New Place Farm was, we believe, built in the mid-1960s and has been extended to include the open plan kitchen/living space and annexe. Features of note include views of the South Downs from all principal rooms; skylight, triple French doors and wooden flooring in the open plan living space; parquet flooring in the dining hall and rear wrought iron spiral staircase in the utility room.
The accommodation comprises double aspect drawing room with open fireplace and French doors opening onto a paved terrace; double aspect study (which could be used as a bedroom) adjacent to a wet room; and the dining hall, with full width windows looking out onto the garden, leading through to the spacious open plan kitchen/living space with triple French doors. The ground floor is completed by a utility room, downstairs bathroom, inner lobby (giving access to the annexe) and boot room leading to an outside porch and double garage.
On the first floor there is a double aspect master bedroom suite, guest bedroom suite with walk-in wardrobe, two further double bedrooms and family bathroom. A spacious landing with built-in cupboards provides ample storage and access to the loft (which may have the potential for conversion subject to usual planning consents).
The attached annexe has its own entrance, an open plan kitchen/sitting/dining room with open fireplace, access to the ground floor bathroom in the main house and an open tread wooden staircase leading to two double bedrooms.
The property is approached via a forked drive leading to the front of the house, parking area and double garage. The garden extends around the house with a variety of mature trees and established planting, a “natural” garden area to the north and the main gardens to the south spreading out from the paved terrace, which is perfect for alfresco dining. To the side the terrace leads to the enclosed swimming pool and on to the former tennis court, enclosed by hedging. The garden slopes down from a terraced grassed area, finishing with a mixed hawthorn hedge and trees beyond. The hawthorn hedge continues along the western border which has established trees to provide a windbreak.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 4.13