Brick and flint farmhouse with views to Kingley Vale.
Welldown House is a charming, extended flint farmhouse featuring self-contained annexe accommodation. We understand that the property was constructed in 1850 and was part of the Goodwood estate until the 1970s. Welldown House is approached via a sweeping driveway with a tennis court to one side along with further land, to a parking area to the front. To the rear is enclosed forming a large courtyard style garden.
The house features versatile accommodation with the original house occupying an entrance hall with guest wc leading to a large sitting room overlooking the rear garden. A large study links to the sitting room having been previously extended in a timber frame, single storey manner which also benefits from an outlook across the lawn. To the first floor are three original bedrooms and a bathroom and the principal bedroom suite has been formed as a result of the extension and enjoys sensational views up to the South Downs across open farmland.
To the other side of the downstairs sitting room, a highly attractive, vaulted kitchen forms the link to the remaining ground floor accommodation which consists of a utility room, playroom and two ground floor bedrooms sharing a shower room.
Externally, the garden and the grounds as a whole amounting to 2.84 acres form a wonderful and very complete family home. Of note is the beautifully presented, self-contained annexe as well as an open sided single storey barn overlooking the rear garden and leading to a separate office room away from the main building. The land extends to the west incorporating a lightly wooded area and a public bridleway can be accessed directly leading across the fields to Kingley Vale.
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I love the brick and flint façade of Welldown House. It is such a striking house in a wonderful setting and makes for a very complete family home within reach of such a well-regarded country pub.James MachellProperty agent