King Henry's Road
Stunning double fronted Victorian property, ideally located on King Henry’s Road. Beautifully presented throughout, the property has many original character features such as marble fireplaces, sash windows, ceiling roses and cornicing. The accommodation is well balanced with four double bedrooms, two reception rooms and a stunning kitchen/dining room. There is also a useful head-height cellar with three rooms. Worthy of special mention is the attractively landscaped garden and a versatile studio/office in the garden. Distant views can be enjoyed towards Hamsey Church.
- Double fronted property
- Period features
- Four bedrooms
- Two reception rooms
- Landscaped garden
- Superb kitchen/dining room
- Views across the river
Entrance porch with feature decorative woodwork and outside lighting, attractive tiled flooring, steps up to part glazed front door with stained glass windows to either side leading into entrance hall.
Stairs with original balustrade leading to first floor, ceiling rose, dado rail and doors leading into all ground floor principal rooms.
Kitchen/ Dining Room
Magnificent kitchen/ dining room fitted with a superb range of shaker style units with a woodwork surface. Central feature island with breakfast bar and inset one and a half bowl enamel sink unit with mixer taps over. Ample wall and base mounted units, integrated fridge and freezer, Bosch integrated dishwasher and a six ring Smeg range cooker with extractor hood above. Part tiled splash back, central ceiling rose and feature light hanging kitchen island pendant.
Large bay window to the front of the property offering impressive views to Hamsey Church, the countryside and beyond. An original marble fireplace with cast iron insert, recessed display shelving, amtico flooring and pendant light over the dining area. A door to the rear garden, attractive panelling and door to utility room.
Fitted with a range of wall and base units with plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer and further appliance space, work surface with inset stainless steel sink and mixer taps, and a window to the side.
With impressive marble fireplace, central ceiling rose and cornicing. Bay window to the front offering stunning views toward Malling Down and to the surrounding countryside, picture rail, ceiling pendant light and small window to the side.
Impressive feature fireplace, built in cupboards into the recess with shelving, picture rail, parquet flooring and window to the side.
Recessed spotlights, low level WC, wash hand basin with vanity unit below and mirror above.
Stairs leading down from the entrance hall, with storage space featuring a fitted work bench, light and power. Door leading to wine cellar, electric light, two doors to two separate rooms both with natural light.
First Floor Landing
With an airing/storage cupboard with slatted shelving, walk in storage room with window to the side and doors to all first floor rooms. Access to a large part boarded loft space.
Fully tiled with a contemporary style suite with panelled bath with shower over. Hand shower attachment and glass shower screen, wash hand basin with drawers below, low level WC, towel rail and window to the side.
Few stairs leading up to the second part of the landing, deep full width wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving.
Bay window offering views across the surrounding countryside, the river and beyond.
En Suite Bathroom
Fitted with a panelled bath with shower over and folding glass shower screen. Fully tiled walls, wash hand basin, low level WC, and a chrome heated towel rail.
Bay window with views across Lewes towards Hamsey Church.
Window to the side overlooking surrounding gardens.
An unusual shaped room with windows overlooking the garden.
Side access gate leading to paved patio area with outside lighting. Wide steps leading to the main garden approached via two double wrought iron gates leading to beautifully designed garden principally laid to lawn with deep flower and shrub borders providing a delightful display. The whole garden is bordered by a mature brick wall with a step up to a paved patio area, fantastic for entertaining with shrub borders and a mature fig tree, built in barbeque area and outside lighting. Steps up to additional area of lawn ideal for growing vegetables with raised veg beds and, again, fully bordered by a mature wall, outside lighting.
Exposed beams, mezzanine area that can be used for sleeping, windows overlooking the garden and double doors on to the lawn. Light and power, and double doors hiding a kitchenette, with a worksurface and stainless steel sink unit. This building is ideal as a home office or studio.
Lewes is the county town of East Sussex, nestled within the South Down National Park, with a direct fast train service to London. The station offers links to London in just over an hour and Brighton in under 20 minutes. The town offers an excellent range of shops including 2 prime supermarkets, Waitrose and Tesco, along with a variety of independent high street shops. The Depot Cinema is a new three screen community cinema next to the station. Additionally, Lewes offers a wide range of popular cafés, old inns and restaurants as well as a farmers market held the first weekend of every month. The internationally recognised Glyndebourne Opera House is located approx 4 miles from Lewes. High quality sports facilities including Pool , Track, Tennis as well as County and Regional teams representing Football, Rugby, Cricket and Hockey offering great opportunities for adults and children alike. Highly regarded infant and primary schools are an easy walk as are Priory Secondary School, Sussex Downs College and Lewes Old Grammar School.