Findon, Worthing, West Sussex, BN14
£150,000Offers In Excess Of
- Woodland Retreat
- Ideal for Family Camping
- Log Cabin with Verandah
- Central Glade
- Mixed Woodland
- Own Drive
- Mains Water Connected
- Within the South Downs National Park
- Set Back from Main Roads
- Approximately 1 Acre
A perfect private retreat nestling within the South Downs National Park comprising log cabin and open glade. Approximately 1 acre.
A delightful parcel of gently sloping woodland, nestling within the South Downs National Park.
It is approached via its own drive, leading up to a central open glade, which is a haven for wild flowers, and provides an ideal opening for private family camping.
Beyond is a log cabin which is believed to have been built in the 1970s an extended more recently. It is of timber construction and comprises a spacious verandah overlooking the glade with doors leading to a day room, 3.8m x 2.3m with log burner, and a kitchen/mess room, 3.8m x 3.1m with sink unit (not connected).
Other facilities comprise an earth base eco toilet, generator store housing a diesel generator.
The woodland itself comprises a variety of native trees, including over 100 mixed deciduous trees that have recently been planted. It provides an opportunity for enjoying woodland pursuits such as charcoaling (burner not included in the sale).
From the southern edge of the woodland there are lovely views over farmland to Long Furlong and the South Downs beyond. The soil is flint and chalk and the boundaries are unfenced.
In all approximately 1 acre.
Local: Findon Village is approximately 2.5 miles away by road and has a parish church, primary school and a small range of public houses, shops and restaurants.
Towns: Horsham is approximately 15 miles to the north whilst Worthing is approximately 7 miles to the south, both of which have an extensive range of shops, services and amenities.
Transport: The A24 is close by providing a fast route north and south and provides access to the M25 and motorway network to the north. There are mainline railway stations nearby at Worthing, Arundel, Pulborough and Horsham providing access to London Victoria and London Bridge.
Leisure: The property is situated within the South Downs National Park which provides excellent walking and riding via public bridleways and footpaths. There are Theatres at Worthing, Chichester and Horsham. Sailing from numerous points along the south coast, polo at Cowdray Park and Knepp Castle, racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, the former of which is also well known for its Festival of Speed.
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