An opportunity to purchase the Grade II Listed former Victorian school, totalling approximately 4,711 sq ft (440 sq m) and located in the popular and central Pells area of Lewes.
We understand the property has D1 Educational Use. The school has recently been occupied by artists and craftsmen. We understand the Local Planning Authority wishes to the buildings to retain a community use.
Situated on the corner of Pelham Terrace and Talbot Terrace, the single storey purpose built school comprises of Two Buildings and retains a portion of the playground.
The Principle Building is approximately 2,532 sq ft (234.5 sq m) and comprises of an Assembly Hall with wooden floors, a vaulted ceiling and windows to front and rear aspects, 2 Classrooms, one of which has a temporary partition creating two rooms, (three rooms in total) both classrooms have vaulted ceilings and windows to both aspects. There is a further smaller third Classroom/Recreation Room which benefits from dual aspect windows. All Classrooms and The Assembly Hall can be reached independently through a corridor or via doors which interconnect to the adjoining room. The Principle Building also benefits from a Kitchen, Larder, Boiler Room and WC facilities.
The Secondary Building is approximately 2,179 sq ft (202.5 sq m) and can be approached via two lobby's, one of the South side of the building and one on the North side. The Secondary Building comprises of a large Hall with vaulted ceiling and windows to two sides. There are 3 Classrooms, one of which has a temporary partition creating two rooms out of one (creating 4 rooms in total) The Classrooms have vaulted ceilings and windows to either Talbot Terrace or the Playground. The Secondary Building has WC facilities located off of each Lobby. The Classrooms and Hall can be reached independently off of each Lobby and are interconnected via doors from the adjoining room.
Both Buildings have Gas Central Heating. EPC Rating D for both Buildings
A Walk-Through Video of the School Buildings can be viewed here; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=thWyR2hwIFg Read more