listed detached Cottage with the added advantage of a detached barn (with potential to convert to an annexe, (there is lapsed planning already) | Exceptionally large entrance hall | Cloakroom | Double aspect 17'2" sitting room with feature fireplace | 17'2" Dining room | Double aspect well fitted kitchen | Separate utility room | Master Bedroom to the rear with En-suite Shower room | Three guest bedrooms | Family Bathroom | Driveway and Off Road Parking | Garden mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders

AT A GLANCE.…

A charming detached Grade II listed cottage set in an idyllic village
Along with a delightful looking detached barn, with potential to convert to an annexe , (with lapsed planning)
13’5” reception hall
17’2” double aspect sitting room with feature fireplace & log burning stove
17’2” double aspect dining room
17’2” well fitted kitchen with separate utility room Master bedroom with en-suite shower room
Three further guest bedrooms
Family bathroom
Pretty gardens laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders interspersed with trees

A charming 16th Century Grade II listed cottage still retaining many period features. Along with a delightful looking detached 23’7” barn (with potential to convert, subject to the necessary consent). This characterful cottage is set in the sought after village of Rodmell within the Southdowns National Park.
The property is approached over a gravel driveway with plenty of off road parking. This attractive cottage offers excellent accommodation with an exceptionally wide entrance hall, (including cloakroom), entering onto a double aspect 17’2” sitting room with inglenook fireplace. The 17’2”dining room leads conveniently on to the well fitted, double aspect kitchen and separate utility room.
On the first floor is an excellent sized landing with views over the front garden. The master bedroom, located to the rear of the cottage has a fitted double wardrobe and a spacious en-suite shower room. The landing leads on to a further three guest bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The garden is mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders interspersed with trees.


SITUATION

Rodmell is a small and delightful picture postcard village. It is located three miles ( 4.8 km) south-west of Lewes on the Lewes to Newhaven
Road and six and a half miles from the City of Brighton and Hove and is situated by the west banks of the River Ouse. Monk's House is located in the village, the home of the author Virginia
Woolf for twenty-one years until her death in 1941. There is an excellent family pub (Abergavenny Arms Pub), St Peters Church, two allotment sites, a wonderful Vineyard and many other activities.
Nearby Lewes is a thriving country town providing excellent recreational and cultural facilities.
The international renowned Glyndebounre Opera House is about 2.5 miles to the east, Royal
Tunbridge Wells lies some 23 miles to the north offering a range of shopping and amenities. The South Downs National Park provides wonderful country walks. Lewes train station has a regular
service to London Victoria (65 mins). Lewes has some excellent state and private schools , including Lewes Grammar School, Brighton College, Roedean and Hurstpierpoint Colleges.

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Lewes is charming and historical market town nestling at the foot of the downs. There are many small, specialist, independent retailers and on certain days, the subtle aromas wafting from Harvey’s Brewery will attract many visitors to Cliffe High Street. Bookshops, boutiques and antique centres sit alongside individual craft workshops, and the restaurants, cafes, and pubs offer delicious choices all year round with real emphasis on local produce.

  • Anne of Cleves House

    Anne of Cleves House is a 15th-century timber-framed Wealden hall house on Southover High Street in Lewes. It formed part of Queen Anne's annulment settlement from King Henry VIII in 1541, although she never visited the property. It was restored by the famous architect Walter Godfrey

  • Lewes Castle

    Lewes Castle is a medieval castle in the town of Lewes originally called Bray Castle, it occupies a commanding position guarding the gap in the South Downs cut by the River Ouse and occupied by the towns of Lewes and Cliffe.

  • Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne is an English country house, the site of an opera house that, since 1934, it has been the venue for the annual Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Initially, operas were presented within the house but there is now a free-standing amazing purpose built opera house in its grounds.

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