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Stedham, West Sussex
Guide price £599,000 | 3 bedrooms

Property features

• Beautifully proportioned ground floor apartment
• Within the stunning Stedham Hall
• Secluded location at the edge of the village
• 2 large bedrooms, 1 smaller bedroom
• 2 ensuite bathrooms
• Large sitting room
• Fitted kitchen with dining area
• Study/store room
• Stunning communal gardens with river frontage
• Parking, garage and guest parking

4 Stedham Hall is a wonderfully spacious and elegant ground floor apartment in this secluded location at the edge of the highly popular village of Stedham. All the principal rooms have wonderful views over the beautifully maintained communal gardens, the River Rother and over the open farmland beyond. The historic Stedham Hall has origins dating back to 1690 or earlier with subsequent Victorian and then Edwardian extensions and is now arranged as 8 private apartments. The building has very attractive external elevations being built of stone with stone mullion, leaded light windows and unusual lead guttering under a pitched roof covered in clay tiles. The apartment is approached over an attractive paved courtyard and the entrance door is under what used to be the old carriage archway. The front door opens into a hallway which gives access to all the principal rooms that include a well-proportioned sitting room with a fireplace incorporating a gas coal fire (not tested) and lovely views. A door from the sitting room gives access to the large guest bedroom with bath and ensuite wc, with wash hand basin. The kitchen/breakfast room is a good size and is fitted with an extensive range of wall and base units, with ample worktops incorporating a sink unit with mixer taps. There is space for a large free standing fridge freezer, space for a free standing oven and washing machine. To one end is the dining area with a decent storage cupboard and an attractive period brick built fireplace. Further along the hallway is an internal study, (plus storage). At the end is the main bedroom, which is a beautifully proportioned room, again with views over the gardens, an original brick fireplace and a door opening to the spacious en suite bathroom, which includes a bath, bidet, wc and wash hand basin. The third double bedroom is at the other end of the corridor that includes a wc and wash hand basin. There is also a door from this room that gives access to the guest bedroom should it be required.

The approach to Stedham Hall is via a picturesque private driveway. The extensive and well maintained communal gardens and grounds are partially bordered by the River Rother and extend to about 4.5 acres, which are for the exclusive use of the residents. There is one allocated parking space at the front of the building, a single lock-up garage and visitor parking

Stedham Hall is tucked away in a tranquil edge of village location in Stedham, a charming rural village with a great community feel and is about 2.5 miles west of the historic old market town of Midhurst which has an excellent range of shops for everyday needs. Stedham is renowned for its recreational facilities and is a super starting point for cycling, horse riding and hiking with miles and miles of footpaths and bridleways to explore. There are a number of excellent pubs nearby, namely the Three Horseshoes at Elsted and the Hamilton Arms in Stedham itself which specialises in Thai cuisine.

Close to Midhurst is the Cowdray Park Estate with its polo grounds and golf course. Petersfield is about 8 miles to the west and Chichester is about 14 miles to the south both with a wider selection of shops and facilities. Goodwood, about 11 miles to the south, has horseracing, golf and motor racing. Haslemere, with a wide range of services and a mainline station to London Waterloo, is about 10 miles to the north.
Mains electricity and water are connected. A gas fired boiler with radiators provides central heating. Mains drainage.

The property the held on a 999 year lease, granted in 1972, together with a share of the freehold

There is an annual service charge which goes towards the running costs of the whole estate. The annual charge for 2023/2024 is £4,771.08 which includes a contribution to the sinking fund.

EPC - D (67)

COUNCIL TAX Band E - £2,581.97 for the year 2023/2024

From Midhurst, head along the A272 in a westerly direction. After about 1.5 miles turn right to Stedham and drive through the village. When you see the ‘national speed limit’ sign, turn right into Mill Lane (a no through road). Follow the lane past the church, around to the left and then you will see the entrance drive to Stedham Hall on the left. Continue into the drive and park at the front of the main building, where directed.

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


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