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  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
  • Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex,  | residential-sales
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Lower Street, Pulborough, West Sussex, RH20

£600,000

Guide Price
  • Grade II Listed Attached House
  • Believed to date to 1790
  • Just over 3,100 sq.ft.
  • Many Original Features
  • Stunning Southerly Aspect
  • Central Location

An attractive Georgian house situated within walking distance of the village and mainline railway station, set in a south facing plot backing onto the River Arun and enjoying far reaching views of the Pulborough Brooks and South Downs.

DESCRIPTION
Templemead House is a Grade II listed attached house offering over 3,100 sq ft of accommodation over three floors. Believed to date to 1790, the property features Georgian architectural characteristics such as generous ceiling heights, decorative cornicing, ceiling roses, and a beautiful central hall and staircase with curved balustrade. The property presents stone and brick elevations and would now benefit from modernisation. Main features include:

•Panelled front door with decorative stone surround leading to an internal entrance hall.

•Sitting room with dual aspect and view of the Downs, open fireplace with wood surround.

•Dining room with fireplace (boarded) with stone mantle and surround and recessed book shelves either side, sash window and large double doors to sitting room.

•Kitchen/breakfast room with breakfast bar and space for table and chairs, range of wooden units, space for Nobel range, Bosch dishwasher, 4-ring gas hob, Bosch oven and grill, freestanding fridge/freezer.

•Central hall featuring beautiful original staircase with curved balustrade leading to a large galleried landing with south facing window.

•Master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room.

•3 further double bedrooms.

•Family bathroom with bath and shower over.

•Lower ground floor with study/sitting room, conservatory, utility room and tanked cellar.

OUTSIDE
The garden enjoys a southerly aspect, with a paved patio immediately behind the house leading past an ornamental pond to a small lawned area. A gate at the bottom of the garden opens onto a communal lawn (the use of which is shared with three neighbouring properties) which is bordered by the River Arun and has uninterrupted views over the Pulborough Brooks and the Downs. The property has the use of a single garage and parking space situated on neighbouring properties.

AMENITIES
Local: Pulborough with a range of local shops, together with 2 supermarkets, a medical centre, library and primary schools.
Towns and Cities: Horsham (13 miles) Chichester (15 miles), London (45 miles).
Transport: Pulborough station (0.5 mile) with services to London Victoria. A24 and A23 to London, Gatwick Airport and the national motorway network.
Schools: Schools include St Marys Church of England Primary, West Chiltington Primary, Storrington Primary, The Weald School and Steyning Grammar School.
Leisure: South Downs National Park, cross county schooling course at Coombelands Equestrian at Pulborough, horse racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, polo at Crowdray and Knepp Castle, golf at The West Sussex course at Pulborough, the Festival of Speed at Goodwood, theatres at Horsham, Guildford and Chichester.

Branch Information

Pulborough
Stratton House
57 Lower Street
Pulborough
RH20 2AZ

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