Lynwick Street, Rudgwick, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 3DJ | Property for sale | Savills
3,825 sq ft(355.35 sq m)
Guide price £2,450,000(€2,876,525)

Lynwick StreetRudgwick, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 3DJ


    Key features

    • Beautifully presented throughout with classic interiors
    • Well proportioned reception rooms
    • Landscaped gardens and woodland extending to circa 2 acres
    • Double car port with studio room above
    • Workshop, sheds and greenhouse

    Exceptional Grade II listed home in stunning gardens and grounds.

    About this property

    • The Old Vicarage is an impressive period home with attractive half tile hung elevations occupying a private, semi-rural position with glorious gardens. The property has a rich and interesting history, records show a dwelling on the site dating from circa 1450 and the timbers of the original house can be seen both inside and in the roof space. The oldest section of the house is the central portion with a Georgian extension to the east side and more recently the Victorian extension forming the grander, elegant rooms of The Old Vicarage.

      The porch leads to a welcoming entrance hall which extends directly through to the garden. To the right, there is a guest cloakroom and two reception rooms, both with large bay windows and beautiful open fireplaces. The main reception is a classical room, light and airy with a southerly double aspect view over the gardens. The kitchen with its traditional fitted wooden cabinetry has a gas fired AGA and integrated appliances including a Smeg hob, AEG electric oven and integrated fridge/freezer as well as a bay window overlooking the garden. A door then leads through to a well-planned boot room with double doors to the garden, a pantry and larder with convenient access to the front of the house. The family room leads through to a laundry room. There is a useful side access and rear staircase which provides good flexibility to the use of this part of the house.

      An impressive principal suite can be found on the first floor comprising a beautiful bedroom with a double aspect view over the garden and a generous sized bathroom with walk-in shower, bath, WC and built-in storage. There are four further bedrooms with period features, three of which enjoy the pleasant southerly aspect across the gardens. They are serviced by two family bathrooms.

      The Old Vicarage is set in spectacular gardens and grounds extending to approximately 2 acres and there are a number of walks accessible directly from the house. The woodland area is underplanted with many natural species including an array of spring flowers, while the formal garden is thoughtfully landscaped with herbaceous borders, a pond and an attractive vegetable garden. Notable features in the garden include an original well and a separate orchard. A large private paved terrace wraps around the house leading to the level lawn.

      To the front is a gravel driveway offering ample parking and a two-storey oak-framed open bay car port with an attached store. Stairs to the side lead to a versatile studio room above with a shower room and separate WC which is ideal for guest accommodation. There are a number of outbuildings, including a period workshop, three sheds and a Victorian style greenhouse.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I love the proportions of this beautiful home and the combination of a 14th century home with Victorian and Georgian additions. The garden and the privacy are a popular offering.

    Alastair MercerProperty agent

    Local information

    • Rudgwick is a pretty village in the Sussex Weald, yet close to the Surrey border. Rudgwick is conveniently situated, being close to the A281 for ease of access to Guildford, Horsham and Gatwick airport, in addition to the A24 and A29 between London and the coast. The village offers a range of local shopping for daily needs plus a church, Post Office, medical centre and primary school.
    • Cranleigh offers a wider range of shopping, including a Marks & Spencer Food Hall and two supermarkets, and a leisure centre, while Guildford and Horsham provide a full range of shopping, leisure and cultural amenities, in addition to mainline rail services. Rudgwick is a thriving community with a number of local clubs and relevant activities.
    • There is a good selection of schools in the area, including Rudgwick Primary School, Pennthorpe, Farlington, Cranleigh, Belmont, Duke of Kent, Hurtwood House, St Catherine's and Charterhouse.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: H