For Sale £799,950 - House
A Period Grade II listed farmhouse with a large detached annex suitable for a variety of business uses (subject to consent), substantial car parking area and paddock. Approx 2.25 acres
* Reception Hall * *Cloakroom* *Lounge* *Drawing Room* *Dining Room* *Kitchen* *Separate Breakfast Area* * Utility Room*
*Three Bedrooms* *Two En-suite Bathrooms* *Family Shower Room*
*Annex comprising Four Separate Rooms plus Kitchenette* *Two Cloakrooms and External Store*
This property comprises a handsome Sussex farmhouse dating back to the early part of the 19th century, having brick, stone and tiled elevations, beneath a clay tiled roof. To the rear there is also a more recent extension comprising the kitchen and utility area.
Outside there is a large annex building currently used as a games room, although in our opinion it is very suitable for a variety of business uses subject to consent – there is a large car parking area adjacent to the annex.
The property is set within substantial grounds incorporating mature trees, spacious lawn areas together with a grazing paddock to the rear.
Reception hall – accessed via a traditional ledged and braced front door, tiled floor, inbuilt cupboard and feature stone/brick wall surfaces (overpainted).
Cloakroom – wc suite in white.
Lounge – a double aspect room facing south and east, incorporating two traditional ceiling beams.
Kitchen – farmhouse style kitchen incorporating a range of laminated units in cream, with wood-effect worktops. Inbuilt electric oven and hob.
Breakfast area—with pine boarded ceiling, inbuilt cupboards, small breakfast bar and a window/serving hatch to dining room.
Rear lobby – in built cupboard containing electrical fuse box.
Utility cupboard – this cupboard would be suitable for conversion to a traditional walk-in pantry.
Utility room – with inbuilt cupboards, worktops sink-unit, modern Grant oil fired boiler and linen cupboard with hot water storage cylinder.
Dining room – with inglenook style fireplace, log burner and beamed ceiling.
Sitting room – with brick fireplace and chimney breast, log burner, beamed ceiling, double aspect windows, exposed brick and stone feature wall, and open staircase leading to:
First floor landing – with wood balustrading and hatch to loft.
Bedroom 1 – with beamed ceiling, mirror fronted wardrobes.
En-suite bathroom – with Velux skylight window.
Bedroom 2 – with fitted cupboard.
Bedroom 3 – with fitted cupboard.
Family shower room – with electric shower unit.
This substantial detached building is of brick and block construction and incorporates a large principal room (currently used as a snooker room), together with three further ancillary rooms, a modern kitchenette and two cloakrooms. The annex is completely double glazed and has its own modern underfloor central heating sytem powered by its own oil-fired boiler. Attached to the annex is a separate store for garden machinery.
This property is situated within the village of Adversane and accessed directly from the A29 Stane Street (a Roman road). The village pub, Blacksmiths Arms, is located on the adjoining site, and Adversane is situated approximately 2 miles to the south of Billingshurst. Pulborough is approximately 4 miles. Chichester approximately 22 miles. Gatwick airport approximately 20 miles. The south coast is approximately 16 miles.
There is a huge range of leisure facilities and pursuits available in the area including the nearby South Downs National Park.
To the north of the main house there is an ancient and dilapidated traditional agricultural storage building, in need of refurbishment.
Cesspool drainage. EPC exempt.
Please note that a full building survey has not been carried out and all measurements are approximate. Measurements are not suitable for ordering floor coverings.
These particulars do not form part of any contract, and they are prepared on the basis that all negotiations are carried out through Mills & Company.
Guide price – £875,000 Freehold.