Edgehill Farmhouse
215.07 sq m
Guide price £1,250,000(€1,417,093)

ByworthPetworth, West Sussex, GU28 0HR


    Key features

    • Exceptional far reaching views
    • Quiet position in Byworth, one mile from Petworth
    • Character features throughout
    • Well proportioned living accommodation
    • Set in about 2 acres
    • Double garage and outbuildings
    • Stable block and paddock

    Period farmhouse with outstanding views

    About this property

    • Edgehill Farmhouse is situated in the popular hamlet of Byworth, one mile from the market town of Petworth. The property enjoys beautiful downland views and has been well maintained offering comfortable living in a superb setting. Retaining many of its period features including exposed timbers and open fireplaces, the downstairs accommodation comprises well-appointed kitchen with an extensive range of fitted units, granite work surfaces and a benched seating area. Steps lead on to a further kitchen utility area with gas AGA, additional units and a stable door to outside. The sitting room boasts an impressive inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove. There are three further reception rooms; a dining room, conservatory and drawing room with French doors on to the garden.
      To the first floor is a master bedroom with en suite shower room. There are four further bedrooms (two double and two single rooms) and a family bathroom.

      Outside, the pretty gardens offer a variety of seating areas, many of which command fabulous southerly views. Notably, there is a level post and rail fenced paddock together with three loose boxes.
      There are a range of outbuildings comprising a detached home office, an ancillary studio as well as a brick and tiled double garage with loft storage over and further brick stores.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Byworth is my favourite hamlet with great views and walks and a super pub, The Black Horse.

    Daniel ClayProperty agent

    Local information

    • Byworth sits within the South Downs National Park just to the east of Petworth across the Shimmings Valley. This rural hamlet consists of a small number of properties spaced along a main street as well as the renowned village public house, The Black Horse.
    • Petworth is a picturesque market town with a good selection of shops and restaurants, surrounded by attractive rolling farmland. Adjoining the town is Petworth House and Park, owned by the National Trust. In July, the annual music and arts festival takes place in Petworth, with other concerts and allied activities taking place throughout the year. There are numerous sporting activities available in the area, including several local golf courses, racing at Goodwood and polo at Cowdray Park.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = D