Swimming pool with pool house | Orchard | Mature gardens and grounds | Paddocks | Woodland
About 32 acres
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Park Farm is set in 32 acres of parkland on the edge of the popular village of Slinfold. The property is approached via a long private drive and the house sits neatly in the middle of its own land.
The main house is a pretty former open hall house, thought to have been built in 1400 with later additions throughout the 17th and 20th century. The latest addition added in 2005 has brought the house into the 21st century and is perfect for modern family living. The property benefits from recently installed ground source heating throughout.
On entering the house, you are immediately aware of how well the ‘old’ and the ‘new’ complement each other. The central glass hallway lies at the centre of the house with the principal rooms leading from here. The original drawing room lies to the east. This charming room is full of character and period features. The original fireplace and cobb walls give a real sense of history.
The open plan family room and kitchen lie to the other side of the hallway and represents the real heart of the house and is a perfect space for family life. The stairs in the hallway give rise to the first floor where the master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and dressing room enjoys a good view of the surrounding gardens. There are 2 further bedrooms and 2 bathrooms (one ensuite). An additional bedroom is accessed via a secondary staircase from the drawing room.
The Barn A separate Grade II listed building offering excellent additional accommodation. This comprises a large sitting room, with vaulted ceiling, kitchen and 3 further bedrooms, 2 ensuite bathrooms and a shower room. There is a pretty and private garden to the front.
The Cottage The separate cottage is situated away from the house and is accessed via the main drive. This 3-bedroom cottage was built in 2014.
Park Farm is an historic country house set in a private and peaceful position on the edge of the popular village of Slinfold. The property is accessed via a long private driveway, and sits on the outskirts of the sought after village of Slinfold with its popular village shop, church, pub, golf course and primary and preschool. The historic market town of Horsham is close by and offers a more comprehensive range of facilities including; John Lewis at Home, Waitrose, Swan Walk shopping centre and varied restaurant quarter; as well as a theatre, Everyman Cinema, leisure centre and mainline railway service to London Victoria (about 55 minutes)/London Bridge (about 65 minutes). There are also a number of excellent schools nearby including Cottesmore, Pennthorpe, Farlington, Christ’s Hospital, Cranleigh and Millais.
There are excellent road connections to Guildford, Brighton, Gatwick Airport and the M25 Motorway Network, and recreational/sporting facilities nearby, including the adjacent Slinfold Golf & Country Club and Horsham Sports Club. There is direct access to the Downs Link which enables fantastic walking, cycling and horse riding opportunities.
Gardens and grounds The immediate gardens around the house are mainly laid to lawn interspersed with mature trees. The remaining land surrounds the house and is a mixture of paddocks and woodlands. In addition, there are two separate double garages and former stable blocks. There is also an additional office space, perfect for a small business.
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