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Near Petworth, West Sussex, West Sussex, RH20


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  • 3 Bedroom Cottage
  • 4 Bedroom Cottage
  • 1 Bedroom Flat
  • Period Barn
  • Modern Barn
  • Stable Yard
  • In All About 13.2 Acres

An opportunity to purchase a small estate with excellent potential to improve and re-develop, in a sought after hamlet within the South Downs National Park. There are far reaching views to the south, two cottages, further ancillary accommodation and various buildings set within approximately 13.2 acres.

The properties are situated in a enviable location within the hamlet of Hesworth Common, set within the South Downs National Park.

Rew Cottage is believed to have been built in the mid 1950’s and is a timber framed and clad Colt House. This is an exceptionally rare opportunity to build a bespoke house within the South Downs National Park, subject to any necessary consents. The plot does benefit from fantastic views through about one hundred and eighty degrees to the south and west over undulating farmland towards the South Downs. Adjacent to Rew Cottage is a pretty courtyard of Grade II listed, period buildings comprising Hesworth Cottage, which was formerly a pair of cottages, dating back to the 17th Century, constructed of stone and brick beneath a clay tiled roof. At ninety degrees to Hesworth Cottage is a stone built barn, believed to date to 18th Century, with part of the first floor converted to an ancillary flat, and an adjoining single storey building. This was formerly utilized as stables and is currently used as workshops and storage forming the third side of the courtyard.

In addition to these buildings there is also a large modern agricultural barn, stable yard and swimming pool. Within the fields towards the southern end of the property there is what remains of a large cow shed.

Rew and Hesworth Cottages would suit a variety of uses, subject to any necessary consents, including occupation by two or more generations of a family or as a fantastic home with substantial income potential. Whilst the property now requires work it offers fabulous potential in an incredible setting, with the gardens and grounds extending to approximately 13.2 acres.

Branch Information

Stratton House
57 Lower Street
RH20 2AZ

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