A Grade II Listed, detached, two-bedroom barn conversion set in just under 3 acres, close to the Sou
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Oak Barn is an attractive Grade II listed barn conversion offering well-presented accommodation which has been sympathetically converted to combine the amenities of modern living with a wealth of retained period features including exposed timber throughout.
The ground floor accommodation features an open plan sitting room/dining room/kitchen with a stunning vaulted ceiling, bi-fold doors to the rear terrace, flagstone flooring and two staircases to either side of the main entrance leading to the first floor mezzanine area. The open plan living area links seamlessly throughout, creating the perfect family and entertaining space. The sitting room boasts a large feature wood-burning stove, and the kitchen provides a range of bespoke wall and floor units, large central island, double stove, modern integrated appliances and a bespoke window seat overlooking the rear garden.
The first floor is split into two bedroom areas with the principal bedroom featuring sky lights, exposed timbers and an en suite bathroom with free-standing roll top bath to one side, and the second bedroom with its own contemporary-styled en suite wet room to the other. A study area completes the first floor accommodation.
This property has 2.7 acres of land.
The property is approached via a concrete courtyard which provides ample private parking and gives access to the external store.
The rear garden features a gravelled terrace area which overlooks the vegetable garden and can be accessed from the ground floor of Oak Barn, providing the perfect spot for al fresco dining. Beyond is a large lawn and paddock area bordered by mature shrubs and specimen trees with views over surrounding countryside and to the South Downs.
The rural hamlet of Cootham offers a range of day-to-day amenities including a public house, village hall, gliding club and regular bus service to Pulborough railway station. The property lies at the foot of the South Downs National Park which provides many miles of spectacular walking, cycling and bridle paths. The nearby villages of Storrington and Pulborough offer a range of facilities including a Waitrose supermarket and a variety of local shops and businesses. For more comprehensive shopping and recreational needs the seaside town of Worthing and the historic market town of Horsham are just under 11 miles and 16 miles distance respectively.
Communications links are excellent with the nearby A24 giving access to the coast and national motorway networks. Pulborough station is about 3.8 miles away, providing services to London Victoria in about 77 minutes. The area offers an excellent selection schools including Storrington Primary School, Steyning Grammar School, The Weald School, Windlesham House, Seaford College, and Dorset House.
From Horsham head south on the A24 towards Worthing. After about 10.5 miles, at Washington Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Storrington Road (A283), then after 2.1 miles at the roundabout take the 1st exit onto Storrington Road/A283 (which becomes Washington Road then Pulborough Road), passing through the village of Storrington. After 1.6 miles turn right. Oak barn can be found after about 0.2 miles.Read all
- Open plan sitting room/dining room/kitchen
- Principal bedroom with en suite bathroom
- Second bedroom with en suite shower room
- Study area
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