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2 bedroom retirement property for sale

Station Street, Lewes
Retirement
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Retirement property
2 bed
1 bath
EPC rating: B*
699 sq ft / 65 sq m

Key information

Tenure: Freehold
Council tax, if payable: Unconfirmed
Broadband: Super-fast 80Mbps *
Mobile signal: 
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Property description & features

  • Tenure: Freehold
Charles Wycherley Independent Estate Agents are delighted to announce the sale of this fine second floor apartment with L- shaped wrap around views of the attractive main Caburn Court walled garden and chapel to the rear. This retirement apartment has been superbly refurbished with modern fitted kitchen off the 18 ft sitting room with double aspect. Furthermore, there is a modernized shower room and two double bedrooms with wardrobes, both looking over the garden. The property has double glazed windows and modern Dimplex Quantum electric storage heating. The hallway has very generous cupboards. Caburn Court has its own car park, two well maintained gardens, a communal sitting room and kitchen, guest suite, laundry and lift. There is a warden and careline service and a rear entrance to the more level St Nicholas Lane.
Station Street is in central Lewes connecting the historic core with cultural attractions, period buildings, independent shops, cafes and restaurants and then Lansdown Place with a level walk to the Eastgate Centre including Boots, Waitrose and Cliffe Bridge crossing the River Ouse to Cliffe High Street. Lansdown Place then leads to the superb Depot Cinema and Lewes Railway Station with London Victoria one hour, London Bridge 90 minutes and Brighton 20 minutes. There is close access to superb Downland and riverside walks and nearby walks to the Wildlife Park.

THE ACCOMMODATION WITH APPROXIMATE MEASUREMENTS COMPRISES:-

ENTRANCE HALL
With Dimplex Quantum electric storage heater. Double power point. Tunstall telecom entry phone and Careline. Walk in hanging cupboard. Shelved cupboard with electric fuse box. Deep hanging cupboard with cold water tank, pre-lagged copper hot water tank with immersion heater. Dome wall light.

BEDROOM 1
14'10 x 9'3 widening to 12'3. Two double wardrobe cupboards with concertina mirror doors. Hanging rails and shelves. Dimplex electric panel heaters. Upvc double glazed window to rear walled garden and converted chapel Two wall lights.

BEDROOM 2
11'4 x 10'3. Upvc double glazed window to rear walled garden and chapel. Double wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and shelves. Dimplex Quantum electric storage heater. Wall lights.

NEW SHOWER ROOM
7'2 x 6'8. Modern independent shower in glazed cubicle with shower tray and tiled walls. White suite of contemporary washbasin with cupboards below. Low level w.c. Heated chromium towel rail. Extractor fan. Electric convection heater. Bathroom cabinet.
SITTING ROOM

18'3 x 11'1. Upvc double glazed window to double aspect over rear walled garden and west facing for afternoon sun. Mock fireplace with wooden mantle and granite hearth. Dimplex Quantum electric storage heater. Telephone point and television point. Three wall light points.

FITTED KITCHEN
7'2 x 6'2. Newly fitted kitchen with stainless steel sink unit with single drainer. Work tops with four ring Lamona electric hob with cupboards and drawers under with folding trays and pull out rack. Fitted fridge and freezer. Range of wall cupboards with extractor fan and light over. Lamona stainless steel electric oven. Pull out chopping board and cupboard over and under. Tiled splashback. Spotlight.

Lease end date: 31.3.2114
Ground rent: £294.83 per 6 month period
Service charge: £362.73 pcm

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    Formally a partner of Messrs A. Wycherley, Charles has chosen to set up a new exciting venture as Charles Wycherley Estate Agents and Surveyor. As a specialist in Lewes, a town that he loves, and within a ten mile radius including the local villages and hamlets that he knows so well, Charles has unsurpassed knowledge of Lewes property over 30 years of valuing, selling and surveying in the town and area over these many years. Charles was within a fifth generation of estate agent in the Wycherley firm, starting in 1853 in Keere Street, previous generations dealing with Leonard and Virginia Woolf purchasing The Round House, Pipe Passage and most famously Monks House in Rodmell. Three generations alone are mentioned in the popular historical book ‘Mrs Dudeney’s Diary’. Charles Wycherley Estate Agents incorporates the skill, experience and knowledge of 30 years property work in Lewes and being a qualified Chartered Surveyor. This expertise combines with a new clear-cut modern image with new website, particulars, advertising campaign and property portals including Rightmove, to continue strong links with London, Brighton and Hove and throughout the country, to continue to sell in this highly attractive town and area. Charles Wycherley has a B.Sc in Estate Management from South Bank University, working for St. John Smith, Chartered Surveyors, Uckfield in his ‘sandwich’ year, including auction work. He worked at Lewis & Tucker in the West End, doing a full range of property management and then was 2nd Surveyor for Barnard Marcus carrying out full surveys, rent reviews and mortgage valuations in south and west London. Charles returned to the family firm in 1986, qualifying as an Incorporated Valuer in 1985 and then as a Chartered Surveyor in 1990. Charles was Junior Chairman of the RICS Sussex Branch and has won two national auction competitions. The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors have now established the qualification of RICS Registered Valuer. Valuations underpin nearly all financial decisions from home mortgage to major investment and corporate finance. We provide probate valuations instructed by Banks, Solicitors, Executors and Beneficiaries,Registered Valuers giving added experience and credence to valuations and indeed his other servicessuch as Structural Surveys,Homebuyers Reports or indeed as agents giving qualifications in aid of the sale of property. Charles Wycherley holds the qualification of RICS Registered Valuer which, where necessary, can be used at the same time as a structural survey, Homebuyers Report or becoming agents for the sale of the property.

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