Annington Barn, Bramber

£750,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An attractive and spacious barn conversion in the South Downs National Park. The original wagonway is glazed to full height, providing a spacious galleried entrance with oak staircase and the main living area is a refreshing open-plan design with views over the garden. Much of the original timber framing is exposed internally and there are natural timber doors, creating a welcoming atmosphere. There is a high-quality German-made handle-less kitchen with utility room off. The property has three bedrooms, ensuite to the master and family bathroom both with luxury sanitary ware. The semi-rural home forms the larger portion of a substantial Sussex barn built with timber-clad elevations under a high pitched and tiled roof with timber-frame double-glazed windows and oil-fired central heating to radiators. NO CHAIN. EARLY POSSESSION AVAILABLE.

On the western edge of the Adur Valley over which the property has extensive views towards a wide range of the Sussex Downs. It is a fine open situation in an ancient small rural settlement about 1 and a half miles from Steyning where there are shops for day-to-day needs, Post Office, Barclays bank, restaurants, pubs and also infant, primary and secondary schools, library and churches, a modern health centre and sports centre with indoor swimming pool. The town has regular farmers markets, a vibrant annual arts and music festival and is at the foot of the South Downs National Park, five miles from the coast at Shoreham-by-Sea (main line railway station just a few minutes' drive away) and 12 miles from Brighton. Horsham is about 14 miles. A well connected yet semi-rural property in stunning location, must be seen!

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Hamilton Graham

38 High Street, Steyning, West Sussex

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