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A Substantial modern house set in the hamlet of Sutton within the South Downs National Park, with stunning panoramic views of the countryside and the South Downs stretching off into the distance. Entrance Hall The front door opens to tiled floor hallway with doors to all the principle rooms, fitted cupboard space under the stairs and a boiler cupboard. Garden Room 20’3 x 11’9 (6.16 x 3.59) Double doors lead into the garden room which has a tiled floor and enjoys a triple aspect across the gardens. French doors open into the rear terrace, arched by the wisteria. Dining Room 19’10 x 11’2 (6.04 x 3.40) Enjoying a double aspect with a run of fitted book shelves and patio doors leading out to the rear terrace. Drawing Room 19’10 x 18’5 (6.04 x 5.82) The room has patio doors across the rear elevation to capture the stunning views over the gardens and towards the South Downs. The main feature of the room is the open fireplace with a stone surround and hearth fitted with a Jet master. The Kitchen 31’2 x 20’0 (9.49 x 6.10) The kitchen is a particular feature of the property with an open plan arrangement to include a living and dining area with oak flooring throughout. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units and a central island topped with granite worktops. The kitchen has an array of integral appliances including a four oven Aga, electric hob and oven, American fridge freezer, wine chilling cabinet and dishwasher. French doors open to a side terrace providing a perfect alfresco breakfast spot. A door way leads to:- Utility room Comprising fitted cupboards, sink and space for washing machine and dryer. provides access to the front garden and cloakroom. Cloakroom Comprising WC and wash hand basin and another wonderful view.
First Floor Landing Airing cupboard with shelving, recessed cupboard space below the stairs rising to the second floor. Master Bedroom 18’5 x 16’2 (5.61 x 4.92) with potential En-suite 14’4 x 6’4 (4.37 x 1.94) Two full height windows showcase the magnificent views. The en-suite is currently a bare room and offers the flexibility to be designed to the new owner’s style and requirement. Bedroom Two 20’4 x 10’11 (6.21 x 3.33) with En-suite Bathroom A full height window with the same aspect as the master bedroom. The en-suite has a bath and separate shower cubicle. Bedroom Three 17’9 x 14’8 (5.41 x 4.47) with En-suite Shower Room A double bedroom with an en-suite shower room. Bedroom Four 14’8 x 9’3 (4.48 x 2.82) with En-suite Shower Room A double bedroom with views of the Downs and an en-suite shower room. The second Floor 22’3 x 14’8 (6.78 x 4.47) A loft room with the potential to create a fifth bedroom with en-suite shower room. A low doorway leads into a useful eaves storage area. Outside Two five bar gates open to a driveway which sweeps up to the property, passing a range of outbuildings to a parking area. At the corner of the yard is a character workshop with power and light. The yard area leads to the stable block constructed of timber frame with pitched felted roof. Divided into four stable boxes with an open fronted garage and storage area. The area between the stables and the house has an ornamental pond and laurel hedging, but is a former ménage which could easily be reinstated by re-fencing and re-chipping. Beside the parking area is an Oak framed three bay store with one enclosed providing storage for logs and bikes. The rear gardens are designed to enjoy the spectacular views with a terrace area and lawns leading down to a gate providing access to the public foot path for countryside walks across the South Downs. In total the grounds extend to approximately 0.564 acres (0.228 ha). Additional Information There is planning potential for residential conversion of the stables for an ancillary dwelling/guest accommodation. Services The property falls under the control of Chichester District Council. Council tax band G. Oil fired central heating and mains drainage. Fibre optic broadband direct to the property will be available from October 2015.
The property is situated in the heart of the much requested and highly sought after village of Sutton. Being within the South Downs National Park. Sutton is also in Conservation Area and designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty renowned for its peace, ancient Church and The White Horse Inn. Leisure pursuits within the area include delightful walking and riding on the South Downs, sailing from the many centres around Chichester Harbour, horse racing from Goodwood and Fontwell and Golf, available from several locations.
Stunning Kitchen/Breakfast Room
Loft Room with En-suite
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