Senior Sales Negotiator, Residential SalesGuildford Estate Agents & Professional Services
Denne Park House is a Grade II Listed former country house which has been converted into 16 apartments, and is accessed via a stunning treelined driveway. The apartment can be found on the second floor and is well laid out with bright and spacious accommodation. The reception rooms can be accessed from the hallway, with the large open plan sitting/dining area being the hub of the home. There is a woodburning stove at the sitting room end and large windows and a set of French doors leading out to the balcony which allow plenty of natural light into this living space. The kitchen is across the hall and is well appointed with plenty of base and eye level units, with painted fronts in an attractive light green, black granite work tops, a Butler's sink and built-in oven, induction hob and extractor fan. There is also space for a freestanding island unit. A very useful study, ideal for working from home, also has the benefit of a built-in pulldown bed. The apartment also has 3 bedrooms accessed from an inner hallway, as well as a family bathroom. The family shower room is located off the main hall and works well as a guest cloakroom.
Denne Park House is located in beautifully maintained gardens and grounds of just under 2.5 acres. A grand treelined driveway leads up to the front of the house, where there is ample parking, shared for all apartments, and plenty for guests too. Set within stunning parkland and yet close to Horsham town centre, the property enjoys superb countryside walks and the benefit of an adjacent golf course. The apartment also has a garage.
The property sits in a convenient, semi-rural location with easy access to the Downs Link; just south of Horsham. This historic market town offers a comprehensive range of facilities including a John Lewis at Home, Waitrose, Swan Walk shopping centre, a varied restaurant quarter, Horsham Park and Pavilions Leisure Centre, Horsham Sports Club, The Capitol (a multi-purpose art venue) and an Everyman Cinema. Horsham also has a mainline station with links to London Victoria/London Bridge (about 56 and 55 minutes respectively). The A24, M23 and wider motorway network are easily accessible providing access to London, Gatwick and the south coast. There are also a number of excellent schools in the area including Christs Hospital, Millais Girls and Forest Boys Schools, Tanbridge School, Farlington Girls School, Pennthorpe and Cottesmore.
From the centre of Horsham, head south on the B2237 (which becomes Worthing Road). After about 1.5 miles, turn left onto a private driveway (signposted Denne Park). At the end of the driveway, continue to the front of the main house, then turn left to the parking area.Read all