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Hi

Could anybody give any info on a 2 bed with garden flat in Grange rd Lewis?

How is your market? I know somebody who wants to buy,but I need a little hard evidence about local market conditions. Many thanks PICNIC

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Do you mean Lewes?

If so, there's lots for sale. Plenty of choice!

Grange road is in a nice quiet area of the town. I hope this place your friend is looking at has some parking though. Lewes District Council have within the last year put in a parking scheme so everywhere in the centre of the town you will now have to pay.

Resident permits cost £50 per year, but even then you're not guaranteed a parking space!

There are lots of nice surrounding villages. The further east you go, the cheaper they get.

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yes lewes sorry

Great info thankyou. Does anybody have any really upto date info if so please post as my friend is STILL considering a purchase.

How much below asking price would be reasonable in the current market?

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yes lewes sorry

Great info thankyou. Does anybody have any really upto date info if so please post as my friend is STILL considering a purchase.

How much below asking price would be reasonable in the current market?

Hi,

I've been watching the market closely for about a year now. (There are lots of places for sale.) Is your friend a FTB? What sort of property are they after?

We're looking at 2-3 bedroom places and prices vary enormously.

Prices are the lowest on Landport which is the old council estate. Prices range from £160k - £200k here.

I would then say Malling comes next. Typical 2 bedroom terraces are currently being advertised between £170k and £190k and the bigger 3-4 bedroom EOT are between £180k and £200k.

The centre of the town is the most expensive and prices start at £140k for a 1 bed flat. A nice 2 bed victorian terrace would be around £200k. Houses are lots more...

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