- 4 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- 3 reception rooms
- Floor area 2,685 sq. ft
- Entrance hall
- Sitting room and family room
- Open-plan kitchen and dining room
- Utility room and cloakroom
- Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Guest bedroom with en suite shower room
- 2 further bedrooms and shower room
- Detached double garage, with storage over, single garage and garden store
- Gardens, grounds and summer house
- In about 1.55 acres; EPC: D
Description Located in a rural position, this is an opportunity to acquire a property on the edge of one of the most sought-after parishes on West Sussex / Surrey border. Lurgashall is a beautiful village in the Sussex Weald, sheltered in the north by Blackdown and the Surrey Hills. Lying within the South Downs National Park, the village is of ancient origin.
The most famous resident of Lurgashall was Alfred, Lord Tennyson, who lived at Aldworth House. In many ways the archetypal English village, Lurgashall, with its ancient parish church, is centred around a cricket green in front of the Noahâs Ark village pub, a former brew house and bakery that can trace its origins back to the 16th century. A village shop and Post Office on the green and another at Northchapel provide for daily needs, whilst a wider range of shopping is available at Midhurst, Petworth or Haslemere.
Although relatively rural in nature, the area is well served by road and rail connections. The A286 and A283 provide the north south routes to local destinations, whilst the A3 provides a fast and direct route to London, whilst connecting with the M25 for the main airports and the national motorway network, as well as the M27 in the south. At Haslemere station, there is a fast and frequent service between Portsmouth and London (Waterloo), with journey times to London from around 49 minutes.
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