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St. Annes Crescent, Lewes, BN7
Sold Subject to Contract

4 beds | 3 receptions | Guide price £900,000


This substantial, individual detached house is situated in a much coveted location on rising ground on the western side of the town. St. Anne's Crescent is a long established residential area of predominantly older houses providing an ideal location for access to the many amenities of this historic County town. Lewes provides excellent shopping and other facilities along with a main line railway station. The South Coast at Brighton is about eight miles and Universities at Falmer about four miles. Gatwick Airport can be reached by car in around forty five minutes.

The property was constructed in the mid 1960's as the rectory for the Church of St Anne's and now provides an outstanding opportunity to acquire and create a fine family home. Subject to the necessary consents, there may be potential for redevelopment as a single dwelling or as smaller dwelling units.

All the rooms are of excellent proportions with the arrangement of the accommodation over the three floors having the potential to create a self-contained annexe if required. From the upper floors of the house and to the rear there are views through the trees down the Ouse Valley and to the South Downs.

As well as the large integral garage there is ample parking along with a good size, south facing, rear garden.

The exterior of the house is designed for ease of maintenance with elevations of brick and relief ceramic tile panels along with a shallow pitched and tile clad roof. Windows are double glazed and there is a modern gas fired central heating system.

Accommodation in Brief
Entering through the front door you come into a mezzanine hall between the ground and first floor. Stairs lead down to the ground floor level with a long hall and separate entrance door to the front together with cloakroom and separate utility room. The large study has extensive shelving and a tranquil aspect over the rear garden. The large boiler room opens out into the rear garden whilst at the far end is the good size garage with up and over door and personal door to the rear garden.

On the first floor is a reception area with built in coats and storage cupboards, separate cloakroom and door to the beautifully proportioned, south facing sitting room with hardwood strip floor and open fireplace. The dining room is also south facing and has a wide hatch opening through to the kitchen which is fitted in modern units and has a walk-in pantry.

Stairs lead up to the large second floor landing with airing and storage cupboards and access panel to roof space. The three larger bedrooms all have built in wardrobes and a fine southerly aspect over the rear garden. The fourth single bedroom has an aspect to the front and adjoins the family bathroom and separate cloakroom.

Outside to the front, the garden and driveway provide parking along with a raised brick shrub bed and pathway down one side of the house to the south facing and private rear garden. Here, a wide paved patio has a step down and retaining walls to an area of lawn bordered and screened by shrubs and trees. The rear garden measures approximately 12m wide by 14.5m deep.

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