Bashurst Hill, Itchingfield, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13
- Believed to Date Back to Around 1547
- Charming, Versatile Accommodation
- Dining Room with Inglenook Fireplace
- Recently Updated Kitchen
- Sitting Room with Woodburner
- Views Over Surrounding Countryside
- Private Gravelled Driveway
- Mature Secluded Gardens
A characterful grade II listed home which is believed to date back to around 1547 offering versatile accommodation with particularly generous reception rooms, and a wealth of period features such as exposed oak beams. Located in a peaceful rural location.
The farmhouse is situated in a peaceful rural location on the edge of the village of Itchingfield with its parish church. The village of Barns Green lies approximately 3 miles away and has a large village green, village hall, newprimary/junior school, public house and store.
The nearby town of Horsham (approximately 4.5 miles) has a wide range of facilities including shopping centre, excellent range of restaurants, commercial facilities and mainline train station. Christs Hospital (approximately 3 miles) provides another mainline train station and access to the A24 is close by providing fast access to the coast to the south and to Crawley, Gatwick, M23 and national motorway network to the north. There is an excellent range of schooling in the area including The Weald, Collyers, Farlington and Christs Hospital.
A characterful Grade II listed home which is believed to date back to around 1547. The property offers versatile accommodation, with particularly generous reception rooms, and a wealth of period features such as exposed oak beams throughout and two fireplaces, including a large inglenook. The property has been subject to recent improvement and now offers beautifully presented accommodation including a kitchen fitted in 2018. Main features of the property include:
* Dual aspect dining room with large inglenook fireplace and parquet flooring, open plan to the
* Recently updated kitchen (2018) with limestone
tiled floor, range of eye and base level units and
quartz work surfaces. Space for Total electronic
AGA and extractor over, Neff integrated
dishwasher and space for freestanding fridge/
* Large sitting room with exposed beams and brick
fireplace fitted with Stovax woodburner.
* Separate games room/snug.
* Utility room with ground floor shower room and
* Generous master bedroom with fitted wardrobes.
* Three further bedrooms to the first floor.
* Family Bathroom with roll top bath.
The gardens are a particular feature of the property, with the plot measuring approximately 0.4 acre and benefitting from open views over surrounding fields to the rear. The property is set back in its plot and is approached by a private gravel driveway. The generous front garden is bordered by a post and rail fence covered with rambling roses. To the rear the garden is mostly laid to lawn and interspersed with mature trees and shrubs as well as a cut flower/vegetable garden, parterre bed and orchard area with a variety of apple and plum trees. Planning permission (now lapsed) was previously granted for a single detached oak-framed garage to the front of the property.
Note: In accordance with the Estate Agents Act 1979, it is declared that this property is owned by the spouse of one of the partners of
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