A delightful and well presented Grade II Listed three bedroom house with lovely gardens.
- Download Brochure
The Willows is a delightful detached house offering attractive and spacious accommodation with a wealth of period features throughout.
The property is entered through an inviting reception hall leading to a wonderful triple aspect sitting room and an impressive drawing room with a wood burning stove, a second feature fireplace and exposed beams. The adjoining kitchen with its vaulted ceiling, is fitted with traditional painted wooden cabinetry and a range cooker, and has ample space for dining. There is also a large light-filled garden room providing a charming setting for entertaining with access to the pretty rear garden. There is also a useful guest cloakroom.
On the first floor there is a superb principal bedroom with a dressing room, two additional well-proportioned double bedrooms and a large family bathroom with a separate shower and bathtub, and ample built in storage.
The property is accessed through a wooden gate with a driveway leading up to the front of the house, providing ample off street parking. The front garden is substantial with an immaculate lawn as well as mature shrubs and trees on the boundary proving a good deal of privacy.
A pathway leads around the side of the house to a wonderful rear garden with a well maintained lawn, a shingled terrace and a decking area providing an excellent space for al fresco dining. The garden also has a large office room and a summer house.
The Willows is conveniently located in the rural village of Ashington with its local pub, church, primary school and beautiful surrounding countryside.
Ashington lies between the historical market town of Horsham to the North, with its mainline station providing regular services links to London Bridge and London Victoria, and the coastal town of Worthing to the South; both providing a comprehensive range of amenities including varied restaurants and eateries, public houses, theatres and cinemas, and a host of local and high street shops; as well as excellent sporting and recreational facilities.
The nearby South Downs National Park provides access to miles of beautiful walks and bridle paths.
There are also excellent road connections to Guildford, Brighton, Gatwick Airport, and the M25 motorway network.
From Horsham, proceed south on the A24 for approximately 10 miles and come off at the junction signposted towards Ashington. Take the fourth exit on the roundabout on to the London Road and proceed along London Road to the roundabout. Turn right into Mill Lane and continue, bearing left on Mill Lane. Go past the entrance to Willow Way on the left and the house can be found on the left hand side on the bend.Read all
- Drawing room
- Sitting room
- Kitchen/Dining area
- Garden room
- Principal bedroom with dressing room
- Two further bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Home office
- Summer house
You may also like
Sinnocks, West Chiltington, Pulborough
Church Terrace, Henfield, West Sussex