The Heritage collection at The Old Stables consists of one detached and three terraced 2 bedroom converted stables. Finished to the highest standard throughout, each property offers a selection of contemporary kitchens with stone worktops and AEG appliances, luxury bathrooms and en-suites, two allocated parking spaces, landscaped gardens, stunning views, and a new homes warranty. Number 5 RESERVED.
- Village location
- 2 & 3 Bedrooms
- Beautiful finishes
- Stunning views
Timeless Shaker style kitchens with contemporary knurled stainless handles, featuring Quartz stone worktops with integrated drainers and Grohe undermount 1.5 stainless steel bowl sinks for convenience and durability. Kitchens incorporate breakfast bar space and are fitted AEG integrated appliances, including fridge/freezers, ovens, dishwashers and induction hobs, and stainless steel canopy extractors.
BATHROOMS & EN SUITES
Luxury fitted suites designed in a contemporary style with white sanitary ware & appliances by Roper Rhodes and Hansgrohe. Chrome taps, thermostatic mains-pressure mixer showers with rain shower heads, heated towel rails and close-coupled or concealed cistern toilets with chrome finish flush plates. Ceramic walls tiles complete the look.
Ground floor hallways, kitchens, living areas, bedrooms and lobbies fitted with engineered oak flooring laid in herringbone format. First floor rooms & staircases fitted with high quality carpets on cloud 9 underlay. All bathrooms and en-suites fitted with ceramic tiled floors
Ground floors all have full wet underfloor heating, with individual digital programmable thermostatic control to each room for optimum comfort and flexibility. Upper floors fitted with radiators, powered by Vaillant gas combi boilers.
All downlights to be low-energy LED by Collingwood lighting, with downlights to all rooms, as well as pendants in selected rooms. Led strip under counter lighting in the kitchens
External lighting to the front and rear of the houses and to common courtyard area. All properties to be decorated throughout in a calm muted pallet of colours. Each house will have its own area for secure bike storage and bin storage
The houses are connected with BT full fibre optic broadband (FTTP) with CAT6 structured cabling internally to connect devices or wifi access point.
The former equestrian & farm outbuildings have been carefully converted to maintain their original vernacular design and black & white appearance. The houses are finished in a mix of white painted clay bricks, white render & black Cedral weatherboarding. The new timber external doors and windows are painted black and are double glazed with argon gas filling. Black aluminium bifold doors lead out onto the rear garden patios. The roofs are clad in Marley Hawkins clay tiles and the gutters, downpipes and facias are all black, making for a traditional look.
Each house enjoys a good sized private rear garden laid to lawn, with an Indian Sandstone patio, professionally-designed private front garden with inset sleeper footpaths and thoughtfully-curated planting. Each dwelling has dedicated off-street parking space for two vehicles, with EV charging points. To the back of all properties are stunning views of the South Downs & surrounding Farmland. To the front are far-reaching views over the Ouse Valley to Mount Caburn.
SECURITY & PEACE OF MIND
Mains powered heat and smoke detectors installed throughout bedrooms and living spaces. All houses benefit from a 10 year structural warranty.
Please note: the images used are a combination of photos from various plots and some have been CGI enhanced in order to show how we expect certain areas to look, any perspective purchaser should arrange a viewing prior to making an offer.
Kingston is a picturesque village located approximately two miles from Lewes. The Village itself has a good range of leisure activites, along with a 15th century church, pre-school and junior school. The village pub, The Juggs provides a good focal point for the village. With access to The South Downs there are charming down land walks to the neighbouring villages and to Lewes. There is also a cycle path into Lewes and a regular bus service. Lewes is a unique shopping and leisure destination, offering a wide range of local shops and independent boutiques. Church Lane provides direct foot access via a private lane onto The South Downs Way with extensive bridleways and footpaths.
Dining out in Lewes is a pleasure, from the gastronomic delights on offer at The Lime Tree Kitchen and the Jolly Sportsman in nearby East Chiltington, to the wide range of gastro pubs, many of which support the resident Harvey’s Brewery. Visit the farmers’ market on the first Saturday of every month to pick up some delicious local fare. Pop into Bill’s for a cuppa or something more substantial from the mouth-watering menu. Have a pint of Harvey’s the local brew and take in some music in one of the many friendly pubs in the area. The new Depot cinema, close to the station is a major asset to the town.
Schooling in Lewes is exceptional and there are a range of well-regarded private and public schools, to include the famous Lewes Old Grammar School which can trace its origins back to the educational foundation started by Agnes Morley during the reign of Henry VII. South Downs College is located in Lewes, offering both full and part time courses and of course the University of Sussex is only 3 miles to the south west at Falmer. 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