Stane Street, Billingshurst, West Sussex, RH14
£700,000Offers In Excess Of
- Scope for Modernisation
- Attractive Gardens
- Garage and Sheds
- Pasture Paddock
- Subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Restriction
A conveniently located smallholding with excellent access and set well back from the road down a tree lined drive, situated on the outskirts of Billingshurst with detached brick and tiled bungalow and approximately 3.3 acres of land.
The property is approached via a five bar gate leading to its own drive, which, as it's name suggests is lined with lime trees.
The bungalow is set well back from the road and has brick elevations under a tiled roof with part tile hanging to the gables and double glazed UPVC windows. It has generally been well maintained, although there is scope for modernisation. The front door leads to:
Entrance Hall with built in coats cupboard, beyond which lies a spacious L shaped sitting room.
Sitting Room with sliding patio doors overlooking the garden with a rural outlook beyond.
Separate Dining Room with archway to:
Kitchen with built in larder.
Utility Room with built in broom cupboard and built in airing cupboard.
Inner Hall with built in linen cupboard leading to:
3 Bedrooms all with built in/fitted wardrobes.
Rear Hall with door to outside and providing access to:
Shower Room housing the oil fired boiler.
NOTE: A planning condition of the original consent for the bungalow
(reference number BL/13A/61) which states that the occupation of the dwelling ...
shall be limited to persons employed, or last employed locally in agriculture as defined
in section 119 (1) of the Town and Country Planning Act, 1947, or in forestry,
and the dependants of such persons.
The driveway terminates in a good size parking area to the front of the bungalow, and on the other three sides there is a lawned garden with a rockery feature with ornamental fishpond and fountain. In addition there is a timber garden shed and domestic greenhouse, and beyond a single garage and two further store sheds.
The land lies adjacent to the drive and mainly comprises an attractive pasture paddock. In all approximately 3.3 acres (1.33 ha).
Local: Billingshurst village centre (1.2 miles) with a range of local shops, supermarket, public houses, restaurants, doctor surgery and library.
Towns and Cities: Horsham (6 miles), Haslemere (16 miles), Chichester (24 miles) and London (approximately 40 miles).
Transport: Billingshurst railway station with services to London Victoria and London Bridge. A29/A24 and A23 to London, Gatwick Airport and the national motorway network.
Schools: Billingshurst Primary School and the popular Weald Secondary School, and a variety of private schools in the area.
Leisure: Southdowns National Park for walking and riding, cross country schooling course at Coombelands Equestrian at Pulborough, horse racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, polo at Cowdray and Knepp Castle, golf at the West Sussex Course at Pulborough, Slinfold and other local courses, the Festival of Speed at Goodwood, and a theatres at Horsham, Guildford and Chichester.
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