Having a superb blend of living and bedroom space arranged over two floors, Old Pinkhurst sits within a generous plot of approx. 0.67 of an acre and has several outbuildings with ample driveway space and parking.
To the ground floor, a reception hallway welcomes you and leads into the snug/reception room - there is a double aspect providing a light and airy space and character features including the open working fireplace and wooden beams to the ceiling. The separate kitchen/breakfast room has a selection of wall and base cabinets with contrasting granite worksurfaces running through. There is ample space for a dining table and direct access out to the rear garden. There is further character with exposed wooden beams and leaded light windows.
The main sitting room is of a decent proportion and runs front to rear of the property with double doors opening out onto the rear garden terrace. There is an abundance of light due to the all-round aspect and the option to have two separate rooms due to the open archway. Also of note to the ground floor is a separate dining room which centres around a superb brick fireplace and there is also a convenient cloakroom.
To the first floor, the main bedroom enjoys an aspect to the front and side of the property providing a light and airy feel. There is a well-equipped en-suite shower room with a walk-in shower, low-level WC and wash hand basin.
The property sits within the middle of the plot that has well maintained lawns and superbly landscaped garden with a selection of mature shrubs, trees and planting. There are several pathways leading to the terrace area which is ideal for alfresco dining. There is a charming working well and an enclosed area for compost etc. Also of note is a recently installed sewage treatment system. Gated access leads to ample driveway parking which in turn provides access to two separate garages, both of decent proportion and one of which has two store rooms at the rear.
Itchingfield is a rural hamlet with a church, set midway between Horsham and Billingshurst. The surrounding open countryside provides many miles of beautiful walks and bridle paths on the South Downs link. There are local facilities in the nearby villages of Barns Green and Slinfold, whilst the larger centres of Billingshurst and Horsham are about 3 miles and 5 miles away respectively. Horsham is a vibrant market town with great transport links and excellent educational facilities. In fact, a survey by the Halifax revealed that it is one of the top 20 places to live in Britain. There is the superb Horsham Park and also the nearby Warnham Nature Reserve, other countryside aspects also include the Downslink Cycle Path. The schooling caters for state and public sectors and the main schools are Millais, Forest, Tanbridge, Collyers, Christ's Hospital and Farlington. There is a thriving restaurant and café scene, from familiar chains to independent and award-winning eateries. The Carfax markets offer local produce and street food every Saturday and there are various themed events throughout the year. Horsham and Christ's Hospital provide a mainline rail service to London (Victoria/London Bridge). The A24/Horsham bypass provides links to the M23 giving access to Gatwick Airport, the M25 and the national motorway network. There are excellent sporting and recreational amenities at nearby Broadbridge Heath and Christ's Hospital leisure centres and golf at Slinfold Golf and Country Club.
Sitting Room 28' (8.53m) x 14'1 (4.29m)
Dining Room 15'9 (4.8m) x 12'3 (3.73m)
Snug 13'11 (4.24m) x 12'8 (3.86m)
Kitchen 15'9 (4.8m) x 13'11 (4.24m)
Bedroom 1 14' (4.27m) x 11'1 (3.38m)
En-suite Shower Room
Bedroom 2 13'11 (4.24m) x 11'10 (3.61m)
Bedroom 3 13'11 (4.24m) x 11'8 (3.56m)
Bedroom 4 14'1 (4.29m) x 14'1 (4.29m)
Family Bathroom 8'10 (2.69m) x 8'3 (2.51m)
Garage 1 19'5 (5.92m) x 17'10 (5.44m)
Garage 2 24'5 (7.44m) x 16'6 (5.03m)
Store 1 11'1 (3.38m) x 7'4 (2.24m)
Details correct: August 2021
Why live in Horsham?
Horsham strikes the perfect balance with its community facilities and green spaces. There’s a market square at The Carfax complete with traditional bandstand, an abundance of shops, a cinema, theatre, leisure centre and a 60-acre park right in the centre of town.We have an impressive mix of older properties, including historic buildings from the 1400s and 1500s with later additions from the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras and some stunning artistic properties. Head out along The Causeway and you’ll see every style, from 15th century homes to new builds, on one superb road.