This brick and stone constructed former farm building is one of several unique and characterful properties which were subject to complete restoration and renovation in 1995. These exclusive properties are located in an idyllic setting within the South Downs National Park in the sheltered Arun Valley, lying on the edge of the RSPB Nature Reserve at Pulborough Brooks, enjoying a great variety of habitats including wetlands, woodland, heathland and a haven for a wide range of wildlife.
The delightful and well-arranged accommodation, provides an entrance area opening onto the open plan kitchen and dining room with double opening French-style doors through to the rear garden, creating a great sense of spaciousness. The comprehensive kitchen is fully fitted with soft-closing solid oak fronted units with Corian worktops, an integrated extractor hood and a 1½ bowl stainless steel inset sink and a delightful stable door leading from the kitchen to the rear garden. Off the kitchen is a good size utility room housing the oil-fired Grant boiler (replaced 4 years ago), with space for washing machine, tumble dryer and further white goods with a window to the front aspect. Inside the entrance area is a cloakroom with a pretty porthole window, W.C and wash-hand basin, a study with fitted cupboards and book-shelving above, and window to the front. A good size living room has the benefit of two sets of double opening French-style doors, one to the rear garden and the other to the dining area with the advantage of delightful views to the rear garden beyond. To the first floor is a bright and spacious landing with a cottage-style window, an airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder, a loft hatch and three double bedrooms. Each bedroom has fitted wardrobe cupboard(s) and its own en-suite, two of which have showers and the other a bath, all comprising of white suites. The master bedroom, with its far-reaching views to the rear, also features a dressing room with built-in wardrobing. All windows to the property are double-glazed and wooden framed creating a charming cottage atmosphere.
The well-designed, part-walled, west facing cottage style rear garden has a large patio area, ideal for entertaining, sheltered by an electrically operated awning, and has a good size lawned area. Well-stocked borders adorn the rose covered rear wall elevation with a further variety of mature shrubs. There is also a handy rear access gate as well as two small wooden sheds. To the front, is a brick pillared entrance through to a significant communal gravelled area containing barn-style garaging with each property having allocated parking, Field Cottage having 2 spaces along with a wooden shed/store which could be utilised into a further parking area.
|Tranquil and stunning location on the edge of a Nature Reserve||A unique courtyard of converted former farm buildings|
|3 double bedrooms all with en-suites||Sitting room|
|Open-plan kitchen/dining area||Separate utility room|
|Study||Ground floor cloakroom|
|Private part-walled west-facing rear garden||Allocated parking for 2/3 vehicles|