An exceptional and beautifully appointed detached house offering generously proportioned accommodation in an exclusive setting.
Featured in June’s edition of 25 Beautiful Homes and selected for the front cover.
The property stands on this exclusive residential lane which runs down to the village of Walberton. Village facilities include a local pub restaurant and shops. Communications are excellent with a mainline railway station close-by in Barnham with regular services to London Victoria. Walberton lies between Arundel and Chichester, both of which have excellent facilities including shops, restaurants and schools. It is well placed for access to the coast with beaches at Climping and Witterings and also to Goodwood with sporting and other events.
An imposing entrance portico with domed skylight protects the front door opening into
The reception hall
18'11 x 18'1 (5.77m x 5.51m)
Overall measurements. With ornate staircase leading off, galleried landing above, stone effect fireplace with open fire, two central heating radiators and a door to
The cloaks and storage room
With mirror fronted cupboards and a door into
The downstairs cloakroom and WC
With window, wash basin, WC and central heating radiator.
There are double doors off the reception hall into
The elegant garden room
15'6 x 10'11 (4.72m x 3.33m)
With pitched double glazed roof, built‐in display shelving to one wall, central heating radiator and two sets of double doors leading to the garden.
To the other side of the reception hall double doors open into
The superb drawing room
23'8 x 18'11 (7.21m x 5.77m)
An elegant reception room with two south facing windows, two central heating radiators, imposing individual sandstone fireplace with gas effect log burning stove and herringbone brick inset.
There is a door to a lobby, off which is
The second downstairs cloakroom and WC
With window, wash basin, WC and radiator/towel rail.
Off the drawing room is
11'4 x 9'7 (3.45m x 2.92m)
With window overlooking the rear garden, built‐in adjustable book shelves to the whole of one wall, central heating radiator, dark wood effect flooring and a door to
The boot room
9'7 x 6'9 (2.92m x 2.06m)
With rear window, inset sink unit, part glazed door leading outside, built‐in cupboards and further cupboard housing the Worcester gas central heating boiler and water softener.
Double doors from the reception hall open into
The beautifully designed family dining kitchen
27'10 x 18'11 (8.48m x 5.77m)
With log burning stove, inset flat screen TV, underfloor heating, custom built kitchen furniture including fitted drawers and cupboards, two built‐in fridge freezers, illuminated larder unit, central position for a cooker, extractor canopy, large island unit topped with polished stone, inset butler sink, two integrated dishwashers and pull out refuse unit. There is an atrium with electrically controlled skylight, window and door to the front and two sets of bi‐folding doors opening to the garden.
From the reception hall the handmade staircase rises to the first floor.
The galleried landing
With two south facing windows and central heating radiator.
The guest suite
18'11 x 15'7 (5.77m x 4.75m)
Overall measurements. With vaulted ceiling, windows on three sides including short French windows opening to a Juliet balcony overlooking the garden and side door opening to the roof garden. On a raised platform is a freestanding roll top bath with shower attachment, heated towel rail, central heating radiator and a door into
The en suite cloakroom
11'6 x 7'6 (3.51m x 2.29m)
With rear window and central heating radiator.
The laundry room
With sink, plumbing for a washing machine, built‐in cupboard, airing shelving and hot water cylinder to one side.
The master bedroom suite
18'7 x 14'7 (5.66m x 4.45m)
Overall measurements. With raised platform for the bed, two windows to the rear one being short French windows with Juliet balcony, central heating radiator and connecting door to
The en suite bath and shower room
With window to the rear, walk‐in shower, roll top bath, twin bowl wash basin unit, two heated towel rails and extractor fan.
The family bathroom
9'2 x 11'7 (2.79m x 3.53m)
Overall measurements. With walk‐in shower cubicle, freestanding bath with shower attachment, twin bowl wash basin unit, window, heated towel rail and airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
11'7 x 9'1 (3.53m x 2.77m)
With south facing window and central heating radiator.
11'10 x 10'10 (3.61m x 3.30m)
With south facing window and central heating radiator.
The stable door opens into
The open plan living/dining kitchen
18'3 x 9'2 (5.56m x 2.79m)
With windows on two sides, kitchen with stainless steel sink unit, fitted drawers and cupboards, ceramic hob, oven, integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher. There is a connecting door into
The inner hall
With window, plumbing for a washing machine and airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
10'3 x 9'1 (3.12m x 2.77m)
The wet room
With walk‐in shower, wash basin and WC.
18'3 x 7'8 (5.56m x 2.34m)
With double doors, side window, electric light and power and access to a storage loft.
To the front of the property a farm style gate opens onto the broad vehicle drive which sweeps in front of the house providing an extensive area of parking. There is surrounding fencing with beech hedging along the front boundary and an oak tree.
To one side of the property a gate opens onto a flagged pathway leading past the side of the house.
The attractive landscaped gardens
Immediately to the back of the property a flagged terrace providing plenty of room for outdoor dining and a raised sitting out area surrounded by raised planters.
To the other side of the property is access to an outdoor utility area with lots of rooms for log storage and potting and there is a modern timber garden shed in addition.
Beyond the terrace a pathway leads past areas of lawn with shrub and herbaceous beds and an archway trained with apple trees. A gate gives access to the large back garden which is mainly lawned with surrounding fencing and mature trees giving privacy. There is a further shed, covered store for the mower and off the main path a further pathway leads to the art room ideal for use as a home office or studio with light and power.
The property can be approached via the A27 heading east, at the Fontwell roundabout take the second exit onto Arundel Road, at the next roundabout continue along Arundel Road, at the next roundabout take the second exit on to West Walberton Lane and the property is on the left hand side
The property is freehold
Council tax band
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