A 35.6 acre small farm/equestrian property with
extensive buildings on freedraining Lower Greensand farm
A five bar gate opens to a drive, the single storey residence to the south set in an attractive garden with parking to the front. The accommodation offers spacious rooms. A porch and front door lead to the hall with a study and cloakroom/shower room off. Bi-folding doors open to the main living space which has a brick fireplace with wood burning stove and large bay window with built-in seat. There is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room with pine fronted units with a utility room, cloakroom and boot room beyond.
An inner hall with built-in airing cupboard and further cupboard provides access to the main bedroom suite with dressing room and en-suite shower room, 2 further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
There is a door to a double carport and an internal staircase to a first floor studio with stunning views.
THE BUILDINGS AND LAND
The buildings are served by yards on 2 levels and include portal framed enclosed Atcost barn divided into an indoor riding arena with rubber and sand surface and lean-to either side, 1 divided into 7 stables and tack room and the other 7 stables with lock-up store. Beyond is a former cow kennel building used for livestock accommodation. The lower yard serves a 4-bay concrete framed barn with 4 internal stables, stock yard and a first floor office; and a 5-bay steel framed open fronted hay/machinery barn.
The buildings cover a total of approximately 19,824sq.ft. (1,842 sq.m.). There is also a 60m x 20m fenced outdoor arena with all weather rubber and sand surface.
The land block to the east and north and is divided into pasture paddocks with a circular gallop, and woodland copse. The soil is predominantly freedraining Lower Greensand. In all approximately 35.6 acres (14.41 ha).
The farm is found in a lovely rural location on a sandstone ridge with exceptional views in all directions from various parts, particularly to the South Downs. It is tucked away, south of West Chiltington, Pulborough and Storrington, both offer excellent local shopping and amenities and Pulborough has a mainline station to London Victoria. Towns in the area include Horsham, Chichester and Worthing. Local amenities include direct riding onto an adjoining public bridlepath, and riding on the South Downs. There is the nearby Point-to-Point course at Parham, horse racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, polo at Cowdray and Knepp Castle, golf at the nearby West Sussex course, Festival of Speed at Goodwood, and theatres at Chichester, Brighton and Horsham. It lies just outside of the South Downs National Park.