4 bedroom detached house for saleTismans Common, Rudgwick, Horsham, West Sussex
- Drawing room
- Dining room
- Sitting room
- Kitchen, breakfast area, conservatory
- Master bedroom with dressing area & en-suite
- 3 Further bedrooms
- Family shower room
- EPC: D
- Various outbuildings
- Triple garage
Greenhurst Farm is a lovely family home situated in a quiet rural location with superb outbuildings and great potential. The house has brick elevations under a pitched tiled roof. Features of note include an open fire in the dining room, beautiful gardens and a range of useful outbuildings. The front door opens to a hallway giving access to the principle reception rooms. The dining room is light and spacious with a large open fireplace and sliding glass doors out on to the sunny rear terrace. The sitting room is open to the kitchen which has an open archway to the breakfast area and has been fitted with a range of base and eye level cupboards, with many of the appliances being built in, including a double oven and dishwasher. Beyond the Kitchen can be found the conservatory, which has double doors out on to the rear terrace and is glazed to three sides. The drawing room has been extended by the present owners to provide a bright and spacious room being triple aspect, again with doors out to the terrace and with a feature fireplace with wooden surround. On the first floor, a central landing area gives access to the bedrooms as well as the family shower room and the loft, which is partially boarded with a drop down ladder and light. The master bedroom has a large picture window with lovely views across the gardens as well as an archway to a dressing area and an en-suite bathroom, which can also be accessed from the hallway.
Greenhurst Farm sits in a rural location 2 miles from the popular village of Rudgwick, with its church, supermarket, post office, pharmacy, two public houses, doctors and dentist surgeries. Billingshurst is approximately 6 miles distant and provides a mainline train service to London Victoria (about 65 minutes) and London Bridge (about 69 minutes). The historic market town of Horsham provides a more comprehensive range of shopping, sporting and recreational facilities. There are a number of good schools in the area both in the state and private sector, notably The Weald, Farlington, Christs Hospital, Cranleigh and Pennthorpe, amongst others.
The property is approached via a gravelled driveway with a central island that is well planted with a variety of shrubs and small trees. The outbuildings lie to the north west of the main house and include a large workshop with central heating, power, light, a cloakroom and a separate office as well as two smaller workshops, both with power and light. There is also a tractor store, tool shed, lawn mower store and a single garage that becomes a double garage at the rear and can be driven straight through, as the driveway continues around the outbuildings. To the rear of the property is a large terrace area ideal for alfresco dining. The gardens surround the house and have been beautifully kept being predominantly laid to lawn with some mature trees and well stocked beds, as well as a pergola with wisteria and trellising with wisteria and clematis. The paddock area lies to the south of the house and is open to the garden. In all there is approximately 4.23 acres.
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