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A private and secluded 7.26 acre plot that holds an impressive modern detached house set well back from the road. The property was commissioned by the current owners for their own occupation and is situated on an elevated position with outstanding countryside views.
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A stunning and unique family home, situated in an elevated position with superb accommodation and enjoying miles of truly breathtaking panoramic views that sweeps for miles across the Pulborough Brooks and South Downs. A solid wood storm porch leads to the impressive entrance hall with solid oak staircase. From the entrance hall there are doors to all principle rooms with the principle reception room being located on the eastern wing of the house. This triple aspect room has a feature stone fireplace with a log burner style fire, twin doors to the rear terrace and gardens and a large walk-in bay on the eastern wall, making the most of the stunning views on offer. The dining room benefits from a large south facing bay window and door directly to the kitchen/breakfast room, which is another bright double aspect room with an extensive range of units with oak work surfaces and a central island, double butler style sink, Rangemaster cooker and built-in appliances.
The larder cupboard and utility room are situated off this impressive room. At the rear of the kitchen is a door to the garden room with windows along all three walls creating an incredible sweep of far reaching countryside views. To the rear of the house there is a triple aspect second reception room, a well proportioned study and cloakroom. On the first floor, an impressive galleried landing has doors to all the bedrooms and extending to a spacious galleried living area. The master bedroom suite has a range of fitted wardrobes and a luxury en-suite bathroom/shower room. The guest bedroom also benefits from a luxury en-suite and there are two further double bedrooms on the first floor, along with a luxury bathroom/shower room and a large double linen cupboard.
There are extensive gardens mostly laid to lawn with a substantial terrace surrounding the house and a further raised lawned area at the rear alongside a double garage, workshop and timber shed. The house and gardens are approached via a long sweeping pebbled driveway with turning circle and a pillared entrance with electronic gates. Beyond the gardens are Pulborough Brooks and panoramic views over the south downs, Bury Hill and miles of open countryside and the vendors advice us that Greenaces enjoys fishing rights in the nearby river Arun.
Watersfield is a small village with two Farm shops and approximately 2 miles south of Pulborough, a larger village on the northern bank of the River Arun with a good variety of local shops including Butchers, Greengrocer and, a Public Library, Doctor and Dentist Surgeries, a Tesco store and Sainsbury's. The mainline railway station at Pulborough has connections to London Victoria, London Bridge, Gatwick and Chichester. There are good connections to the national road network as the A29 and A283 cross at Pulborough with the A29 connecting with the A24 at Beare Green for London and the M25. The larger centres of Storrington and Billingshurst are approximately 5 miles distant, with Horsham some 13 miles, Chichester 15 miles and Guildford 23 miles away.
There is a choice of schools within driving distance that include St James, Coldwartham, Dorset House, Great Ballards, Seaford College, Slindon College and St Phillips. Recreational facilities include golf at a number of clubs within easy reach and there is also gliding at the South Downs gliding club, polo at Cowdray Park, racing and flying at Goodwood and sailing at Chichester Harbour. The RSPB centre at Pulborough Brooks offers birdwatching and superb walks over the wetlands.
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