- Spacious and flexible accommodation
- Lovely views over gardens and beyond
- Possible self-contained annexe
- Consent for garage & tennis court
- Paddock and stables
- 3 acres
- Within the National South Downs Park
A substantial country house set in a private, elevated position in the heart of the village, adjacent to farmland. The charming property dates from the 1930ís when it was originally built as a coach house and accommodation to the neighbouring house, Trofts. It was converted into a family house many years ago has attractive, wisteria clad, external elevations under a pitched roof covered with clay tiles and also includes a clock tower and weather vane. The very spacious and flexible accommodation includes good ceiling heights and large windows and also offers the opportunity for enlargement or re-organisation and could easily provide a self-contained ground floor annexe. There are lovely views overlooking the gardens and grounds and also, from parts, some far reaching rural views towards the South Downs. The accommodation includes, on the ground floor, a large dining hall, sitting room, family room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, 2nd kitchen, bathroom, garage and workshop and, on the first floor, a drawing room, master bedroom, guest bedroom with en suite bathroom, 4 further bedrooms, a study/bedroom 6, bathroom and cloakroom. The house is approached over a shared drive that opens into the gravel entrance drive providing extensive parking and leading to the garage. The mature gardens and grounds provide a superb setting and include, at the rear, a large terrace, heated swimming pool and formal rose garden. On the west side are large areas of lawn with mature trees, shrubs, hedgerows and also a fruit garden. Beyond the garden are two fenced paddocks and a stable block providing 3 loose boxes with a tack room. In all extending about 3 acres. In addition, planning consent has been granted for the erection of a triple garage with games room above and a hard tennis court. Chichester District Council Application Nos PW/10/01428/DOM and PW/09/03672/FUL.
Upper Mead is located in the heart of the popular village of Byworth, within the South Downs National Park and close to the historic town of Petworth with shopping for every day needs and Petworth House and Park. Pulborough (4.5miles) has more shopping facilities, a mainline station (to Victoria and London Bridge) and The West Sussex Golf Club. Midhurst (about 8 miles) has further shopping facilities and polo and golf at Cowdray Park, there is also a health club at The Spread Eagle Hotel. Haslemere (about 12 miles) also has a mainline station (to Waterloo). Goodwood (about 11 miles) has horseracing, motor racing, golf and a health club. Chichester (about 15 miles) has more extensive shopping facilities and the Chichester Festival Theatre. Guildford (about 23 miles) and London (about 50 miles) are accessed via A283/A3.
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