Kipson House is a beautiful Grade II listed Georgian farmhouse which dates back to around 1720, set in the village of Hunston, near Chichester.
The elegant house appealed to the current owner partly because of its long drive which in the Spring is bordered with daffodils. In addition there are swathes of bluebells and snowdrops.
A certain amount of restoration and decorative work has been undertaken over the past five years including the Georgian sash windows with shutters. The fireplace in the sitting room has been returned to take an open fire and the owners also put in a new walk-in shower and the shelves which they had fitted into the sitting room to hold an extensive collection of books.
“It’s an easy house to look after and there are so many lovely features,” said the owner, Christopher Steane. “I particularly like the lovely large study, the light sitting room and the dining room. The master bedroom which faces south-west and west is also nice and bright.”
The many period features include high cornice ceilings and open fireplaces and the rear portion of the property could easily be arranged as a self contained annexe with its own private entrance. To the front of Kipson House is a walled garden with summerhouse.
Accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, cloakroom, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, garen room, utility room, ground floor shower room, study, five bedrooms, shower room and bathroom.
Price Guide £1,100,000.
For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Henry Adams, Rowan House, Baffins Lane, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1UA. Telephone 01243 533377.