A beautifully appointed and highly efficient newly constructed house in a semi-rural setting. This property has been constructed and finished to a high standard utilising high efficiency construction and heating methods which have resulted in an energy performance rating of A.
As shown on the attached floor plan the accommodation on offer is expansive. On the ground floor, radiating from a central hallway this accommodation includes a study, well proportioned formal dining room, sitting room, downstairs
cloakroom and a beautifully fitted dual aspect kitchen breakfast room with bi-fold doors opening into the garden, adjacent to the kitchen is a utility room and pantry.
The first floor centres around a generous landing and provides 5 bedrooms, the master of particular note, at the rear of the house and overlooking the gardens and grounds with a walkthrough dressing room and ensuite bathroom. The family bathroom is accessed directly from the landing with a further
ensuite to the second bedroom.
The second floor is currently utilised as a cinema room and further bedroom, with useful walk in loft storage beyond. The whole is fitted in a lovely modern style to a very good standard.
Ifield Wood is within the parish of Rusper, the
village being approximately 3 miles from the property. The village has two public houses and the 17th century Manor Hotel, a golf club and Post Office and general store and a Primary School. The Church of Mary Magdalene sits at its heart. The
property is adjacent to the Parish of Ifield which is mentioned as a village in the Domesday Book. It has a 13th century historic church of St. Margaret’s. There are five schools in the Ifield neighbourhood, including St. Margaret’s C.E. Primary school. The highly regarded Handcross Park School is nearby which is one of the preparatory schools for Brighton College. Places of interest include Ifield Water Mill and Mill Pond, the
latter being regarded as a most important local wetland site, attracting a diverse wildlife community. Ifield has its own railway station, running an efficient service to Three Bridges and London Victoria/London Bridge. The bustling arket
town of Horsham is approximately 8 miles away, and has a wide range of recreational and sporting amenities, a good choice of schools and excellent shopping facilities.
The Property sits in a plot of about 1.9 acres. The property adjoins and overlooks common land (beautiful woodland) which makes for a very pleasant immediate setting.
The property itself features a wide driveway which leads to a spacious double garage with a loft room above. To the rear the south facing garden features an expansive patio adjoining the rear of the property which leads to an attractive seating area and pergola, the gardens are set to lawn.
Beyond the gardens, accessed by a driveway over the common land is a series of stables and pole barns within a small yard, bordered and backing onto paddocks which give an overall acreage of about 4 acres.
Master Suite with Dressing Room and Ensuite Bathroom
5 Further Bedrooms
2 Bath/Shower Rooms (1 Ensuite)