A collection of substantial period barns, currently being converted into and exclusive new development of just five individually designed houses, finished to an exceptionally high standard. The buildings have very attractive elevations, which are a combination of brick, flint and vertical timber boarding, under high pitched roofs covered in clay tiles. This private development is located at Blakehurst, a peaceful rural setting, just to the east of Arundel, within the beautiful South Downs National Park and with far reaching rural views across neighbouring farmland and towards Arundel Castle in the distance.
High quality design, specification and finish
Vaulted ceilings and open plan living
Euphoria fully fitted kitchens, installed by local craftsmen using sustainable materials and equipped with farmhouse kitchen sinks and quartz worktops. Neff appliances, including electric oven, induction hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and extractor.
Fully fitted and well-appointed bathrooms with high quality fittings including Hansgrohe showers.
Pressurised hot and cold water
Extensive oak flooring to main living areas, carpeting to bedrooms and tiled floors in the utility rooms, cloakroom and bathrooms
Wood burning stoves
Oak doors throughout
Extensive fitted wardrobes
Fully insulated and with low energy lighting
Underfloor heating with air source heat pumps
Fully doubled glazed windows and doors with powder-coated aluminium frames
Cast aluminium gutters
Fibre optic connection providing high-speed broadband
Large garages and parking
Due for completion in September 2020
Unit 1 - 1,930 sq ft Guide price £925,000
Unit 2 - SALE AGREED
Unit 3 - SALE AGREED
Unit 4 - 2,018 sq ft Guide price £985,000
Unit 5 SALE AGREED
Location and amenities
Dukes Barns are located in a superb rural setting to the east of the popular town of Arundel (approximately 2.5 miles), an historic old market town, referred to in the Domesday Book in 1086, which has a wide range of shops, restaurants, art galleries and many cultural and leisure pursuits accessible to all. One of the most notable landmarks is the magnificent Arundel Castle, the seat of the Duke of Norfolk, which has been open to the public for the last 200 years. Chichester, with its renowned Festival Theatre and extensive shopping facilities, is approx 13 miles to the west and, slightly further afield, is Brighton approx 20 miles. For the horse racing enthusiast, Fontwell Park Racecourse is a mere 7.5 miles away and Goodwood just 14 miles. The famous Goodwood Estate also now hosts many events for the motoring fans. Arundel can be easily reached by road or rail. The mainline rail link takes you in to London Bridge and London Victoria with a 90 minute service. Gatwick airport train station is approx 40 miles. The A27 is a short distance away to the south.