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Sutton, Near Petworth, West Sussex, RH20

Guide price £2,250,000

4 Beds 3 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: MID150452

PROPERTY FEATURES

  • 3 Reception rooms
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Piggery with 2 bedrooms
  • Traditional barn with storage
  • Covered seating area
  • Gardens
  • In all about 0.73 acres

THE PROPERTY

A substantial, characterful Listed Grade II family house with a range of outbuildings including a converted Piggery which forms a detached two bedroom annex, set in beautiful gardens in a much sought after village Ground Floor: Entrance hall, Kitchen/breakfast room, Drawing room, Sitting room, Study, Dining room, Cloakroom/Utility, Cellar First Floor: Master bedroom with dressing room and bathroom en suite, 3 further double bedrooms, Family shower room, Family bathroom Second Floor: Two storage rooms with planning permission for a dormer window to be added to the south west elevation with the intention of creating further bedroom accommodation Piggery: Kitchen/breakfast room, Sitting room, Double bedroom with shower room en suite, Double bedroom with bathroom en suite, Private garden, Attached store with planning permission to be converted into a study/studio bedroom Outside: Traditional barn with three stores, Boiler room, Covered seating area with electricity and wood burning stove, Gardens including a kitchen garden, cutting garden and walled garden, In all approximately 0.73 acres (0.297 hectares) The Property Sutton Court Farmhouse is an extremely characterful and attractive Grade II Listed house which has been extensively refurbished and updated by the current owners to suit modern family life. Built of stone, brick and part tile hung elevations beneath a clay tiled roof, there is a wealth of period features which have been beautifully maintained. Originally dating from the 17th Century, the house has been extended and changed over time with a later 18th Century addition. The sitting room is one of the oldest rooms in the house and is full of character with exposed beams and a wood burning stove. To the rear of the sitting room is a separated study area with access to the cellar. The adjacent drawing room has a more Georgian influence with high ceilings and a large sash window overlooking the garden. All rooms enjoy lovely views over the attractive gardens and the drawing room, dining room, master bedroom and a further bedroom also have distant views to the South Downs. The light kitchen/breakfast room features a bespoke fitted kitchen with an electric AGA, Neff gas hob, Miele combi oven, granite worksurfaces and French doors. There is ample space for a breakfast table and the current owners also have a small seating area. A spacious dual aspect dining room, with parquet wood flooring and a large feature fireplace, and cloakroom with utility complete the ground floor. There are two staircases which lead to the first floor. The spacious master bedroom suite features large sash windows with a south-westerly aspect and elevated views over the garden and beyond to the South Downs. There is a walk through dressing room with ample storage which leads to a generous bathroom en suite with a central free standing roll top bath and twin sinks. There are three further double bedrooms, a shower room and a spacious bathroom with a separate shower. A further staircase leads to the second floor which is currently used as storage, however, there is planning permission to add a dormer window to the south west elevation. A window already exists on the west elevation and the space is substantial enough for two further bedrooms if desired. The Piggery Sympathetically converted by the current owners, the Piggery now offers a substantial self-contained two bedroom annex with vaulted ceilings and exposed oak beams and underfloor heating. Each bedroom is very comfortable and has en suite facilities, one with a bathroom and one with a shower room. The kitchen/ breakfast room has French doors which lead out onto the garden. The sitting room has oak flooring and a glazed gas fireplace. There is further planning permission to extend through bedroom one in the Piggery to the adjoining period store to extend the accommodation further, if desired, to provide a study/studio bedroom with double doors leading onto the courtyard. Gardens and Grounds The gardens are a particular feature of the property. The main house sits well within the centre of the plot with attractive gardens wrapping around three sides of the property. To the original front of the house is a very private, walled garden which is mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders and well stocked flower beds. Sculptured box plants are scattered throughout the gardens and line the gravel pathway leading to the lane. The L-shaped house forms a courtyard which has been well planted offering an abundance of colour and texture. A pathway leads to a paved terrace with an attractive converted stone and brick outbuilding which now provides a covered outdoor seating area which can be used year round due to the addition of a wood burning stove. The seating area sheltered by a clay tiled roof is well equipped with electricity. Conveniently located close to the kitchen is a raised vegetable and cutting garden stocked with a prolific supply of produce. The northern section of the garden provides a private walled garden and small orchard which is currently used by the occupants of the Piggery. A vine covered pergola provides shade to a large brick terrace which has an intricate parquet design. There are a range of outbuildings, the most significant being a large period barn which has been compartmentalised to provide a boiler room, large store, bin store and garden tool store. The Location Sutton Court Farmhouse is situated within the Conservation Area of the village of Sutton, a much sought after village within the South Downs National Park which has a back drop of the South Downs and offers beautiful countryside for walking and riding. The village has a Church, reputable public house, village hall and bowling green and has a vibrant active community. The towns of Petworth and Pulborough are close by and provide 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. There are excellent recreational facilities in the area 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. There are many footpaths and bridleways in the area for walking and riding. Distances By Road: London 57 miles, Petworth 5 miles, Pulborough 6.5 miles, Midhurst 11 miles, Chichester 12.5 miles, Haslemere 14 miles, Guildford 22 miles By Rail: Haslemere to London Waterloo from 49 minutes, Pulborough to London Victoria from 70 minutes