Attractive Victorian cottage

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Believed to date from the late Victorian period, Chailey Place Cottage, Chailey Green, Lewes ,is a particularly attractive red brick detached cottage.

Situated on the edge of the pretty village green in gardens of over a quarter of an acre, the property offers good potential for extension and improvement, subject to the necessary planning consents.

The accommodation is arranged over two floors briefly comprising; entrance porch and hall, sitting room, dining room, study, kitchen, utility and shower room, 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Further points of note include: replacement, double glazed sash windows; a working fireplace in the sitting room and feature fireplaces in the study and two of the bedrooms; a useful ground floor shower room with space for laundry appliances; and far reaching views from the first floor to the south and to the church yard and beautiful 13th Century church to the west.

Outside, the well-enclosed garden extends away from the house to the south, to a gated parking area and timber double garage in need of some repair.

In all, about 0.28 of an acre.

Offers in excess of £500,000.