A beautiful Listed period house. This wonderful house manages to combine beautiful period features with modern family living. Originating in the 17th Century the property has been enlarged over time with additions believed to have happened in the Georgian Era and with the addition of the attractive double fronted typically Victorian main facade. As the floorplan explains the main entrance hallway gives access to a pretty drawing room with two bay windows, a stunning dining room with a wide inglenook fireplace, separate kitchen with AGA at the rear of the house and rear lobby. The charming sitting room leads from both the kitchen and dining rooms and again offering an inglenook fireplace, with a study and conservatory (with a feature well with a toughened glass covering) on the eastern side of the house beyond the aforementioned sitting room. The first floor provides 6 bedrooms, two of which are interconnecting and all are well proportioned double rooms. There are two bathrooms on this floor, both accessed from the landings.
The property is situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Slinfold. Slinfold is noted for its period cottages and houses and has a shop, school, church and inn. Horsham, with it's excellent range of restaurants and shops (now including a larger Waitrose and new John Lewis) and Billingshurst are about 4 miles, Guildford 17 miles and Gatwick Airport 20 miles. Within easy reach of the property there are excellent schooling facilities including Farlington, Pennthorpe and Cranleigh. Sporting and recreational facilities in the area include golf at the nearby Slinfold Park Golf and Country Club, the West Sussex Golf Club (Pulborough), Wildwood (Alfold) and Rookwood (Horsham). There are mainline rail services from Horsham, Billingshurst & Christs Hospital (Victoria/ London Bridge) and from Guildford (Waterloo).
The property is approached over a gravelled driveway which leads to the detached double garage. The gardens surround the house with lawns in all directions, complemented by attractive flower and shrub borders. An attractive feature within the gardens is the former Victorian wash house, now being utilised as a garden store. The whole is enclosed well, predominantly by mature hedging. Approaching half an acre in total.
Planning Permission has been obtained to split the property into two dwellings, together with the creation of a new driveway and garaging. Horsham District Council Ref DC/18/0124 & DC/16/2424
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Three Bathrooms (One Ensuite)