£370,000 - Sold Subject to Contract
Leasehold

Roffey Park, Horsham

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SET IN THE ENVIABLE LOCATION OF ROFFEY PARK! A BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED Mews House, nestled within a quaint courtyard, entrance hall, country style kitchen, LIVING/DINING ROOM with HIGH CEILINGS and STUNNING BAY WINDOW, first floor, TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS, bathroom with freestanding bath & separate shower, use of ample COMMUNAL PARKING and STUNNING COMMUNAL GROUNDS.


Located in an enviable position, with sweeping driveways and stunning gardens, Roffey Park is a grade II listed building that has been sympathetically divided into a range of apartments and mews houses.

Just a short drive from Horsham in the beautiful Sussex countryside, this is an elegant two double bedroom Mews House, nestled within a quaint courtyard with similar properties.

The front door leads into an entrance hall with plenty of space for coats and shoes and side table, leading into a classic country-style kitchen with feature butlers sink and range cooker.

A particular highlight is the large living/dining room, with high ceilings, and stunning bay window overlooking the communal grounds and fields beyond.

To the first floor and two generous sized double bedrooms, the master also featuring a bay window and fitted cupboards, and a generous sized bathroom with an elegant freestanding bath and separate shower.

The property also has use of ample communal parking, and residents have exclusive use of the grounds.


HISTORY OF ROFFEY PARK: Roffey Park House is a Grade II listed Jacobean style Victorian building constructed in wings of different styles.

The house was built in about 1870 for the Innes family. Roffey Park House remained a private family home for over 70 years. Notably one of the more important owners was Sir August Cayzer who drastically changed the appearance of the property by adding the east wing and then the ballroom wing for his daughter’s coming of age party.

During the Second World War the house was taken over by the National Council for Rehabilitation for Busy Industrialists and was subsequently taken over by the Regional Hospital Board when the National Health Service was founded. It remained a hospital until the early 1980’s.

The property remained empty for the next 10 years and the building fell into a certain state of disrepair. It has now been sympathetically restored and modernised to reflect its former splendour, with many of the original features. The outside gardens and grounds, which extend to approximately 19 acres have been reinstated with formal grass areas and woodland. The walled garden has been cleared and woodland walks have been opened up for the enjoyment of the residents.

The east wing has been converted to provide eight mews houses, whilst the main section of the house provides twelve apartments. The ballroom has been sold separately and is now an attractive studio house.

Accommodation with approximate room sizes:

Max measurements shown unless stated otherwise:.

ENTRANCE HALL

KITCHEN (2.26m x 3.25m)

LIVING/DINING ROOM (4.37m max x 6.02m max)

FIRST FLOOR

LANDING

BEDROOM ONE (4.52m x 3.91m max)

BEDROOM TWO (4.55m x 2.62m)

BATHROOM (2.31m x 1.98m)

OUTSIDE

COMMUNAL GROUNDS

COMMUNAL PARKING

OUTGOINGS

LEASE: 125 years from Nov 1995.

MAINTENANCE: £3,900 per annum

GROUND RENT: N/A

LOCATION: The private estate of Roffey Park is situated approximately 3 miles north of Horsham town centre. The Roffey Park Estate is a nineteen acre private estate of outstanding natural beauty and enjoys far reaching views. For the commuter, Gatwick airport lies around 14 miles away and road access to the M23 is around 2 miles away. The area is surrounded by some of the finest schools in the South including: Ardingly, Hurst, Lancing, Millais, Pennthorpe, and Handcross Park prep school.

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 re-developed Piries Place with the Everyman Cinema and further restaurants. Numerous sports and recreational facilities are available including Horsham Park and Pavillions with its gym and swimming pool. Horsham also has a main line train service to London Bridge (about 54 minutes) and London Victoria (about 51 minutes).

DIRECTIONS: From Horsham proceed in an Easterly direction along the Forest Road, following the signs to Colgate. Follow this road round a sharp left hand bend then along a straight section with a sharp right hand bend at the end. Roffey Park will then be found on the left hand side.

COUNCIL TAX: Band E.

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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  • CHARACTERFUL MEWS HOUSE
  • STUNNING COMMUNAL GROUNDS
  • COUNTRYSIDE SETTING
  • GRADE II LISTED PROPERTY
  • TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • FAMILY BATHROOM
  • KITCHEN
  • AMPLE PARKING

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