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Set in a stunning location with views over the South Downs and National Trust fields and woodlands, this four bedroom house is nestled in the centre of its garden of 0.43 of an acre. This family house is in superb decorative order and boasts four en-suite bedrooms, it has generous and well proportioned rooms as well as under-floor heating to both the ground and first floors. Built by the current owners the house offers flexible accommodation over two floors. The house is south facing and benefits from large balconies to both the master and second suite, as well as the upstairs sitting room ensuring that the most is made of the stunning views afforded to this property. Upon entering the property you are greeted by a spacious hallway with a handmade oak staircase. The downstairs is beautifully laid out with stone flooring, in addition to two reception rooms there is a fully fitted study, a downstairs cloakroom and coat cupboard. In addition a downstairs double bedroom, complete with en-suite facilities, offers guest accommodation. The spacious kitchen is fully fitted and includes a butler sink, granite worktops and island unit as well as ample space for a 6 person table. The Heritage range cooker provides all the central heating and hot water. The library, which can also be used for formal dining, is a stunning triple aspect room with tri-folding doors opening to a paved seating area and then into the garden. A marble fireplace and French oak flooring complete this fine room. The main family room boasts a charming inglenook fireplace, complete with a Villager wood burning stove and leads into a conservatory with access to the garden. Dominating the upstairs sitting room are the stunning views over the garden and the South Downs from all aspects. The upstairs sitting room opens onto a large balcony with room for a table and chairs. The first floor has 3 further double en-suite bedrooms. The master bedroom and second suite both enjoy walk in dressing rooms as well as en-suites with a standalone shower and full size bath. There are large balconies to both bedrooms again with views out over the garden and South Downs.
Known as Heath Common, a semi rural area of small private lanes, public footpaths and bridleways, the property is found in a secluded private lane. This area lies approximately 2 miles east of Storrington with its range of local shopping including a Waitrose, restaurants and amenities and a selection of excellent schools for all ages are close by. Nearby Pulborough mainline station provides services to London Victoria (74 minutes), London Bridge (76 minutes) and to the coast. The well regarded West Sussex Golf Course is just 3.5 miles distant.
The house is surrounded by a beautifully maintained mature garden with a variety of trees and shrubs, lawn areas, flower beds and a pond with a jetty and bridge. A woodland area with a thatched gazebo provides for al fresco entertaining. There is also a greenhouse and herb garden. The gravel drive allows for ample parking.
4 Double Bedrooms
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