Offham Terrace, Lewes, BN7
Offers in excess of £265,000
A delightful converted ground floor flat with pretty walled garden.
AT A GLANCE.…
Ground floor flat
Arranged over two floors
Front aspect living room
Bathroom with shower
French doors into garden
Walled patio garden
Sunny south facing patio
Share of freehold
Favoured town location
This light and airy double bedroom flat is arranged over two floors and offers good versatile living space. It is ideally situated at the top of Lewes town. With the added advantage of a sunny walled garden.
On the ground floor is the front aspect living room with freestanding shelving (not staying) and space for two sofas. This leads into a separate, bright and modern fitted kitchen with dining area.
A convenient study space and utility area leads to the modern bathroom with shower, basin and wc.
There are stairs lead down to the large tranquil double bedroom with window to the front aspect. There is also good storage space.
On the ground floor, French doors lead from the kitchen into a beautiful south facing, sunny walled patio garden. There are seating areas, a colourful shed, and a raised bed with a fruiting pear tree. The garden is a little haven and feels private. It provides a great entertaining space.
This property is located in the sought after historic town of Lewes. It is situated within easy distance of the town centre and close to the mainline railway station with its regular service to London (London Victoria/London Bridge in about 65 minutes tbv) and to Gatwick Airport.
Lewes is a thriving county town situated within the South Downs National Park. The town has a great range of individual shops, a number of popular cafes and restaurants, as well as regular food and farmers' markets and several supermarkets including Waitrose. The colourful city of Brighton & Hove is about 8 miles to the south west and provides a comprehensive range of cultural and shopping facilities.
The South Downs National Park provides wonderful opportunities for walking and recreation, together with the Ashdown Forest which lies some distance to the north and the coastline at the Seven Sisters Country Park which lies to the south east.
The internationally renowned Glyndebourne Opera House is about 3 miles to the east.Lewes has some excellent state schools and there are many established private schools in the area. The A27 lies to the south of Lewes, and provides fast access to the A23/M23, Gatwick Airport and the national motorway network.