A 5 bedroom period farmhouse with watermill, barn, lake, paddocks and woodland of about 11 acres approached over a long track on the rural edge of the village within a 10 minute walk of the picturesque village green, stores and pubs. The Old Mill House sits in delightful cottage style gardens and is surrounded by mainly woodland and grounds of 11 acres and adjoins the village on the eastern boundary and glorious countryside on all sides including large millpond (fishing permit available via Isfield & District AC). The house is Grade II listed and believed to date from the 15th century. The Water Mill was the main local source for flour and could be restored and put back into full working order. Although the wheel no longer works the whole mill mechanism was working up until recently. The barn was originally sited near Horsham and was dismantled and Re-constructed in the early 1980s and has been used for the owners passion of automobiles and has an hydraulic car ramp. The barn offers tremendous potential to create a separate dwelling subject to obtaining the necessary planning consents. The present owners had been in residence for over 30 years and have cared well for the property and buildings although general refurbishment and updating is now required.
Mains Water & Electricity, Private Drainage and Oil Central Heating
|Outstanding rural setting at the end of a long track on the edge of this picturesque village||10 minute walk to the village green with its country pubs and local store|
|Surrounded by glorious countryside and adjacent to the old mill pond (fishing lake)||Character farmhouse in need of general updating|
|Water mill (working mechanically) but the building and wheel requiring restoration||Large barn offering great potential for alternative use STPP (previously used for car restoration wi|
|Garage block and stables||Pretty gardens, paddocks, small stocked lake and woodland|
|5 miles from Haywards Heath Railway station and within a short drive of several excellent schools||Council Tax Band ‘G’|