Theproperty Located in a semi-rural position is this collection of beautifully restored and converted Barns and Farmhouses by the award-winning developer Clarendon Properties. These character homes were once crucial to the workings of the Arundel Equine Hospital, a highly respected centre, which served the world-famous John Dunlop Stables. Tortington Lane Farm is approached via a pretty tree lined lane; with the entrance flanked by handsome brick walls. Once within the development an attractive driveway leads to a generous parking area and garaging. The parking area is notable, as provisions have been made for a good number of visitor spaces along with allocated residents parking.
Plot 5 enjoys the prime position within this exclusive development, sitting in spacious, gated South facing grounds, with breathtaking views over the surrounding countryside. On entering the property there is a magnificent vaulted reception hall with views straight through the barn to the gardens and paddock. The barns accommodation has been carefully thought through, being split in to two main sections, with the sleeping quarters occupying the North East section, and the large vaulted open plan living space enjoying the South West aspect with views over the gardens and fields beyond. In total there are four large bedroom suites all of which enjoy built-in wardrobes and en suite shower rooms. Of particular note is the master bedroom, which benefits from a walk-in dressing area with built-in wardrobes and en suite bathroom. From the master bedroom double doors open out to a South West-facing terrace with a substantial oak framed pergola allowing for shade in the summer months.
The exceptional open plan living space enjoys the full height vault of this beautiful barn. Within this space is a well-appointed Neptune kitchen, dining area and sitting room with central wood burner. There are large picture windows and double doors to both the West and South aspect with a generous utility room and side aspect adjoining the kitchen. The barn benefits from a private gated driveway and Sussex barn style double carport. There are also 6 stable blocks/outbuildings along with a great deal of hard standing. To the rear of the property is an attractive terrace and lawns leading to a large paddock with views over surrounding countryside. This exceptional development has been carried out by Clarendon Properties which previous notable projects have included the sympathetic restoration and development of a plethora of historic buildings including Langton Long Stables, Windborne. This unique Stable Block was originally constructed by Charles Cockerel, and for recognition of the works carried out, Clarendon Properties received a Civic Award and Blue Plaque for outstanding preservation and conversion.
Thelocation The cathedral town of Arundel with its impressive Norman castle sits on the boundary of the South Downs National Park. Consistently considered as one of the finest towns in the country and made famous internationally for its antique dealerships. Once a thriving fishing town the public houses and fisherman's cottages have made way for traditional tearooms, boutiques and an eclectic mix of independent restaurants. Now well known for its numerous festivals throughout the year including the Art trail, Food Festival and Arundel by Candlelight. There is a wide choice of sporting and recreational activities in the surrounding area including horse racing at both Goodwood and Fontwell park; Car Racing at Goodwood Motor Circuit famously hosting it's annual Festival of Speed and Revival meetings; polo at Cowdray park; glorious beaches at the Witterings; dinghy sailing from numerous clubs along the coast with substantial harbours and marinas at Chichester and Littlehampton for mooring larger yachts; numerous golf courses; walking and riding in the rich surrounding countryside.
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