2 Barnhouse Close, Pulborough
Guide Price £175,000
Marketed by:Comyn & James
143 Lower Street
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- 12ft Double Bedroom
- 19ft Living Room
- Fitted Kitchen & Bathroom
- Share of Freehold
- Private Parking
- Communal Garden
- Central Village Location
- Good Access to Shops & Amenities
- Mainline Station within 1 Mile
- Semi-Rural Village
From the parking area a path way leads to a communal front door with intercom opening into
Communal Hall : With stairs to first floor, meter and water stop cock cupboards. Door to
Reception Hall : Grey laminate oak effect flooring, cupboard with radiator, telephone point and radiator. Wide opening through to
L shaped Sitting Room / Dining Room . : A generously proportioned reception room with outlook to the front, grey oak effect laminate flooring, 2 radiators and tv point. Ample space for dining suite and 2 ceiling light points. Opening through to separate
Kitchen : Well equipped with a range of wall and base units with spaces for cooker, washing machine and fridge freezer. Range of cupboards and drawers, excellent range of work tops with 1 and ½ sink unit, splashbacks and wall mounted gas fired combi boiler. Side aspect with window.
Double Bedroom : Good sized bedroom with grey oak effect laminate flooring and double wardrobe. Dual aspect with radiator and light point.
Bathroom : Vanity unit with sink and storage, bath with wall shower and screen and WC. Part tiled walls, chrome ladder heated towel rail and light point.
Parking : To the front of the property there is parking for the 6 flats and visitors.
Communal Terrace : To the rear of the block is an enclosed terrace and drying area.
Tenure : Lease hold 999 years from 2016 A Share of the Freehold - Barnhouse Lane Management Co.
Service Charge : Quarterly charge of £263.62 (from 2019 statement)
No Ground Rent. Situation : nestling at the end of a no through residential road near the heart of Pulborough, the property is one of 6 in a block within a few minutes' walk of shops and footpaths.
Pulborough village is on the northern edge of the South Downs National Park. The river Arun runs beside the village with the Wild Brooks beyond giving wonderful rural views.
The A29 runs south from Dorking through Pulborough and on to Arundel with the coast approximately 15 miles away.
The A283 runs east/west through the village linking with Petworth, Midhurst and Steyning. Pulborough mainline station has services to Gatwick and London (Clapham Junction and Victoria Station- approximately 80 minutes) and to the south coast including Chichester.
Local amenities include a popular primary school in the village ( with a secondary school at Billingshurst), several churches, Tesco and Sainsbury stores and a wide range of smaller shops and services including a post office, library, hairdressers, restaurants and pubs.
Local sporting facilities include cricket, rugby, football, bowling, golf clubs, tennis, squash and gliding.
Further afield there is sailing at Bosham, Chichester and Itchenor, racing at Fontwell and Goodwood and theatres and cinemas at Horsham and Chichester.
Disclaimer Comyn and James would like to inform all prospective purchasers that these sale details have been prepared in good faith for a fair overall view of the property only and do not constitute part of an offer or a contract. All descriptions of dimensions and areas, reference to condition, permissions, covenants and boundaries are given as a guide and must not be relied on as a statement of fact. No person in the employment of Comyn and James LLP has authority to make any representation or warranty in relation to the property as we have not carried out a structural survey or tested services, appliances, or fittings. Photographs and floor plans show only certain aspects of the property at the time they were taken and it should not be assumed that the property remains exactly as it is shown. There may be a small discrepancy between measurements shown on the floorplan due to Metropix metric conversion. Prospective purchasers should make specific enquiries concerning any matters of particular importance affecting a decision to view or purchase the property and are strongly advised to contact the office regarding the availability of the property before undertaking any journeys and incurring any abortive costs.
Note : Comyn and James wish to point out that the google map marker and street scene may not show the exact location correctly as it will usually show the centre of the property's post code. Every effort has been made to try to ensure that the marker is in the correct place wherever possible. Comyn and James would also point out that Google maps are frequently out of date and do not show the true surroundings. If this is an important factor in a decision to view or purchase then please contact this office for further information and confirmation of the setting.
Referral Fees We may inform (on request) clients and prospective purchasers details of local services. These may include mortgages, conveyancing, general planning advice, surveys and valuations, estate agency services and removals.
Our policy is that we do not take referral fees for these introductions - except under the following circumstances : Should a person (introduced by us) to the mortgage or conveyancing services of London & Country Mortgages (L&C) - L&C will pay us 25% of any payment they receive from mortgage lenders. If that person engages the services of their recommended conveyancer, L&C will pay us £100 plus VAT for each completed sale and/or purchase instruction.
Safeguarding your information Important information regarding cybercrime. It has come to our attention that computer hackers are seeking to target property transactions to access funds. As we understand it, they will either hack a phone, tablet or PC, maybe by sending out a random email which mistakenly gets opened, or even whilst opening a website, which gives them access to that machine.
The reason for us mentioning this is to you is to alert you that once they have gained access, they can monitor email correspondence, without you knowing, throughout a transaction. Then, at a relevant point, e.g. just before exchange of contracts, they can send an email to a client mirroring that of their solicitor asking for funds to be transferred to a certain bank account. That money then, of course, disappears.
Fortunately, we have not had such an instance but, feel it important to highlight the fact that if you do receive an email requesting funds, it is worth double checking with the person concerned by phone that it is genuine and the bank details are correct, before sending money. This could, of course, affect other areas of finance beyond property. Many solicitors are starting to highlight this point now, but for safety, we would urge you to be vigilant and check before sending money or passing on any personal details regarding any bank or credit card information.