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Lower Jordans Lane, Gay Street, Pulborough, RH20

Guide price £1,350,000

4 Beds 2 Baths 3 Receptions

REF: ARU200030

Gay Street, Pulborough


  • Entrance Hall, Cloakroom
  • Sitting Room, Double aspect Dining Room, Vaulted Garden Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room
  • First Floor - Bedroom 1 with En-suite Bathroom, Further double Bedroom, Family Bathroom
  • Second Floor - 2 Bedrooms
  • Detached Annexe with Garaging, Studio, ground floor Kitchen/Dining Area,
  • separate Shower Room and stairs to two interconnecting Bedrooms
  • Beautiful grounds and gardens of approximately one acre
  • Driveway with ample parking


An attractive Grade II Listed detached property, believed to date back to the 1630's and located in a beautiful semi rural location on the edge of the South Downs National Park. This house retains much of its charm and character with exposed beam and inglenook fireplaces, whilst offering versatile accommodation over three floors in the main house, with the addition of a detached two storey Annexe. The accommodation comprises to the ground floor, a welcoming Entrance Hall with oak flooring, cloaks cupboard and feature bread oven and Cloakroom. Double doors lead through to a charming Sitting Room with inglenook fireplace and exposed timber beamed ceiling. There is a rear door to the garden and a oak staircase to the first floor. A double aspect Dining Room with exposed timber beams, further inglenook fireplace with stone surround and doorway through to a wonderful oak framed vaulted Garden Room with slate flooring, underfloor heating and magnificent aspect over the cascading ornamental ponds. There is a wonderful Kitchen/Breakfast Room with a range of base units, granite worktops, butler sink, Aga, integral dishwasher and oak flooring. This room in turn leads onto a useful separate Utility Room with space and plumbing for appliances and a door onto the rear garden. To the first floor there is a vaulted landing with exposed beams and a further staircase to the second floor. The main Bedroom has built-in wardrobes with a well appointed En-suite Bathroom with a double ended bath, granite surround, vanity unit with inset sink and a WC with concealed cistern. There is a further double Bedroom again with built-in wardrobes and a stylish Family Bathroom with a corner, shower cubicle and a WC. To the second floor, a landing with exposed beams leads to two further Bedrooms with exposed timber beams. There is a substantial detached Annexe with Garaging, Studio and Kitchen/Dining Area with separate Shower Room. Stairs leading to the first floor where there are two interconnecting Bedrooms with Velux windows. Attached to the rear of this building is a bicycle and log store. The beautiful grounds and gardens measure approximately one acre and comprise of carefully landscaped formal lawn areas, wildflower gardens, mature flower and shrub borders, paved sun terraces, a series of ornamental ponds with water feature. There is a formal walled lawn with gate to a bridleway and a paved sun terrace for entertaining. Steps lead up past a series of ponds to a bespoke pergola with stone pillars. Beyond is an extensive area of lawn with a hidden seating area overlooking a vineyard. Densely screened borders provide a good degree of privacy and seclusion. There is a sizeable vegetable garden with greenhouse. The front gate opens to a spacious driveway with ample parking. *** This wonderful property was featured in the BBC1 program 'Escape to the Country' on Tuesday 10th September at 3.00pm ***