Guide price £1,385,000
A family house with stables and paddocks in a much sought after Downland village. Ground Floor: Entrance hall, Drawing room, Dining room, Sitting room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Conservatory, Utility room, Cloakroom First Floor: Master bedroom with bathroom en suite, 3 further double bedrooms, Bathroom, Shower room Second Floor: 2 double bedrooms, Bathroom Outside: External stairs to cellar, Double garage with boarded loft area above, Workshop/store, 3 stables, Parking, Dog run, Gardens of about 0.797 acres, Paddock of about 3.263 acres, In all about 4.060 acres The Property Nether Hoyle was a working cattle farm in the 1800s but was split up in the 1950s and subsequently extended. The current owners reconfigured Nether Hoyle to provide a good sized family house. The property is built of brick elevations with cedar cladding to the upper elevations beneath a clay tiled roof. The spacious drawing room has a large open fireplace and is triple aspect, offering lovely views over the gardens. The cosy sitting room has views to the front and rear gardens and leads to the kitchen/breakfast room which has a range of bespoke pine built in wall and base units, an LPG Aga and a conservatory. A dining room, utility room and cloakroom complete the ground floor. The cellar was originally accessed internally, however this was later blocked up in lieu of an external staircase. The first floor landing has views to the west and leads to a generous, triple aspect master bedroom with fabulous views and a bathroom en suite. In addition, there are 3 further bedrooms (1 currently used as an office), a family bathroom and a separate shower room. A further staircase rises to the second floor where there is a bathroom and 2 further double bedrooms, both with elevated views over fields to the Downs beyond. Gardens and Grounds The gardens wrap around the house and are mainly laid to lawn interspersed with mature trees, shrub and herbaceous borders. There are a selection of fruit trees, including apple, pear and fig, as well as a specimen Indian Bean tree. There are terraces to the southern and western sides of the house, ideal for entertaining and outdoor dining with lovely views over the adjacent countryside. There is a Wendy house, timber garden store and a dog run. A shared tarmacadam drive leads down the side of the property to a double garage with 2 up and over doors and a large, boarded storage area above. To the rear of the garage is a useful workshop/ store with a door leading through to the garden. Across from the garage is a stable block with 3 stables, a small area of hardstanding to the front and a gate into the paddocks. The Land The land is situated adjacent to the stable block and comprises a 3.26 acre field, fully rabbit proofed and divided into 2 paddocks with a water supply and a field shelter. The Location Nether Hoyle is situated within the environs of the popular village of Heyshott, which has a pub, church, village hall and farm shop. The village lies within the South Downs National Park and has the back drop of the South Downs, therefore there are wonderful views all around the village and many footpaths and bridleways directly from the house for walking and riding. The town of Midhurst is close by and provides for most everyday needs, whilst Guildford in Surrey and the Cathedral city of Chichester, both with renowned Theatres, are within easy reach and have more extensive shopping and leisure facilities. The A3 provides fast access to London, the motorway network, Gatwick, Heathrow and Southampton airports, whilst the mainline station at Haslemere provides a fast service to London Waterloo. The surrounding area has much to offer with Polo at Cowdray Park, racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, golf at Cowdray Park, Goodwood, Pulborough and Liphook, motor racing at the Goodwood circuit and sailing out of Chichester Harbour and other centres along the South Coast. By Road: London 57 miles, Midhurst 3 miles, Petworth 6 miles, Haslemere 10 miles, Chichester 12 miles, Guildford 27 miles By Rail: Haslemere to London Waterloo from 49 minutes Services: We have been advised by our clients that the property has mains electricity, water, LPG Propane Gas for central heating & AGA and mains drainage. None of the services have been tested. Local Authority: Chichester District Council. Tax Band: G Agent's Note: According to Ordnance Survey maps, a public footpath crosses the paddock, however it has long been out of use. We are obliged to disclose that the vendor of this property is a member of staff at Jackson-Stops, Midhurst.
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