Wellgreen Lane, Kingston, Lewes
£900,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A handsome detached family house requiring complete refurbishment, modernisation and restoration. Whernside, built circa 1950 of brick built elevations with upper parts tile hung, all under a pitched clay tile roof, is in its present form a 'diamond in the rough', and offers considerable scope for further extension, all subject to the requisite building regulations and planning consents. Please contact our Lewes Office for an appointment to view.

Description:

A handsome detached family house requiring complete refurbishment, modernisation and restoration. Whernside, built circa 1950 of brick built elevations with upper parts tile hung, all under a pitched clay tile roof, is in its present form a 'diamond in the rough', and offers considerable scope for further extension, all subject to the requisite building regulations and planning consents. The property is set in a mature well screened garden plot of approaching 1 acre, that ascends through established trees, hardy annuals and a collection of garden sheds, outbuildings as well as an east facing timber chalet, all leading to a feature garden pond that is naturally fed. Backing onto open farmland, with the Downs on the horizon, this forms a recreational retreat where tranquility abounds and is ideal for one's mindfulness and wellbeing.

The property is offered for sale with vacant possession, subject to a deed of probate being granted.

All mains services are appointed to the property. Gas fired central heating serves panel radiators appointed throughout the accommodation. All external windows and doors are UPVC framed and double glazed. Lewes District Council. Council Tax Band F.

Location:

Wellgreen Lane forms one of the central access roads to the sought after downland village of Kingston. Conveniently situated approximately two miles distant from Lewes and is set within the South Downs National Park. Within the village there is a primary school and a local Inn, together with a Garden Centre close at hand for those essential gardening supplies. The historic county town of Lewes offers schooling for all ages, three major supermarkets, many small independent and specialist shops, recreation facilities, a three screen cinema and a mainline railway station with services to London Victoria in just over the hour. The universities of Brighton & Sussex are approximately 4 miles distant, and the famous Glyndebourne Opera House is situated on the edge of Ringmer some 6 miles distant. The sea port of Newhaven is about 10 miles away and offers ferry services to Dieppe.

01273 809494

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