Batbrooks Farm House is a picturesque house of period origin with later sympathetic additions. Internally, the house has a lovely homely feel and provides light and well-arranged accommodation over three floors.
Features within the house include a welcoming entrance hall with part exposed brick and flint walls, a parquet floor and pretty fireplace with wood burning stove in the drawing room, a generous dining room again with a fireplace flanked on either side by display alcoves, a substantial timber framed double glazed conservatory and a charming study. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of bespoke units with granite work surfaces and includes a two-oven Aga. Adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room is a charming library/snug with extensive book shelving. There is a utility/boot room and a walk-in larder. Arranged over the first and second floors are five bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms and a large dressing room. From the property there are some lovely views to the South Downs.
The property is approached via a gravel carriage driveway with a central lawn. The principal garden lies to the rear of the house and has been beautifully landscaped over the years. Adjacent to the kitchen/breakfast room and conservatory is a paved seating area.
The garden includes a kitchen garden with beds, a fruit cage and greenhouse. There is a small orchard with apple, plum and cherry trees. There is a double garage, log store and timber stable block which is in need of some repair.
Beyond the stable block is a substantial garden store and a store cabin. Bordering one side of the garden is the property’s paddock area. In all about 2 acres. Lot 2 (outlined in blue on the plan) A separate parcel of land lying just to the north east of Lot 1 and comprising an area of field. About 1.5 acres.
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Lot Acres: 2