Burton Hill, Burton Park Road, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 0JS | Property for sale | Savills
161 sq m(1,733 sq ft)
Guide price £495,000

Burton HillBurton Park Road, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 0JS


    Key features

    • A charming and characterful home
    • Set within a small courtyard
    • Well proportioned accommodation with high ceilings
    • Private gardens, parking
    • Lovely rural views

    A characterful home in a pretty mews enclave now in need of modernisation.

    About this property

    • The Mews is a delightful and characterful property formed from converted stables and approached over a private, winding drive terminating in a charming courtyard. The former Burton Hill Estate now comprises six properties including the impressive Burton Hill House whose origins date from the early Victorian period and was designed by Gilbert Blount who was greatly influenced by the renowned Gothic Revival architect Augustus Pugin.

      Set in a quiet enclave with lovely rural views, the well proportioned accommodation is set over two floors with the majority being on the first floor. Of particular note is the vaulted living room with high ceilings which continue through the principal rooms affording natural light throughout. There is a well equipped kitchen and two of the three bedrooms have en suite bathrooms.

      The ground floor comprises two rooms, a garden room leading to a conservatory which in turn leads to a private courtyard garden with a small terrace, ornamental pond and colour from a variety of flowers and shrubs. Private parking is also provided.

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    This is the perfect retreat to escape to at weekends or indeed enjoy all year round, I'm particularly fond of the excellent walking opportunities into the South Downs from the front door.

    Daniel ClayProperty agent

    Local information

    • The Mews is situated approximately 2 miles south of Petworth, and approxmiatly half a miles east of the hamlet Heath End, there is a popular farm shop and access to a number of footpaths linking up with Graffham Common and the South Downs Way. The nearby village of Duncton is a village in the lee of the Downs approximately 3 miles south of Petworth. There are two parish churches in the village, The Cricketers public house, a primary school and Seaford College.
    • Petworth is a picturesque market town with a good selection of shops and restaurants, surrounded by rolling countryside.
    • 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 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.
    • Rail services are available from Pulborough a main line station (less than 7 miles away) offering a regular service to Gatwick Airport and London Victoria taking 72 minutes. Haslemere station (14 miles north) provides a frequent service to London Waterloo taking from 49 minutes.

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains water and electric. Shared private drainage and oil fired central heating.
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    • EPC Rating: F
    • Tenure: Share of Freehold. Lease Expiry: 01/01/3015 (990 years remaining)
    • Service Charge: TBC
    • Ground Rent: TBC
    • Council Tax Band: D