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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Codmore Hill, Pulborough, West Sussex

Sold STC £1,500,000

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The Main House
| Grade II Listed Family Home | Believed to Date Back to the 16th Century | Expanse of Exposed Timbers |
| Situated in a Delightful Semi Rural Location | Entrance Hall | Drawing Room with Inglenook Fireplace |
| Dining Room with Inglenook Fireplace | Kitchen | Study with Inglenook| Downstairs Cloakroom |
| Split Level Landing | Master Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom | Guest Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room |
| Two Further Bedrooms | Family Bathroom | Two Second Floor Bedrooms | Shower Room |
The Gardens and Grounds
| Landscaped Formal Front and Rear Gardens | Heated and Covered Swimming Pool | Coach House with Stable Block and Log Store |
| Original Stone Barn Garaging Barn Open Bay Garage Offering Wonderful Ancillary Accommodation Potential (STPP) |
| Two Paddocks | Woodland | Grounds Extend to Approximately 5 Acres | Stunning Far Reaching Views |
| Superb Equestrian Possibilities with Access to Coombelands Gallops and Cross Country Course possible by Separate Negotiation |

Description This delightful Grade II Listed family home, believed to date back to the 16th century, is situated in a semi rural location enjoying stunning views. A lavender lined gravel path leads to the front door and into the spacious entrance hall the main feature being the inglenook fireplace, complemented with an exposed beamed ceiling, quarry tiled flooring and oak latch doors to the principle rooms. The dual aspect drawing room benefits from having an inglenook fireplace with a woodburner and high ceilings with exposed beams. The dining room is also dual aspect and has a woodburner and enjoys stunning views to the front and door leading to the kitchen. The study is of dual aspect and has a woodburner inset in an inglenook fireplace.   There is also a cloakroom and under stairs cupboard with a safe.

. The stairs rise to the first floor with a split level landing and four bedrooms. The master bedroom enjoys views of the garden and an en-suite bathroom. The guest bedroom has an en-suite shower room. The two further bedrooms share the family bathroom. Stairs lead to a second floor with two bedrooms sharing a shower room.

The Gardens and Grounds The lane entrance is from two electric five bar gates opening onto a gravel parking area which overlooks the front garden and the former coach house.   The garden area has stone paved terrace's and pathways around the lawns, being well maintained with plants and shrubbery and two working Wells. The coach house forms part of an original outbuilding with stone walls and pitched clay tile roof with a stable with three boxes and an attached log store. The building has power and water supplies, The driveway continues up to a walled courtyard and a substantial barn, currently used as garaging and storage. Set to one side are footings of an old barn currently housing a vegetable plot. Set in the rear garden is the heated swimming pool measuring 5mx3m (30ftx15ft) with Roman. The pool can be used all year round with a heating system and sliding glass enclosure to also enjoy the warmer weather. The land is divided into two main paddocks and an area of mature woodland.

. The grounds have gated access directly onto the Coombeland gallops and cross country course which can be arranged by separate negotiation.

Situation Set in an outstanding rural position surrounded by beautiful countryside and down a country lane. The property lies in the depth of the Sussex countryside between the villages of Pulborough, Billingshurst and Wisborough Green, providing local shopping facilities and a range of private and public schooling for all ages. Stations at both Pulborough and Billingshurst provide rail service to London (Victoria/London Bridge). Sporting and recreational facilities in the area include golf at Pulborough and West Chiltington, Polo at Cowdray Park, racing at Goodwood, Fontwell and Brighton, and over the surrounding countryside there are many miles of beautiful walks and rides to several local pubs. The property's superb rural location combined with its accessibility to a wide range of facilities and communications create a unique opportunity to acquire a delightful rural retreat.

Services Mains water, oil fired central heating, private drainage. The property falls under the control of Horsham District Council (01403) 215100. Council tax band G.

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Added on Rightmove:
20 March 2012

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