Burton Park, Duncton, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 0QU | Property for sale | Savills
216 sq m(2,325 sq ft)
Guide price £830,000

Burton ParkDuncton, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 0QU

    Key features

    • A substantial and characterful apartment in a Grade I listed mansion
    • Stylish living with high ceilings and natural light throughout
    • Over 2300 square feet of accommodation with a fabulous 22' drawing room
    • 140 acres of parkland grounds and formal gardens
    • Private garaging and allocated parking

    A stunning apartment in glorious parkland grounds.

    About this property

    • 10 Burton House is a most impressive second and top floor apartment located within this grand Grade I listed mansion. Entered through communal hall doors a magnificent reception hall offers a warm welcome with a stunning staircase gently rising to the upper floors. A lift also serves the apartments. The private front door opens to an entrance lobby and beyond to a superb 22' drawing room with glorious views across the parkland grounds. The fitted kitchen enjoys a similar aspect with this floor's accommodation completed by two good size bedrooms, the principal having an en suite and the other served by a family bathroom. Stairs to the top floor provide access to two well proportioned and versatile rooms. The top floor offers work from home opportunities, home cinema or perfectly suited for additional bedrooms for guests.

      The parkland grounds to this private country estate are a particular feature originally laid out by Capability Brown. Residents can enjoy some of the most beautiful surroundings in the park with private access to the boating lake, tennis courts, croquet lawn together with spectacular formal and walled gardens, ponds, woodland, fruit orchard and kitchen gardens. Within the grounds is a pretty 13th century church.
      Parking is allocated for residents and this particular apartment has the benefit of a double garage and fitted workshop space within the nearby block. Visitors parking is catered for on site.

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    Burton House and Park is a truly spectacular setting with an abundance of style and elegance. To have a wonderful rural haven of 140 acres of parkland grounds on your doorstep is enviable.

    Daniel ClayProperty agent

    Local information

    • Burton Park has a beautiful approach through iron gates and a winding driveway leading to the expansive grounds. The magnificent mansion, Burton House, stands regally within the lee of the Downs. The mansion was built by John Biddulph in 1828 and is Grade I listed. The Courtaulds were largely responsible for remodelling the grounds with the gardens including terraces, rose beds and the Jekyl-Lutyens style pergola continuing to form an important feature of the Park. Within the grounds is a beautiful 11th century church. There is a village shop and two excellent village pubs in the village of Duncton and the nearby market town of Petworth is around 4 miles away and offers an extensive range of amenities including a local supermarket, doctors surgery, pharmacy, two pubs and a diverse range of shops. Of particular note is the Hungry Guest food group comprising an artisan delicatessen, butchers and café.
    • Midhurst and Chichester offer a broad range of leisure, shopping and cultural activities including the renowned Chichester Festival Theatre. There is an excellent selection of outdoor pursuits available with a network of bridleways and footpaths offering numerous opportunities to explore the South Downs National Park and access to the South Downs Way can be accessed on foot from the village of Duncton. 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 cafe. There are also several local golf courses, fishing and sailing at Chichester Harbour. To the east of the property is Pulborough, less than 7 miles away, there are two major supermarkets and a main line station offering a regular service to Gatwick Airport and London Victoria. Haslemere station provides a frequent service to London Waterloo taking from 49 minutes, which is around 15 milies north.
    • All distances and journey times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Service Charges: Service charges apply please contact the office for further details.
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    • EPC Rating: G
    • Tenure: Share of Freehold. Lease Expiry: 11/04/2995 (970 years remaining)
    • Service Charge: £15,669.61pa
    • Ground Rent: TBC
    • Council Tax Band: G