Situated in one of Lewes' premier roads in the highly favoured Wallands area, one of the wide tree-lined avenues with grass verges yet just a 10 minute walk to the heart of historic Lewes with the railway station (London Victoria 65 minutes) a further 5 minutes. The town centre, with its Norman Castle, seen from the rear of the property, and highly individual shops, pubs & restaurants, has superb historic buildings as well as a wide range of cultural and leisure amenities. Downland and countryside walks are also within easy reach and view.
First floor: Open plan kitchen/ family/ dining area: Superb two-tier room, Sitting room with bay window overlooking front garden. Open fireplace (gas with coal effect). Exposed pine floorboards.
Second floor: 3 double bedrooms, bathroom containing bath and separate shower cubicle
Decking off of back door, into south-facing area with barbecue facilities and small garden.
Private parking area for one car.
Brighton: Things to Do in Brighton
From iconic Brighton tourist attractions to beach front cool, Brighton is a treasure trove of things to do and places to go. Vibrant, colourful, fun and free, Brighton offers the energy of the city and freedom of the sea. It really is unique.
From the stunning heritage of the Royal Pavilion, Regency architecture and Victorian aquariums to the traditional seaside fun of the famous Brighton Pier and pebble beach, Brighton offers something for every walk of life.
Explore the exciting range of things to do in Brighton
Bursting with beach front sports and events, tranquil green spaces within the city limits, plus Brighton tourist attractions and activities for all the family, there's so much in store just waiting to be explored.
You'll also find a world of beautiful Sussex countryside, castles, country houses, parks, forts and gardens just moments from the city too!
Lewes, the historic county town of East Sussex, is a mixture of the impressive, unusual and the intriguing. Situated on the banks of the river Ouse and at the heart of the South Downs National Park, Lewes is a picturesque town steeped in history.
Initially a Saxon village, the Norman built Lewes Castle still dominates the townscape. Adjacent to the Castle is the Barbican House Museum and just a short walk through Southover Grange Gardens is the beautiful 15th century timber-framed Anne of Cleves House and the remains of the Lewes Priory .
There are many places to visit in Lewes, so take the time to meander through the mediaeval heart of the town with its twisting streets and tiny twittens exploring the towns rich heritage. With a great range of independent shopping, antique centres, art galleries and a tempting variety of local eateries and restaurants on offer its a great place to visit.
Golf: Visiting Lewes Golf Club for the first time takes you on a magical mystery tour - up a single lane with passing places, past picturesque houses reminiscent of a trip to Cornwall, and then up and up to the top of the chalk cliffs - to arrive to spectacular views over the South Downs and the historic town of Lewes with its Norman castle standing proud.
And that is just the start. The golf course which was first played in 1896 offers rewarding golf to players of all abilities. The head greenkeeper and his staff ensure that the course and greens are maintained to the highest standard throughout the year. As the course is set on chalk downland it is never waterlogged and we do not have temporary greens in the winter - perfect for all year play with no trolley or buggy bans (unless exceptional conditions prevail)!
To top it all, the views from every hole are unsurpassed. From the 8th green, the highest point on the course, there is a 360° view to the North Downs and south to the sea. Why not look at the gallery of photos of the course.
Lewes Golf Club is proud of its tradition of being a friendly club. Whether you are interested in membership, society golf or playing as a green fee player, you can be assured of a warm welcome.