Lewes Vaults
Lewes , East Sussex

Freehold £935,000

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 reception rooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 1 parking space

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01273 487444

Residential Office
14a High Street
East Sussex
T 01273 487444
F 01273 487600

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  • Contemporary new homes
  • A selection of 3 & 4 bedrooms
  • A selection of roof terraces
  • Allocated parking
  • Far reaching views
  • 10 Year new homes warranty

VIEWINGS NOW AVAILABLE. LAST 1 REMAINING! A unique development of 4 contemporary town houses positioned in a central Lewes location. A selection of 3 & 4 bedroom houses finished and designed to the highest standard with a range of terraces, stunning views and parking. Please call 01273 487 444 for further details.

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The historic County Town of East Sussex, Lewes is a vibrant and thriving market town nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park. Lewes enjoys a rich and distinctive architectural heritage and is fiercely protective of this, creating a space where the wealth of history looms large, all laid out around the meandering River Ouse.

Lewes is home to a wealth of creative industries and the passionate 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 the Pelham House Hotel and Jolly Sportsman in nearby East Chiltington, to the wide range of gastro pubs, many of which support the resident Harvey’s Brewery.

The City of Brighton is only 8 miles away on south coast and there are also direct rail links to London Victoria, in a little over one hour. 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 both the first assembly of Parliament and the first Bills Restaurant!