- 2 bedroom end of terrace house
- Rear courtyard garden
- Character features including sash windows
- Central Location
- Close to shops and transport links
- EPC energy rating D (67)
Ground Floor Room Dimensions
|Lounge/Diner||18'7 x 15'2 (5.67m x 4.63m)|
|Kitchen||13'2 x 10'3 (4.01m x 3.13m)|
|Rear Courtyard Garden|
First Floor Room Dimensions
|Bedroom 1||10'9 x 10'7 (3.28m x 3.23m)|
|Bedroom 2||10'3 x 8'4 (3.13m x 2.54m)|
Map & area
Please note, the map markers may only show the centre of a postcode and not the actual address.
- Lewes 0.5 miles
- Cooksbridge 2.1 miles
- Glynde 2.5 miles
Our local guide for Lewes
The Cubitt & West estate agents in Lewes can be found on the High Street, near the Castle Museum. In our local branch you will receive expert advice from staff who always go that extra mile for their clients.
Lewes has the oldest 5th of November event in the world! The history of the town is full of famous tales to match the mix of medieval, Victorian and Georgian houses and cottages. Southover and the Wallands are popular for their historical heritage and are both close to the shops, bars and restaurants. The transport links in the area are good with a direct train to London Victoria to Lewes from 1 hour 10 minutes and good bus routes to Brighton, Eastbourne and Tunbridge Wells.
Our estate agent service include online updates and regular telephone contact, our clients also receive a letter keeping them up to date of all the viewings, mail-outs, texts, emails and other marketing activity we have carried out. Our website is fully mobile-friendly so you can always access the latest news about your sale or search for properties while you are out and about.
There's more information about life in the area in our Guide to living in Lewes.
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