Newly built and ready to occupy three bed semi-detached home in Newick
Built to a high specification and featuring traditional tile-hung elevations, this is one of just two homes on this boutique development. Internally this home benefits from a number of design and finish touches including high quality Egger flooring and waterproof wall panelling to the bathroom and en-suite. Entry to the property is via a hallway with interior doors to the downstairs WC/utility (with space for washer and dryer) and through to the large double-aspect living room, with bifold doors leading out to the patio. From the living room you access the substantial kitchen/diner, again opening out to the patio via triple bifold doors. The kitchen area is cleverly designed with a range of soft-close fitted cupboards and drawers, and features a range of Neff appliances. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms. The master bedroom has fitted wardrobes and a large en-suite shower room with double cubicle and low-profile shower tray. There is also a larger than usual family bathroom with both bath and separate double shower cubicle. Outside to the front there is off-street parking and side access to the rear. The good-sized back garden comes complete with a patio area on which to relax and raise a glass to your good fortune in acquiring one of the very nicest new builds in Newick. The Rough is in the thriving Lewes village of Newick in East Sussex, 3.5 miles from Uckfield. The village is blessed with three great pubs as well as a charming coffee shop and a very popular curry house, all within walking distance. For convenient shopping there is butcher, baker and a well-stocked village store. There is also a local health centre and pharmacy at hand. Other amenities include a village recreation field and a children’s playground. The village community is highly active, with numerous clubs, societies and organised events, including its own food fair and unique village bonfire tradition. Newick Primary School is rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, and the nearby Chailey School for secondary-age children is rated ‘Good.’ The imposing St Mary’s Church, parts dating back to Norman times, serves the local parish.
WC and utility space
Bifold doors to garden
kitchen/diner with bifold doors to garden
double shower cubicle
with bath and separate shower
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