Substantial Victorian house

This former Victorian rectory has stunning views to Heyshott church and the South Downs.

Saturday, 21st May 2016, 1:00 pm
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 1:35 am

The Rectory is a substantial detached Victorian house, built of brick with part tile hung elevations beneath a clay tiled roof.

The property boasts many original features including fireplaces, period floor tiling to the entrance hall, cornicing, tall ceilings, panelled doors and cupboards and a handsome staircase.

Although occupied until recently, The Rectory is in need of refurbishment; for example, the kitchen appliances have been removed and former shuttered windows need repairing.

Accommodation comprises an entrance hall, drawing room, sitting room, kitchen, utility, dining room, cloakroom, four double bedrooms, bathroom and shower room.

The property is approached via a long gravel drive over privately owned common land.

A tiled hall with beautiful original panelled and glazed door leads to an elegant hallway.

The sitting room has an open fireplace and original panelling to dual aspect windows facing both east and south.

The drawing room also features an open fireplace and a large bay window with double doors leading to the garden and with fantastic views to the South Downs.

On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room.

Bedrooms one and four are dual aspect with fantastic far reaching views over glorious West Sussex countryside.

To the side of the house is a small red bricked courtyard from which various storerooms are accessed and beyond which there is a single garage.

The gardens are mainly laid to lawn and envelope the house on all side with a range of mature trees on The Rectory’s boundaries.

Guide Price £950,000

For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Jackson-Stops & Staff, Market Square, Midhurst. Telephone 01730 812357.