Station Road, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 0JF | Property for sale | Savills
88.82 sq m(956 sq ft)
Guide price £495,000

Station RoadPetworth, West Sussex, GU28 0JF

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Charming two bedroom cottage
  • Superb rural setting amidst rolling countryside
  • Enclosed garden with views of the river rother
  • Spacious conservatory/dining room
  • Modern family bathroom

Characterful property nestled within the picturesque South Downs National Park.

About this property

  • Built in 1860, Cherry Tree Cottage is a fine example of a Victorian cottage and has the benefit of a river view from the garden. Access to this charming semi-detached cottage is via wooden gate with a slate path leading to the front door and extremely pretty cottage garden.

    A very attractive feature of this property is the segmental arched windows and doors which appear in most of the rooms. The interior is homely and one can imagine settling down by the wood burning stove in the sitting room - perfect for winter evenings. This room takes in the staircase affording a high ceiling and a good feeling of light and space.

    The kitchen features a selection of base units and is equipped with an oil fired Rayburn, servicing heating, hot water and cooking. The kitchen leads through to a beautifully light conservatory currently being used as a dining room and seating area. There are many options with this space such as to entertain dinner guests, undertake hobbies or could equally be a work from home space.

    Upstairs the main double bedroom is to the front of the house with a built-in wardrobe. Another bedroom is positioned on the back of the house as is the family bathroom which has a bath, separate shower cubicle, wash basin and WC.

    A particular feature of this home is the garden, mainly laid to lawn and with an array of seating areas, especially the decked seating area which overlooks the river rother. Fence panels secure and denote the garden boundaries. The property also benefits from an approximately 20ft outbuilding, offering a versatile space with power and light. A garden shed also offers that extra bit of garden storage.

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With its thoughtful design and charming gardens, this property offers a delightful rural setting with easy access to the countryside, which I adore.

Daniel ClayProperty agent

Local information

  • Coultershaw is situated in the heart of the South Downs National Park in the Rother Valley. This rural area has a wide variety of landscapes ranging from managed farmland, open chalk grassland, woodland, and wet meadows. Very local to Cherry Tree Cottage there are footpaths and the river rother to explore with a wide variety of flora and fauna to enjoy. The Coultershaw Beam Pump is less than half a mile away as is Badgers a popular gastro public house. The former railway station at Coultershaw is now converted to Bed and Breakfast with accommodation within bespoke carriages and offers cream teas.
  • Petworth is a picturesque market town just two miles north, with a good selection of shops and restaurants. Adjoining the town is Petworth House and its 600 acre deer Park, owned by the National Trust. In July, the annual music and arts festival takes place in Petworth, a popular event with something for everyone. There are numerous sporting activities available in the area, including several local golf courses, racing at Goodwood and polo at Cowdray Park.
  • To the east of the property is Pulborough, less than 6 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 miles north.

Additional information

  • Services: Mains water and electric, private drainage oil fired central heating.
  • Directions: What3words - ///
  • EPC Rating: F
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: D