A beautifully presented, converted barn with delightful gardens, far reaching views and separate barn set in an elevated, semi-rural location.
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Believed to date from the mid-1800s and converted, we believe, in 2002, Hammer Barn is a beautifully presented conversion of a former dairy, and sits in an elevated position with far reaching views over the countryside.
The welcoming reception hall, with turned staircase to the first floor, has attractive Chinese slate flooring that continues through to the kitchen/breakfast room, utility and cloakroom. The dual aspect, spacious sitting/dining room boasts floor to ceiling windows, a log burning stove with brick hearth, vaulted ceiling and French doors giving access to the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room has a bespoke solid wood fitted kitchen and worktops, Rangemaster cooker and tiled splashbacks. There are three en suite bedrooms in total, with two on the first floor; including the dual aspect master bedroom. A study on the ground floor could also be utilised as an additional bedroom.
The property also features underfloor heating throughout the ground floor, exposed ceiling beams and solid wood internal doors.
This property has 0.59 acres of land.
The property is approached via a 5-bar wooden gate to a shingle drive, which provides ample parking.
The delightful gardens surround the property and are enclosed by mature hedges, wood panel fencing and stone walls; remnants of a former agricultural building. The areas of lawn have flower and shrub borders, complimented by two striking Magnolia trees, Wisteria and climbing plants. The natural pond provides a focal point and home for wildlife, whilst the raised timber deck provides the ideal location for enjoying the peaceful landscape. A productive vegetable garden and greenhouse complete the idyll.
The second smaller barn has been converted to provide a double, en suite bedroom, two enclosed storage areas and an open bay storage area.
Hammer Barn is situated in the hamlet of Plummers Plain, about 4.5 miles distant from the market town of Horsham which offers a range of facilities including a John Lewis at Home and Waitrose, Swan Walk shopping centre, independent and chain restaurants, Horsham Park and Pavilions Leisure Centre and The Capitol a multi-purpose arts venue. Horshams train station also provides services to London Bridge/London Victoria (in about 53 minutes).
There are also a number of good schools in the area including Farlington, Christs Hospital, Handcross Park, Cottesmore and Millais.
From Horsham follow the A281 towards Cowfold before taking the left hand turn to Doomsday Road, just after The Hornbrook Inn on your right. At the junction, turn right onto Hammerpond Road and continue for just under 2 miles. The drive to the property will be found on your right, signposted Hammer Barn (next to Willis Farm House).Read all
- Reception hall
- Sitting/dining room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility/boiler room
- Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
- 2 Further en suite bedrooms
- 2nd Barn comprising bedroom with en suite shower, 2 enclosed storage areas and open bay area
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