Detached 1950s house in the centre of a pretty downland village, with superb views and enormous potential.
Understood to date from the 1950s, Coombes is an attractive part tile-hung detached home, situated in the heart of the bucolic downland village of Fulking, in the South Downs National Park. The house has been in the same ownership for over 45 years and is a much-loved family home, which has been extended and reconfigured over time, and could now benefit from updating and modernisation, offering an exciting opportunity for a new owner.
The house offers well-proportioned and spacious rooms, many of which take in the wonderful views of the South Downs to the south and over the garden and far-reaching countryside to the north. Arranged over two floors, the accommodation extends to a generous 3,169 square feet, including a large and versatile single storey leisure suite with a bar, games room, steam room and sun room with hot tub. The floor plans give a comprehensive overview of the full extent and layout of the house.
Coombes is set back from The Street, well-screened by mature trees and shrubs, flanked by an expanse of lawn. The driveway leads to a generous parking area ahead of the house and integral single garage.
The part-walled rear garden is arranged in two sections. Next to the house is a paved terrace and an area of lawn planted with apple and fig trees, beyond which is the swimming pool, decked pool terrace and pool house. Wide stone steps lead down to a further terrace and the lower lawn, from which there are panoramic views over the adjoining farmland. In all, just under half an acre.
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