A detached equestrian property in approximately 3 acres

Westbrook Lea offers attractive and versatile accommodation arranged over a single floor with generous reception rooms ideal for entertaining, including a large drawing room and dining room, each with a fireplace, as well as a separate family room, which has the potential to be a fourth bedroom. From the drawing room the sun room can be accessed which in turn leads through to a changing room/pump room. The conservatory is accessed from the hall, and each room offers light filled space and lovely views over the garden and land. The kitchen also has a garden view and is fitted with a range of oak fronted base and eye level units, and leads through to the very useful utility room. There are 3 bedrooms currently and a generous family bathroom, with the principal bedroom having the benefit of an en suite shower room. A useful bootroom/tack room also leads out to a fenced-in dog area. Agent's Note: The current owner is retaining a block of pastureland and some further outbuildings and stabling situated adjacent to the property. The purchaser/new owner will however be given an opportunity to purchase these facilities and land once the current owner is ready to sell (at a later date). In addition, the parcel of land which is being retained by the current owner will encompass the existing footpath. There will also be a requirement of a right of access over the entrance drive to the property by the current owner.


Westbrook Lea sits in a tranquil rural location set back from other properties and the road and is approached via a shared private driveway. Set in approximately 3 acres, the gardens surrounding the house are mainly laid to lawn with a large patio area, a hot tub and a swimming pool. There is also a traditional Romany caravan adjacent to the house which has an electricity supply to it and could easily be used as additional accommodation or a home office. The equestrian facilities at the property are well maintained with a stable yard consisting of 7 loose boxes, post and railed paddocks with 4 timber clad field shelters, one of which has a concrete base, and a 20m x 40m Pasada surfaced outdoor riding arena. The property is installed with a CCTV system.


The property is located close to the pretty village of Warnham with its traditional village store, two public houses and a butcher’s shop. There are plenty of picturesque walks close by, at both Warnham Nature Reserve and Warnham Deer Park. The historic market towns of Horsham and Dorking are close by and offer a more comprehensive range of shops, restaurants and cultural facilities, including excellent rail connections to London. Road communications are good via the A29 and A24 which lead to the M25, London and the motorway network. There are a variety of well-regarded schools in the local area, including Warnham CE Primary School, Farlington, Tanbridge House School, Christ’s Hospital, Millais Secondary School for Girls and Forest School for Boys.


From Horsham proceed westwards on the A281 Guildford Road, bypassing Broadbridge Heath. After about 1.5 miles beyond Broadbridge Heath, bear right at Clemsfold roundabout onto the A29 northwards towards London. Proceed for approximately 1 mile, and the entrance to Westbrook Hall will be signed on the right hand side. Continue along the drive over the bridge, and bear left away from the Hall. After about 100 metres, turn right, after a short distance, the gated entrance to Westbrook Lea will be reached.

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Other features

  • Family room
  • Drawing room
  • Sun room
  • Conservatory
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Utility
  • Pump room
  • Boot room
  • Principal bedroom with en suite shower room
  • 2 further bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Garden
  • Paddocks, stables, field shelters, outdoor arena

Other details

  • Floorplan
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Ref: HOR160241

Bognor Road, Warnham Horsham West Sussex RH12

Guide Price

Ref: HOR160241

Bognor Road, Warnham Horsham West Sussex RH12

Guide Price