The property was built in 1999 by Westbury Homes to their Clockhouse' design and is situated in a small cul‐de‐sac on a popular development.
On entering the property from the hallway are the stairs rising to the first floor, immediately to the right is a large family room currently used as an office and hobbies room. To the left of the hallway is the spacious living room with window to the front aspect and glazed doors leading to the dining room with a door into the kitchen and the conservatory which opens out onto the garden. The kitchen looks out over the garden and comprises a range of base and wall cupboards, electric double oven, gas hob with overhead extractor, space for a dishwasher and fridge freezer. A door leads to a separate utility room with space for a washing machine and tumble dryer, there is also direct access onto garden. The ground floor is then completed with a cloakroom.
Upstairs the spacious main bedroom offers a built in wardrobes and storage cupboards and an en‐suite shower room. There are three further double bedrooms, two of which also have built in wardrobes. The family bathroom is fitted with a white suite and a shower over the bath.
Outside the private rear garden has a large paved area giving access to the first of two timber garden studios purpose built by Crane Garden Buildings. Currently used as a home office, both of which are fully insulated, double glazed with a dual aspect and has power and lighting. A paved pathway leads through the garden to a further paved seating area and second larger purpose built timber building currently used as an artists studio. Both garden rooms enjoy views across the garden which is laid to lawn with mature flower and shrub borders. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with shrub borders, a paved path and tarmac drive providing parking for two cars, the single garage is also fitted with power and light.
The property is situated on the southern fringe of the village yet conveniently placed for the schools, mainline station and leisure centre. Billingshurst itself provides a range of amenities including shopping and medical facilities, a range of public houses and restaurants. Schooling for all age groups including the Weald Community School with its outstanding Ofsted report, leisure centre and mainline station providing a train service into London/Victoria, Gatwick and the south coast, are all situated in nearby Station Road. Further afield the larger provincial centre of Horsham (about 8 miles) provides a pedestrianised shopping mall, arts centre and station, and Gatwick International Airport is about 21½ miles away.
Billingshurst is a thriving village with a welcoming community, a pretty high street and a wealth of shops and leisure facilities. It has a quaint mixture of old and new properties, including farmhouses, timber-framed buildings, thatched cottages and modern developments. The heart of the village is in a Conservation Area, which protects and preserves the character of The Green and the local buildings, such as the row of medieval terraced houses that are set back from the main road.Many later additions were designed to include features to reflect the medieval, Edwardian and Victorian homes in the area, such as the red brickwork and projected front gables, which add to the very distinctive style of this beautiful West Sussex village.