BARN CONVERSION! Rarely available property forming part of an EXCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT of converted former farm buildings, RURAL SETTING, HIGH SPECIFICATION, large open hallway, vaulted kitchen, 16ft x 16ft vaulted lounge with EXPOSED CEILING TIMBERS, garden room/conservatory, two ground floor double bedrooms - master bedroom boasting en-suite shower room and door leading out to an outside decked area. Main bathroom. First floor further double bedroom, eaves storage, REAR GARDEN BACKING ONTO FIELDS. Thermostatically controlled electric under floor heating and double glazing. CAR BARN, residents' parking area and communal residents’ grounds.
This rarely available property forms part of an exclusive development of converted former farm buildings located in a rural setting just slightly North of Horsham. Built to a very high specification, this characterful property is arranged over two floors. The front door leads into a large open hallway with access to all rooms. An 11ft x 9ft vaulted kitchen offers ample cupboard space with granite work tops and integrated appliances including oven and hob with extractor hood over, washer/dryer, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Towards the rear of the property is a 16ft x 16ft vaulted lounge with exposed ceiling timbers adding to the character and charm and making a great space to entertain. Leading from the lounge is the delightful garden room/conservatory which is currently used as the main dining area with extensive views over the garden and fields beyond. Also, on the ground floor are two double bedrooms and the main bathroom with the 16ft x 8ft master bedroom boasting an en-suite shower room and has a door leading out to an outside decked area. On the first floor there is a further double bedroom with useful eaves storage. To the front of the property is a communal courtyard with feature wishing well offering a lovely approach to the property. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with ranch style fencing with a raised area of decking adjoining the property enjoying lovely views over the fields. The property also benefits from a secluded side garden which is decked and can also be accessed direct from the master bedroom. The high specification also includes thermostatically controlled electric under floor heating and double glazing. There is also a car barn, residents' parking area and communal residents’ grounds.
Perfectly positioned to offer the best of countryside living while keeping connected with Horsham Town, the coast and the major transport gateways. Regular trains from Horsham can take you directly to London Bridge and Victoria, as well as Gatwick Airport, Chichester and Bognor Regis. Whether you want to commute to London, explore the English countryside or head abroad for business or relaxation, you could hardly choose a more conveniently placed home.
The historic market town of Horsham provides a comprehensive range of shops, including John Lewis at Home and Waitrose, Swan Walk shopping centre, The Carfax with weekly markets and a varied selection of restaurants. The Capitol Theatre offers a selection of arts and there is the recently developed Piries Place with the new Everyman Cinema and further restaurants. Numerous sports and recreational facilities are available including Horsham Park and Pavillions with its gym and swimming pool. There are also sports centres at Broadbridge Heath and Christ's Hospital and a golf course and Country Club at Slinfold Park.
Accommodation with approximate room sizes:
The residents pay an annual Estate Charge for the up-keep of the communal areas. The vendors inform us this is £600 per annum (£50 per month).
DIRECTIONS: From Horsham Town centre, proceed in a Westerley direction along the Bishopric and continue into the Guildford Road A281. Go straight ahead at the roundabout and proceed up Farthings Hill. When you reach the Broadbridge Heath flyover roundabout, you need to take the fourth exit and join the A24, following the signs for Dorking. At the next roundabout go straight ahead and then at the next roundabout (Great Daux roundabout), turn right onto the A264. Proceed along the dual carriageway and take the first left into Langhurst Wood Road.
COUNCIL TAX: Band E.
SCHOOL CATCHMENT AREA: For local school admissions and to find out about catchment areas, please contact West Sussex County Council – West Sussex Grid for learning - School Admissions, 0845 0751007. Or visit the Admissions Website.
Woodlands Estate Agents Disclaimer: we would like to inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out, nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes are approximate and should not be relied upon for furnishing purposes. If floor plans are included they are for guidance and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there are important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing this property.
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) disclaimer: EPC'S are carried out by a third-party qualified Energy Assessor and Woodlands Estate Agents are not responsible for any information provided on an EPC.
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