Nuthurst Street, Nuthurst, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13
- Timber Framed with Stone and Brick Elevations
- Good Ceiling Heights Given Its Age
- Spacious Detached Annexe
- Open Plan First Floor Accommodation
- Extensive Garaging
- Delightful Gardens
- Garden Office
- Swimming Pool and Tennis Court
- About 4.1 Acres
A delightful character grade II listed period house believed to date from the 17th century or earlier, with many period features. Large detached annexe with extensive garaging. Paddocks. Approximately 4.1 acres. Edge of village in a rural setting.
The property is found in a lovely setting within the popular rural village of Nuthurst. It is approached via an entrance with a five bar gate opening to a wide gravelled parking area.
The house itself is a detached grade II listed property believed to date from the 17th century or earlier with attractive stone elevations to the ground floor and the original timber framing with intricate brick infills above. A storm porch leads to the front door opening to the accommodation which has much character including exposed original beams, latched doors and latticed leaded light windows, mostly with secondary glazing.
Ceiling heights in most rooms are good given the propertys age and the ground floor accommodation includes:
Double aspect Drawing Room with inglenook fireplace.
Spacious Study with fitted bookshelving.
Sitting Room/Dining Room with window and door overlooking the lovely rear gardens, and corner fireplace with log burning stove; opening to:
Kitchen with fitted wood fronted units with tiled work surfaces incorporating a six ring Calor gas hob, electric double oven and twin bowl stainless steel sink unit.
Utility Room with built-in boiler cupboard and shelved larder.
Rear Lobby with further utility areas.
On the first floor the landing has a walk-in airing cupboard and leads to:
Main Bedroom with dressing table alcove, built-in wardrobes and En-Suite Shower Room.
3 Further Bedrooms each with a built-in wardrobe and a vanity unit
ANNEXE AND GARAGE COMPLEX
This is a particular feature of the property as it comprises a large detached building with three open fronted garages and enclose garage/store room. It incorporates a first floor annexe providing additional accommodation or space for home working.
It currently includes an open plan living space with Velux windows to the rear and dormers to the front incorporating a fitted kitchen area with breakfast bar.
Beyond is a double bedroom with eaves storage, and a bathroom with panelled bath and shower over.
GARDENS AND LAND
There are traditional Horsham Stone pathways and a semi-circular rear terrace overlooking the main gardens to the rear which include lawns interspersed and bordered with mature trees and shrub beds and a feature well head.
Integral to the annexe building is a delightful garden room with double doors opening to a raised terrace. Within the garden is a swimming pool with paved surrounds and timber built pool house with filtration unit. A service courtyard lies behind the house with a useful store shed used as a dog/boot room. Adjacent to the garden is a fenced tennis court that requires refurbishment and resurfacing.
Beyond the garden is one large and one small paddock which adds to the setting and is ideal for horse grazing or other rural pursuits. The larger paddock has a separate vehicular entrance drive over the first section of which a neighbour has access to a garage. In all approximately 4.1 acres (1.66 ha).
Local: The property is set in a lovely rural part of West Sussex within the village of Nuthurst, which provides St Andrews Parish Church and The Black Horse public house. The hamlet of Maplehurst is nearby within which is The White Horse public house.
Towns: The market town of Horsham (4.7 miles) provides a wide range of facilities including John Lewis at Home and Waitrose supermarket, Swan Walk shopping centre, a varied restaurant quarter and The Capitol Arts Centre.
Transport: Convenient road communication are available via the A24 and A23, which leads to the M23 and the national motorway network. There is a mainline train service to London Victoria from Horsham.
Schools: Primary/Junior school at Nuthurst, and West Sussex is well served with both private and state schools.
Leisure: Theatres at Chichester, Brighton and Crawley, golf at Mannings Heath and racing at Goodwood, Fontwell and Plumpton. Walking and riding opportunities exist via local public paths including the Downs Link Bridlepath.
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