Cuilfail Mews

Malling Street, Lewes

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Coming soon – Register now. A Stunning collection of contemporary town houses located in central Lewes. Sympathetically designed these striking new homes offer two different styles with a selection of 2 bedrooms, occasional bedrooms, private parking and impressive terraces. With completion expected Summer 2020 register your interest now.

  • Contemporary new homes
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Occasional 3rd rooms
  • Stunning roof terraces
  • Private parking
  • Registered for Help to Buy
  • New homes warranty
  • Coming soon

Location

Lewes is home to a wealth of creative industries and the vibrant patronage of the arts can be felt through the character of its lanes and twittens, as you wander through the town. Lewes is a unique shopping and leisure destination, offering a wide range of local shops and independent boutiques. Dining out in Lewes is a pleasure, from the gastronomic delights on offer at Cote, Lime Tree Kitchen, 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. 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. 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 VIII. Lewes has a maverick population, which over the centuries has resulted in the town developing a truly unique place in history. Lewes is famous for its beautiful Norman Castle, which towers over the High Street along with Anne of Cleves House, part of the annulment settlement for Queen Anne from Henry VIII. The character of Lewes is such that it can boast the first assembly of Parliament!


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. 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 VIII.

Lewes has a maverick population, which over the centuries has resulted in the town developing a truly unique place in history. Lewes is famous for its beautiful Norman Castle, which towers over the High Street along with Anne of Cleves House, part of the annulment settlement for Queen Anne from Henry VIII. The character of Lewes is such that it can boast the first assembly of Parliament!

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.

EASY COMMUTE
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.

TRAIN TIMES
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

Please Note: Images and plans provided are computer generated images of how we expect the properties to look. These are for illustrative purposes only and do not form part of a contract.

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