Oldhouse Farm is a delightful Grade II listed period house, believed to date from the 1500’s with later additions. The property is beautifully presented and sits well within its garden and grounds. Features of note include; original exposed beams throughout, traditional-style kitchen with butler sink, solid wood worktops and oil-fired Aga, internal oak doors, inglenook fireplace and open log store in the drawing room, double aspect reception rooms with views across the beautiful garden, triple aspect sitting room, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and dressing room and four further bedrooms (one with en-suite bathroom), all with views to the farmland beyond.
The gardens are a particular feature of the property and benefit from an east/west aspect. The front is laid mainly to lawn with herbaceous borders and various trees. The rear garden has a raised terrace and an area of lawn, and is well enclosed by mature flower and shrub beds. Beyond the rear garden there is a further lawn area complimented by wild flowers, a variety of trees and shrubs, pond and delightful summer house.
Approached via a long drive and wooden five-bar electric gate, the gravel driveway leads to a timber framed three-bay carport (with open and enclosed bays) providing ample parking. The property is surrounded on three sides by its own fields which are enclosed predominantly by mixed hedgerows, and are bordered on one side by a tributary of the River Adur.
• Entrance hall, Drawing room, Sitting room
• Dining room, Kitchen, Utility
• Master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom
• Study/bedroom, Family shower room
• 3 Further bedrooms (1 with en-suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe)
• 3 Bay car port
• Gardens and grounds approx. 16.27 acres.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 16.27