Dial Green, Lurgashall, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 9HA | Property for sale | Savills
6,172 sq ft(573.40 sq m)
Guide price £2,750,000

Dial GreenLurgashall, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 9HA

    Key features

    • Lovingly converted and extended range of farm buildings comprising of six bedrooms
    • Located in the sought after village of Lurgashall
    • Versatile living accommodation on two floors
    • Set within c.4.5 acres with a heated outdoor pool
    • Equestrian facilities including stables consisting of two loose boxes, a haybarn and tack room

    Exceptional barn conversion with uninterrupted views.

    About this property

    • Great Brockhurst Farm is an impressive family home, created from the vision of the current owners, who lovingly converted and extended what was originally a range of farm building over 30 years ago.

      Approached by a shared, private road, the large double wooden doors open up to a breathtaking reception hall, with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and beautiful York stone floor. This part of the home benefits from five bedrooms, of which three have en suite facilities. Two are served by a shared bathroom. There is real potential for annexe use in this part of the property, with kitchen facilities available in the study/bedroom six.

      There is an equally impressive sitting room, with incredible views to the garden and land beyond, to be enjoyed throughout the year, with light flooding in through the floor to ceiling glazing. This area, as with all of the property, has been thoughtfully designed, with a walk around fireplace. Through double doors there is a formal dining area with a stairway leading up to another bedroom, currently used as the principal bedroom with an en suite.

      A light and bright family room, with adjoining conservatory can also be found on the ground floor, along with a good sized kitchen, WC and utility, it is from here you can access the double garage. The current owners have had solar panels installed which now generate a small income.

      Outside, the particularly private gardens incorporate a heated swimming pool with uninterrupted views across farmland. The lawn extends to a paddock, housing stables consisting of two loose boxes, a haybarn and tack room, with further paddocks beyond, making approximately 4.5 acres in total.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I not only love the thought and detailing of this property but also the views, which are breathtaking.

    Sarah CobbProperty agent

    Local information

    • Lurgashall is nestled in the heart of the South Downs National Park just below Black Down, the highest hill in Sussex. The village, with its ancient parish church, is centred around a cricket green in front of the renowned and popular Noah's Ark village pub, a former brew house and bakery that can trace its origins back to the 16th century. A village shop and Post Office on the green and another at Northchapel provide for daily needs, whilst a wider range of shopping is available at Midhurst, Petworth or Haslemere. Petworth, just 6 miles south of the property, that lies at the heart of the South Downs National Park and is home to the 17th Century National Trust owned Petworth House and beautiful 700 acre deer park, which is ideal for long, country walks. Petworth also has a range of antique shops, independent boutiques, restaurants and delicatessens.
    • Although relatively rural in nature, the area is well served by road and rail connections. At Haslemere station, there is a fast and frequent service to London Waterloo with journey time from around 49 minutes. There are excellent schools in the area including Amesbury, St Ives, Highfield & Brookham, Seaford College, St Edmunds Hindhead, The Royal School and Churcher's College. In addition, there is an abundance of activities available locally due to the proximity of the Goodwood and Cowdray Estates. Goodwood hosts the Festival of Speed, racing at Glorious Goodwood and the Revival Meeting, and Cowdray is famous for its polo events and its award winning farm shop and café, along with the surrounding countryside that offers a wealth of lovely routes for walking, riding or cycling.
    • All distances and journey times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains water, electricity, oil fired central heating and private drainage (Sewage treatment plant).
    • Directions: What3words - ///pony.honestly.walls
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: H