Covid-19 Update December 2021

Further to recent Government guidelines, the teams at RH & RW Clutton will mostly be working from home from Monday 13 December. We will however continue to carry out property viewings and client meetings where possible. When meeting with people we will continue with our strict Health and Safety guidelines keeping our staff, our clients and visitors safe using social distancing measures, wearing masks (and asking visitors to our offices and carrying out property viewings to continue to wear masks), as well as sanitising hands for meetings, property viewings and maintenance visits.

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Stopham, Nr Pulborough, West Sussex
Guide price £750,000 | 4 bedrooms

Property features

• On the market for the first time
• Double fronted Grade II listed Georgian house
• Period features with open fireplaces
• Opportunity to improve and possibly enlarge
• 4 bedrooms with family bathroom
• 24' sitting room, dining room
• Kitchen, cloakroom, cellar
• Large garden with woodland and entrance drive
• In all about 0.4 of an acre
• Beautiful rural views. No onward chain

Strictly by appointment with the sole agent
RH & RW Clutton - 01798 344554

Bridgemead is a spacious double fronted, Grade II listed Georgian house, understood to have been built in the early part of the 19th century and with superb rural views over farmland and towards the River Arun. The property was formerly arranged as 2 cottages and has been extended at some point in its history. The attractive external elevations are mainly of local Fittleworth Stone with painted wooden windows, all under pitched roofs, covered in clays tiles. Whilst in reasonable condition, the property offers an excellent opportunity for an ingoing buyer to make further improvements and possibly enlarge, subject to all the necessary consents.

The well-proportioned accommodation has many period features and includes a large sitting room, with open fireplace, a dining room with an inglenook fireplace incorporating a wood burning stove. At the rear is a lobby with cloakroom off and a kitchen/breakfast room which has a door opening into the gardens. On the first floor is a useful landing and four double bedrooms together with a large family bathroom with bath and shower.

Outside, to the left of the property, is a gravel entrance drive which provides ample parking. Side access to the cellar. The gardens extend to the side and rear and gently slope away from the house, being in need of some clearance, but are a very good size and enjoy some stunning rural views across open farmland and to the River Arun beyond. Some wooden decking provides a lovely area to sit and enjoy the view and there is an area of woodland on the north side, which includes an old brick outhouse. The property also includes a triangular section of the adjacent field, with separate access from the road,

The property is within the parish of the historic small hamlet of Stopham, which is steeped in history and is mentioned in the Domesday Book that records 'a manor of Stopham or Stopeham'. The Barttelot family has held the manor since the Norman Conquest and at the heart of the village is the picturesque Anglo Saxon church of St Mary the Virgin. The nearest day-to-day shopping facilities can be found at Pulborough (about 2.8 miles) with village shops and also Sainsbury and Tesco supermarkets. Pulborough main line rail station has services to London Bridge and Victoria (about 80 mins) and the Sussex coast. Storrington, (about 8 miles) to the south-east has a Waitrose supermarket.

The ancient market town of Petworth with a wide range of independent and specialist shops lies to the west (about 5.5 miles). More extensive facilities are at Haslemere (about 16 miles) to the north-west, Horsham (about 16 miles) to the north-east and Chichester (about 18.5 miles) to the south-west. Sporting facilities include golf at several local clubs including The West Sussex Golf Club, racing, motor racing, golf and flying at Goodwood; polo and golf at Cowdray and sailing from Chichester Harbour.

Mains gas, water and electricity are connected. There is a private drainage system (in need of updating).

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