Rowland Gorringe, £750,000.
Bailiwick is a large family home arranged over three floors featuring four bedrooms, three reception rooms and a conservatory.
The property is in need of some modernisation, but offers potential to expand the living accommodation with the existing space and in particular the ground floor rooms.
Built into the hillside, the entrance is via some steps which lead to a front entrance with large reception and double doors into a reception hall.
The sitting room is a large room with Yorkstone fireplace and log store, double aspect with patio doors opening at the front onto a balcony with wrought iron railings.
The dining room also has views at the front and features a serving hatch to kitchen. Reception room three is at the back and has a double aspect with patio doors opening into a rear double glazed conservatory.
There is a small cloakroom with WC, wash basin and double storage cupboard. The kitchen features a breakfast bar.
There are floor and wall mounted units with tiled worktop inlays.
One and half bowl sink unit, inset hob and double oven.
A further door leads to an outer lobby with front and rear doors.
The first floor features four double bedrooms, the master bedroom is a large suite with double aspect and large picture window with glorious views.
There is built in furniture, a feature walk in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom.
There is potential to incorporate a further en-suite bathroom to another bedroom within the existing space.
At lower ground floor level, there is a double integrated garage with electric up and over door and a further internal door leads to an inner hallway.
There are three rooms, which are currently laid out as a utility room with built in cupboard and sink unit, boiler room and one store/office room.
Outside: At the front is an elevated driveway with parking for several cars.
There is a brick retaining wall with a well established landscaped front garden with perennial plants, shrubs and trees.
A generous side plot features a small patio and includes stairs around mature gardens with central apple tree.
The rear garden has a grand staircase from a terrace leading up to an upper terrace with a rose pergola and seating area.
There is a featured stone retaining wall which subtly divides the garden.
Cranedown is conveniently situated just on the outskirts of Lewes and is within easy reach of the town centre.
This historic county town offers a wide range of amenities including a variety of individual specialist retail outlets, major supermarkets including Tesco and Waitrose, schooling for all ages, tertiary college and leisure centre.
The universities of Sussex and Brighton and the coast at Brighton are about 6 and 9 miles respectively, Newhaven port with ferry services to Dieppe, France, is about six miles distant and the famous Glyndebourne Opera House is about six miles away on the outskirts of Ringmer.
Mainline railway service from Lewes to London Victoria (just over the hour).
Contact Rowland Gorringe, 64 High Street, Lewes BN7 1XG on 01273 474101 or email@example.com