A picturesque, Grade II Listed property with paddock, equestrian facilities, on the outskirts of the sought after village of Partridge Green.
Understood to have origins dating back to the 17th century, Yew Tree Cottage is a period property full of character and charm including exposed timbers, beams and brickwork, and wood latch doors, but would benefit from some modernisation. The dual aspect dining hall has an impressive Inglenook fireplace complete with bread oven and wood burning stove. The triple aspect sitting room also has an Inglenook but with an open fire, and the former animal store is now a useful library/study area with vaulted ceiling and glazed door to the garden. At the rear, the dual aspect kitchen has a range of fitted units and access to the garden.
On the first floor the spacious landing has built-in wardrobe cupboards providing ample storage. The larger of the three bedrooms has a vaulted ceiling and exposed, painted brickwork and part wood panelled walls. The other double bedroom is dual aspect with a vaulted ceiling, whilst the third bedroom has a built-in wardrobe and chest of drawers.
This property has 1.05 acres of land.
The property is approached via a wooden 5-bar gate to the gravel drive which, along with the garage, provides ample parking. The gardens are enclosed by mature hedging providing privacy and seclusion, enjoy far reaching views to the South Downs, including Devils Dyke, and are mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders to the front garden area, and climbing roses and wisteria adorning the front elevation of the property. To the right hand side there is a natural dew pond and, to the left, a small orchard of fruit trees, with a paved terrace at the rear.
The stable yard comprising 2 stables, tack room and hay/feed store, has a concrete base and a metal 5-bar gate providing access to the adjoining enclosed paddock.
The property is located on the outskirts of the popular village of Partridge Green, which offers shops for everyday needs as well as a popular village pub, The Partridge, which serves beer from the acclaimed Dark Star Brewery; also located in the village.
For more comprehensive shopping and recreational amenities, Horsham and Brighton are both easily accessible by road. A variety of sporting activities are also on offer with show jumping at Hickstead, racing at Goodwood, Brighton and Plumpton, golf at Mannings Heath and Cottesmore; and Horsham Sports Club for cricket, hockey and tennis. The South Downs National Park, provides many miles of beautiful walks and bridleways and a regular mainline train service to both London Victoria (about 55 minutes) and London Bridge (about 57 minutes), runs from Horsham.
There are also a number of schools in both the state and private sector nearby, including Ashurst Church Aided Primary School, Hurstpierpoint College, Burgess Hill School for Girls, Steyning Grammar School, Windlesham House and Brighton College.
From Horsham head south on the A24/Worthing Road, crossing straight over at the junction with the A272 and then take 1st left onto the B2135 (signposted Partridge Green). Continue on this road to Partridge Green and the property will be found on your left hand side, about 0.4 miles after the left hand turn to the High Street.Read all
- Dining Hall
- Sitting Room
- 3 Bedrooms
- Stable block with 2 stables, tack room and feed store
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