Station Street, Lewes
Coming Soon, Register Now. A Stunning development of 4 new homes skilfully converted from a beautiful period building in central Lewes. Coming Soon, Register Now.
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- New homes
- Central Lewes
- Allocated parking
- Period conversion
- High specification
The image of Chapel Quarter is a computer generated image and designed to give an impression of how the finished build is expected to look. Other images are various pictures of Lewes and the surrounding areas.
The County Town of Lewes is a unique shopping and leisure destination, offering a wide range of local shops and independent boutiques. Chapel Quarter puts you in the perfect location for a cappuccino and a read of the papers in town, or an invigorating walk along the banks of the River Ouse.
Dining out in Lewes is a pleasure, with a wide range of cafes, restaurants and gastro pubs on hand, many of which support the resident Harvey’s Brewery. You can also visit the farmers’ market on the first Saturday of every month to pick up some delicious local fare. You can even get a drink at our local independent cinema, The Depot.
Lewes is steeped in tradition and hosts a world famous Bonfire Night celebration, which is the largest and most celebrated in the UK. It is also a tourists dream with its Norman castle dominating the skyline, the famous Lewes Priory where the first Parliament was established following the Battle of Lewes and Anne of Cleves House, which was part of Queen Anne’s divorce settlement from King Henry VIII.
Lewes has an active sporting hub, with a Leisure Centre, Swimming Pool and Running Track.
Both Lewes Rugby and Football Clubs are well established, with significant facilities. To cool off in the summer you can take a dip in the Pells Swimming Pool, the oldest documented freshwater outdoor swimming pool in the UK.
Less than 5 miles away is Brighton & Hove, the cosmopolitan city by the sea, with its mixture of regency architecture & history, designer shops, daytime and evening entertainment. Brighton & Hove is now regarded as one of the most varied shopping, dining & cultural experiences outside of London. With exceptional transport links, Brighton Mainline Railway Station offers fast weekday trains to London Victoria & London Bridge in approximately 50 minutes and Gatwick airport in less than 30 minutes.
Brighton City Centre boasts features such as the historic lanes, the acclaimed Theatre Royal & Dome Complex, the Royal Pavilion, numerous independent & high street retailers and a wealth of eateries and entertainment. Brighton Marina Village is the largest harbour in the UK with over 1,600 berths, a full range of water sports, numerous cafes, bars, restaurants, a casino holding world class competitions, a cinema and a bowling alley. 10 miles east of Brighton there are day trips to France with ferry crossings from Newhaven to Dieppe.
Positioned on Station Street Chapel Quarter is perfectly placed for the commuter with Lewes Station at the bottom of the road. From Lewes you will be able to get direct trains to London and along the South Coast. By road Lewes can be reached easily via the A27 which links routes to the M23 and other major A roads in the South East.
Lewes to Brighton 16 minutes
Lewes to London Victoria 65 minutes
Lewes to Gatwick 31 minutes
Lewes to Haywards Heath 16 minutes
Lewes to Seaford 17 minutes
Lewes to Eastbourne 20 minutes