An immaculate 5-bedroom family house set in delightful gardens, with its own tennis court

  • 5
  • D Energy Efficiency Rating

Fishers is a substantial and immaculately presented five bedroom family home offering plenty of light, flexible space for living and entertaining. A bright and welcoming hall gives access to the four reception rooms. Notable is the spacious triple aspect sitting room with its working fireplace and full width glazed patio doors opening onto the large natural stone terraces and rear gardens. Glazed double doors lead from the sitting room into the dining room, and there is a large family room currently used as a library/office. The bespoke kitchen is fully equipped and has ivory painted units with solid oak worktops, and a pantry with an American style fridge freezer and a walk-in larder. There is also a utility and boot room. The kitchen leads seamlessly into the conservatory with doors to the terraces and garden. The ground floor also provides another office, ideal for working from home, as well as a cloakroom. The wide stairs lead, via a half landing to the first floor accommodation comprising a double aspect principal bedroom with ensuite, a double aspect guest double bedroom with ensuite, two further large double bedrooms, a small double bedroom and the family bathroom withan airing cupboard and a separate WC. All the bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The loft is large and boarded.

This property has 0.7 acres of land.


Outside, the house is set back from the road, well screened, and approached over a gravel driveway with an adjacent double carport and ample space for parking. The carport provides vehicular access via double gates to the rear of the property. To the other side of the house there is pedestrian access to the rear. The house has extensive terracing and level lawns. The garden is private and secluded with mature hedging on the boundaries, and largely planted with flowering shrubs for ease of maintenance, including some magnificent rhododendrons. The lawns lead to a greenhouse and fruit and vegetable beds to one side, and to the stable style large outbuilding on the other. The lawns also lead to an excellent hard tennis court, and a separate lawn area with its own patio overlooking the court and the children's play area and with extensive views over open countryside to the Surrey Hills in the distance.


Fishers lies in Cox Green on the edge of the village of Rudgwick. A short walk brings you to the Firebird micro brewery and the Milk Churn coffee shop. Other amenities in the village include local shops, country pubs, GP surgery, dentist and Grade 1 Listed 13th C church. There are several active sports clubs in the village, and the surrounding area comprises miles of beautiful countryside ideal for walking, cycling and riding. Racing at Goodwood and polo at Hurtwood and Cowdray Park are a short drive away. Nearby Cranleigh, which is renowned as being the largest village in England, boasts an excellent range of high-street and independent shops including an M&S Food, restaurants, cafes and pubs, plus a vibrant weekly market. It is also home to a library, an arts centre, a leisure centre and a golf and country club. The historic town of Guildford is easily accessible with its more extensive amenities and fast rail link to Waterloo. Billingshurst and Horsham offer similar facilities including a John Lewis and Waitrose and a rail link to Victoria and London Bridge. There are a number of excellent schools, both state and private, in the area, including Cranleigh School, St Catharine's ,Farlington, Charterhouse, Christ's Hospital, Pennthorpe, Duke of Kent, Longacre and a highly regarded village pre-school and primary school.


From Horsham, take the A281/Bishopric away from the town centre and continue to follow the A281 to the Farthings Hill Interchange. Take the first exit onto the A24/A264 slip road and keep left to leave at the next exit, taking the second exit at the roundabout onto the A264. Continue straight ahead at the next roundabout, and then at the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Five Oaks Road, heading towards Guildford. At the Newbridge Roundabout, take the first exit onto the A281 and then continue to follow the A281 for two miles. Turn right onto the B2128/Church Street, following the sign for Rudgwick, and continue for just over a mile into Cox Green and shortly afterwards you will find the property on your left-hand side. From Guildford, leave the town via the A281 towards Shalford. Proceed on this road through the villages of Wonersh, Shamley Green and Stroud Common and then on to Cranleigh. Continue through Cranleigh and take the B2128 Horsham Road towards Ellen's Green. Keep on the B2128 in the direction of Rudgwick and then after passing the junction with Cox Green Road bear to the left into Church Street. The property can be found on the right hand side.

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Other features

  • Entrance hall
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Family room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Conservatory
  • Office
  • Cloakroom
  • Utility Boot room
  • Principal bedroom with en suite shower
  • 4 further bedrooms, one with en suite shower
  • Family bathroom
  • Separate WC
  • Double car port
  • Outbuilding
  • Tennis court

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Ref: GFD210029

Cox Green, Rudgwick Horsham RH12

Guide Price

Ref: GFD210029

Cox Green, Rudgwick Horsham RH12

Guide Price