Separate studio with mezzanine bedroom accommodation and a double garage and workshop below Summer house
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Situated in an idyllic setting, the original construction is thought to date back to the 15th century. Through the decades this delightful characterful home has been enlarged and updated to suit modern family living
The accommodation comprises a large split level reception room with a sitting area and steps rising to a cosy library space. Both areas have feature fireplaces, one being an attractive inglenook with a wood burning stove. There is a formal dining room with doors to the kitchen and the reception room. A separate study also has access to a boarded loft with extensive storage. The well fitted shaker style kitchen has hand-made units with granite worktops, a solid block-wood breakfast bar, integrated appliances and an electric aga.
There is one well-proportioned double bedroom with built-in cupboards on the ground floor along with a family bathroom. The two first floor bedrooms include a master with en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobes while the third bedroom has a fitted wardrobe and chest of drawers with access to eaves storage.
The property is situated in a stunning rural location outside the historic market town of Arundel. The Black Rabbit pub is a short distance away while Arundel town offers a good range of shops, cafés, restaurants and leisure facilities including a heated open air swimming pool, tennis courts, walking on the South Downs and the historic Arundel Castle and cathedral.
The beaches of the South Coast are around 4 miles away while sailing may be enjoyed from the many centres along the coast including Chichester Harbour. There are several good schools in the town while the well known Dorset House preparatory school is just a few miles away. Communication links are excellent. Arundel is well positioned to reach the large towns and cities nearby, including Chichester, Worthing and Brighton. Arundel mainline station offers a regular service to London Victoria (1 hour 25 minutes) and London Bridge/Waterloo via Clapham Junction.
The property is located within the South Downs National Park in South Stoke Parish just outside the historic town of Arundel.
A particular feature of Rushcutters is the beautifully maintained country garden with good sized lawns, shrubs, paved pathways, a fruit orchard, vegetable garden and a secluded octagonal summer house with heating and lighting.
In addition to the main house there is a superb additional dwelling in the grounds of Rushcutters with a multitude of potential uses. This building provides spacious accommodation with a large ground floor room currently used as an artist’s studio but would make an ideal sitting room. There is a bathroom also on this level and staircase leading to the upstairs Mezzanine bedroom area. Below the property there is a double garage with additional workshop and an outside sitting area. There are double doors that open on to an elevated terrace which, together with several other outside dining areas, allows enjoyment of the gardens and fantastic views across the open countryside and the River Arun.
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