Stunning Barn Conversion | Over 2500 sq ft | ¼ acre Plot | Impressive Reception Hall | Downstairs Master Suite | Mezzanine Staircase | High Ceilings | Beautifully Landscaped Gardens | Vegetable Beds | Open Side, Oak Framed Barn | Electric Gate | Driveway & Parking | Agricultural Surroundings | Gatwick Airport: 4 Miles | Surrey & West Sussex Border
*** From £750,000 to £800,000 ***
Located down a private road leading to a local farm, Moat Barn is a stunning conversion that has remained under the same ownership since its completion in 2001.
On the edge of Horsham district, in the Ancient Ifield Wood area, Moat Barn stands proud in a tucked away position surrounded by agricultural farmland and buildings, woodland, public footpaths, and open fields.
Semi-rural yet on the doorstep of Charlwood Village, Horsham and Crawley Towns as well as being a short drive to Gatwick Airport. It’s a fantastic location for maximum privacy.
The layout has been well designed to maximise the space, giving great ceiling heights throughout, over 2580 square feet on offer, that’s not including the internal floor space of the outside open sided barn and storage area.
The grand entrance hall has a two storey vaulted ceiling with a mezzanine staircase giving an instant assurance this is a very unique, exciting property the moment you walk through the front door, an impressive entrance and an equally impressive reception area.
The half landing leads to a bridge that spans the reception hall between bedrooms two and three.
Outside the gardens are mature, well maintained, and well stocked with a large variety of exotic evergreens, perennials, trees and shrubs. There are many different areas to enjoy which is important when a garden is south/west facing to make sure you have sun and shade all day.
The most prominent features are the large veranda, the circular lawn, a large patio and the Norman, listed moat (ancient monument). The hidden vegetable/fruit/herb garden will also put a smile on your face as you explore everything Moat Barn has to offer.
A recently constructed, open-sided oak barn. Spanning approximately 350 square feet currently offers al fresco dining under mood lighting regardless of the weather. At one end of the barn, tucked away is an 11’6 x 10’8 enclosed storeroom and both areas have power and light.
The Norman moat is not part of the property but it can be admired for the wildlife it encourages and is listed with English Heritage as an ancient monument. More details on the history of this wonderful setting can be shared on viewings.
There is apparently lapsed planning for a detached double garage which one believes would be quite straightforward to re-invoke although subject to the local authorities’ processes and fees. Please perform your own due diligence checks.
Other Information (as advised by the seller*)...
Parking Arrangements: Driveway
Council Tax Band: G
Age of Boiler: Circa three years
Age of Windows: When constructed
Property Built: 2001 - Barn Conversion
Potential to add value/extend (stp): Possible
Loft: None due to vaulted ceilings (eaves storage)
Plot Size: 0.26 acres (According to Land Insight)
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Garden Direction: South
Services: Heating (Oil Fired), Septic Tank
Local Authority: Horsham DC
Vendors position: Yet To Find
Agent: Nick Bevan & James Gordon
*Please verify these details through the conveyancing process
*All distances or travel times are based on Google Maps