Guide price £875,000
A beautiful five bedroom, Grade II Listed property believed to be one of the original village houses dating back over 300 years and located on a beautiful mature walled plot of approximately a quarter of an acre. The property retains much of its period charm and character and is situated within easy walking distance of the pretty village centre of Angmering. The accommodation comprises front door to Entrance Hall with cloaks cupboard, door to Cellar and staircase to First Floor Landing. Sitting Room with an attractive arched display recess either side of the chimney breast. The 28ft Dining Room features an Adam fireplace, with Rayburn open grate, and access through to the Amdega Conservatory, which enjoys views over the secluded garden. Steps up to Rear Hall lead into a spacious double aspect Drawing Room with pretty Victorian open fireplace and views of the garden and church beyond. Cloakroom, off the Rear Hall, with low level WC and corner wash hand basin. The Kitchen/Breakfast Room is fitted with a comprehensive range of Shaker style units incorporating inset stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit and built-in appliances. From the Kitchen there is a further area with kitchen units and space for an American style fridge/freezer. There is a separate Utility Room with space and plumbing for appliances. To the first floor, the landing has a shelved cupboard and a door to a staircase providing access to the partially boarded large Attic. The Master Bedroom enjoys stunning views towards the church and is fitted with an excellent range of built-in wardrobes and an adjoining Bathroom with panelled bath, shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Bedroom 2 features an attractive Victorian open fireplace, a fitted wardrobe with small door providing height restricted access to a large Loft Storage/Playroom, which has a vaulted beamed ceiling and an arched window - formerly the hayloft. There are three further spacious Bedrooms all with use of the Jack and Jill Bathroom comprising panelled bath, separate shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Please note that we feel that the former hayloft, Integral Garage and former stable offers the potential to convert into separate accommodation from the main house, subject to any necessary consents. The property overlooks the Village Green with views of St Margaret's Church. It is approached via double wrought iron gates and a brick and cobbled driveway leading to a Carport and the Integral Garage, which was originally the carriage house and a separate former stable/store room. There are two original cast iron hand water pumps. Further access into the main garden is available through double timber gates from Rectory Lane. The delightful, flint walled, south facing garden features sweeping lawns with mature well stocked flower beds. To the rear there is a secluded paved and decked terrace with flower bed, circular raised water feature and a small brick shed. Substantial Outbuildings include Former Stable, with light and staircase to Loft Storage/Playroom, a Large Store with power, light, sink, beamed vaulted ceiling and well pump and an adjacent Garden Store with beamed vaulted ceiling, power and light. The total plot measures just under a quarter of an acre and is all beautifully enclosed by flint walling.
Front door to
Cloaks hanging cupboard, meter cupboard, door to Cellar. Staircase to First Floor Landing.
Shelving, brick flooring.
Windows with shutters to front aspect, arched display recess either side of the chimney breast with fitted cupboard under, wall mounted gas fire with shelf above, radiator.
Window with shutter to front aspect, attractive fireplace, three radiators, glazed door with shutters to
Enjoying a delightful aspect over the rear garden, electric wall heaters, two wall light points, double doors to terrace and garden. Steps up to
Double aspect to side and rear with delightful aspect overlooking the rear garden, pretty fireplace with timber surround and tiled inserts, two radiators.
Low level WC, corner wash hand basin with tiled splashback, tiled flooring.
Fitted with a comprehensive range of Shaker style units, inset stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit, built-in appliances including Lamona four ring gas hob and Zanussi electric double oven, space and plumbing for dishwasher, panelling to walls, beamed ceiling, radiator, step to a further area of Kitchen with additional cupboards and space for American style fridge. From the Kitchen, door to secondary staircase (formerly used by servants) to First Floor Landing.
Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, Ideal gas fired boiler.
First Floor Landing
Shelved cupboard. Door to staircase to partially boarded attic.
Window to side aspect enjoying stunning views over the garden towards the church, excellent range of built-in wardrobe cupboards, two wall light points.
Panelled bath, shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, heated towel rail, radiator, downlighters.
Window to front aspect, attractive fireplace, door to Jack and Jill bathroom. Wardrobe cupboard with sliding door and height restricted access to
Vaulted ceiling, beamed walls, arched window to the side. Power and light.
Jack and Jill Bathroom
Panelled bath, separate shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, radiator, shelved linen cupboard, door to landing.
Double aspect to front and side, radiator.
Window to side aspect with views to the church, built-in wardrobe, bedside cupboard, shelving, radiator.
Window to rear aspect, shelved cupboard.
The property is approached via double wrought iron gates and a brick and cobbled driveway leading to the Integral Garage and Carport. There is a further driveway approached through double gates from Rectory Lane.
Walled front garden with wrought iron railings and roses.
The delightful walled rear garden features sweeping lawns with mature flower beds stocked with rhododendrons, roses, lilac, hydrangeas, lavendar, hostas etc., as well as various mature trees providing seclusion. There is also a paved and decked terrace with flower bed and circular raised water feature, partially enclosed by an old flint wall. Total plot of just under a quarter of an acre.
With up-and-over door.
Adjoining Former Stable
Staircase to Loft Storage/Playroom.
Power and light, sink, beamed vaulted ceiling.
Power and light, beamed vaulted ceiling.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.
Arun District Council, Maltravers Road, Littlehampton. Council Tax Band G
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