A detached three bedroom farmhouse set in approx. sixteen acres with a fantastic range of barns, stables and equestrian facilities, in a secluded location, surrounded by its own land
The property’s original name Hillside Fruit Farm betrays its origins, although the current owners have owned it for over thirty years and have used it primarily as a base for training racehorses. There is now no evidence of the original fruit farm and the property is ideally suited to equestrian use or hobby farming, smallholding etc.
The property is set down a long private drive, surrounded by its own land and there is ample scope to extend the house if required, subject to the usual planning permissions. There is existing planning permission to convert the garage/store to a residential annexe.
The property is surrounded by stunning rolling countryside, within the South Downs National Park and within less than a mile there is access onto a bridleway which leads to extensive hacking on the South Downs Way.
There are ranges of local shops and amenities in nearby Arundel and Pulborough and a fuller range of facilities in Chichester.
Price Guide £1,350,000 Under OfferRef: EO5845
A detached farmhouse built in 1993 with central heating provided by a solid fuel Rayburn and double glazing throughout.
There is accommodation as follows; please refer to floor plan for approx. room sizes
The Main Entrance is through a front door which leads to a spacious Kitchen / Dining Room which is fitted with a range of base and wall units, island unit, solid fuel Rayburn cooker, which provides central heating and hot water, stainless steel 1½ bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap, a walk in larder and stairs to the first floor.
The comfortable Sitting Room has glazed sliding rear doors to the Garden and an open stone fireplace.
There is also a Cloakroom on the ground floor.
On the first floor the Master Bedroom is fitted with an extensive range of built-in wardrobes and drawers and has an En Suite Shower Room.
There are Two Further Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom on the first floor.
Price Guide £1,350,000Under OfferRef: EO5845
The property is approached along a 200yd private concrete drive (one neighbouring property has a right of way over the first part of the drive)
There is a beautiful lawned garden adjoining the house, with numerous mature flowering shrubs, fruit trees and a vegetable patch.
OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
The outbuildings lie adjacent to the house and comprise as follows with approx. sizes:
U-Shaped around a gravelled yard with a central weeping willow tree, comprising:
Block One brick and pan tile with concrete base, light, power and water supplies, incorporating Six Loose Boxes each 12’6 x 11’ (about 3.8m x 3.3m)
Block Two brick and tile with concrete base, light, power and water supplies, incorporating Four Loose Boxes each 16’5 x 11’6 (about 5m x 3.5m) Tack Room 12’ x 7’10 (about 3.6m x 2.4m) All stables bar one have rubber matting
Multi Purpose Barn 60’ x 30’ (about 18.4m x 9.2m) brick walls, steel portal frame, corrugated roof, light and power supplies.
Garage/Store 27’ x 19’ (about 8.2m x 5.8m) block and tile, concrete base, loft, light and power supplies. Planning Permission granted 21 Sept 2017 for conversion to a One Bedroom Annexe, planning ref SDNP/20/02911/HOUS
Traditional Brick Barn 32’ x 20’ (about 9.3m x 6.1m) with tiled roof, concrete base, water supply.
Monarch Four Horse Walker
Field Shelter 20’x10’ (about 6.1m x 3m) with rubber matting
The Land surrounds the farmstead in good quality pasture paddocks, fairly level and mostly enclosed with post and rail fencing. Additionally there is about 2.5 acres of mixed Broadleaf Woodland in two main blocks. No pesticides or sprays have been used by the current owners for over thirty years
IN ALL APPROX. 16 ACRES
(About 6.5 Hectares)
Price Guide £1,350,000Under OfferRef: EO5845
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