Rosewarne Spring Lane, Horsham
Guide Price £975,000
74 High Street
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An imposing mid-Victorian; 1860's, detached house which we understand was formerly a Public House; The Station Inn, and converted many years ago. Situated towards the end of a country lane within 200 yards of the old railway line, which now forms part of the South Downs link. The property is located on the outskirts of the pretty village of Slinfold which has a shop/Post Office, Primary school, village hall and the Red Lyon pub. There are main-line stations at Billingshurst, Horsham and Christs Hospital, all of which are just over 4 miles distant, offering a fast and frequent service to Victoria and London Bridge. Slinfold also has a bus service into Horsham. The property has been extended over the years and now provides bright and spacious accommodation which includes: entrance hall with cloakroom, understairs cupboard leading to cellar, double aspect sitting room with attractive open fireplace, study which again is double aspect and enjoys countryside views. The kitchen/breakfast/family room which has been enlarged, featuring an attractive fireplace with a wood burning stove. The well fitted kitchen has a built-in oil fired Rayburn (which also does the central heating), and dishwasher and hob. The family room has double doors out to a patio and garden and there is a separate utility room. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, three of which are double aspect with the master bedroom having an en-suite shower room. There is a further family bathroom complete with bath and shower. Outside, the property sits on a mature plot extending to approximately 0.3 of an acre with a large terrace, sweeping lawns with well stocked flower beds and a timber summerhouse/workshop, detached garage and open fronted Barn style garage. There is also the potential to extend into the roof.
Part glazed, wide front door to:
Double radiator, understairs cupboard with access to cellar.
White suite comprising: low level w.c., wash hand basin
with storage below, part tiled walls, radiator, tiled floor.
A lovely double aspect room overlooking the garden with attractive brick open fireplace with tiled hearth.
Double aspect with views over the garden and adjoining countryside to the front, fireplace with wood burning stove.
With fireplace and wood burning stove, double radiator, square arch to:
Range of 'Shaker' style units, built-in oil fired Rayburn which is also for the central heating, built-in 'Miele' dishwasher, inset sink with 'Quooker' hot water tap, wall cupboards, granite work tops, 'Miele' two-ring electric hob, recessed spots, tiled floor, square archway to:
Double doors to terrace and gardens. Tiled floor with underfloor heating.
Work top with inset circular sink, wall-cupboards, space and plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor, stable door to outside.
Staircase from Entrance Hall to:
First Floor Galleried Landing
Double aspect with views over adjoining countryside, double radiator, attractive Victorian fireplace, door to:
En-suite Shower Room
Tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c., double radiator, tiled floor. Fitted, part-mirrored cupboards with storage space above.
Double aspect overlooking the gardens and surrounding countryside, radiator, wash hand basin with tiled splash back.
Double aspect overlooking the gardens, double radiator.
Built-in wardrobe/ airing cupboard and adjacent shelved recess; radiator and underfloor heating.
White suite comprising: low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, bidet, panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, tiled shower cubicle with hand held shower and overhead shower, part tiled walls. Radiator and underfloor heating.
There is a five bar gate leading to a gravelled driveway with parking for a number of vehicles which also leads to an open fronted double barn style garage. There is a further gravelled driveway on the other side of the property with a detached garage. The delightful mature gardens primarily are laid to lawn with well stocked flower beds, maturing trees and shrubs, underplanted with spring bulbs. There is a terrace at the rear of the property with timber summerhouse/workshop, approximately 14' x 12', with light and power.
Storrington – adjoining South Downs National Park