An impressive detached country house of character, set in grounds of approx. 1.77acres, within the private Estate of Burton Park of more than 100 acres of SPECTACULAR grounds and countryside.
An impressive detached country house of character, superbly presented with particularly spacious well proportioned rooms throughout, a number of which have double aspects taking full advantage of the views over the gardens and grounds. Upon entering the house there is long welcoming Reception Hall, immediately creating a comfortable ambience with doors leading and opening into all three reception rooms which is ideal for entertaining. The triple aspect Kitchen/Breakfast Room is well appointed with an excellent range of wall and base cupboards and an expanse of worktops with a range of built in appliances. Double doors open out to the extensive “sun trap” paved terrace which is a particularly well screened and private with a wonderful outlook over the grounds which leads to a kitchen garden. A further noteworthy feature of the accommodation is the spacious double aspect Drawing Room which has an attractive fireplace. The spacious Conservatory leads out to the delightful paved terrace, which is perfect for the family and entertaining with a wonderful view over the lovely gardens. Throughout the property there is an excellent degree of natural light and feeling of space. The Reception Hall has a wide staircase leading up to a light and airy spacious galleried landing leading to and five double Bedrooms, two of which have ensuite Bathrooms and there is a Family Bathroom. The house is set well back on its plot with plenty of parking space for numerous vehicles in front of Triple Garage and to the rear there is a wonderful landscape rear garden leading to a paddock. In all, set in approximately 1.77acres.
This historic market town has been well preserved with many buildings dating from the Georgian and Elizabethan eras among the many attractions is Petworth Cottage Museum in the High Street and there are excellent shopping facilities and a good choice of restaurants and a long great wall to the Petworth Estate runs through the town. Petworth is the location of the 17th century stately home Petworth House the grounds of which (known as Petworth Park) were the work of Capability Brown, the house and its grounds are now owned and maintained by the National Trust. Petworth is about 3.7 miles to the north of Burton Park House and The Cricketers Inn, with 16th Century origins is about 1 mile and Ted’s Farm shop is about 2 miles.
The Kennels Goodwood Members Club - Restaurant/Golf club and Goodwood Hotel are about 9 miles. About 14 miles Chichester mainline rail station links to London Victoria approx. (95mins) and via Havant to London Waterloo approx. (95mins). About 14 miles Haslemere mainline station links to London Waterloo (54mins). About 7.5 miles Pulborough mainline station links to London Victoria (71mins). Airports at Heathrow (46miles), Gatwick (34 miles) or Southampton (43 miles) and Portsmouth (29 miles) and both Cities provide ferry services to the Isle of Wight, Channel Isles and Northern Europe. All distances and times may vary.
36 Shippam Street, Chichester West Sussex PO19 1AG
Mon to Fri - 9am - 6pm
Saturday - 9am - 4pm
Sunday - By Arrangement