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Old Erringham Hall is one of the last surviving parts of the hamlet of Erringham, mentioned in the Doomsday book. The property offers beautiful accommodation, with much character, including a stunning inglenook fireplace in the sitting room, a wonderful panelled bedroom and many beamed ceilings, which unusually for a house on this period are not low. In fact the accommodation works extremely well for modern living, with a spacious hallway on the ground floor leading to three reception rooms and a well fitted kitchen breakfast room. The first floor provides four spacious double bedrooms, two with ensuite bath/shower rooms, the family bathroom being accessed directly from the landing. It should be noted that there is also a sizeable cellar, previously used as a games room, with a potential for a number of alternative uses. Due to its age and historical significance the property is Listed Grade II and with its amazing position on the Downs beside a working farm, offers superb rural and distant views across the South Downs, the Adur Valley and down to the coast from the garden and certain rooms within the house.
Situated in an elevated position on the South Downs this wonderful home offers superb access via the A283 to Shoreham-by-Sea to the South, with its range of shops, restaurants, Mainline Station with train services to London and Brighton, well known airfield and popular beaches (all just over 2 miles distant). The charming village of Steyning lies to the north (about 3 miles), well known for its pretty high Street, with a number of popular pubs, cafes and smaller shops.
The property sits in a plot of about 0.7 acres (0.28 ha). Accessed via a long driveway to the front of the house, the gardens surround the property and include a pair of very useful outbuildings and an attractive oak framed barn garage. There is a kitchen garden to the rear with large beds for growing vegetables. The garden to the south and east is predominately laid to lawn and features well tended flower and shrub borders. There are distant views, even to the sea, from much of the plot. Steps lead down via a historic wall to a small meadow area beside historic Chapel.
3 Bath/Shower Rooms (2 Ensuite)
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