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Guide price £1,275
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Pound lane Shipley RH13Horsham, RH13

  • Unfurnished

Key features

  • Rural location
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 reception
  • Garden
  • Brick outhouse
  • Garden
  • Off road parking

Charming semi detached gate lodge house on a Country Estate

About this property

  • Detailed Description

    A charming semi detached gate lodge house. The ground floor comprises entrance hall, reception room with open fire, kitchen, utility porch and bathroom. The first floor consists of 2 double bedrooms and a further good sized single bedroom.

    If you would like to arrange a viewing or need further information please telephone the Knepp Estate office on 01403 741235.

    Outside

    The property has a good sized outbuilding with electricity and plumbing, its own garden and off-road parking.

    Tenancy

    The Landlord is offering a 6 month initial fixed term on a standard Assured Shorthold Tenancy, reverting to a monthly periodic tenancy thereafter.

    All applications are subject to review and confirmation by the Landlord, satisfactory completion of tenant references and where relevant, guarantor references. A deposit will be required along with the first months rent in advance.

    The Landlord and his agents reserve the right to select a tenant based on merits rather than on a first come first served basis.



    Services

    Mains water. Mains electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.

    Local Authority: Horsham District Council.

    Council Tax Band: D

    Viewing

    Viewings will be arranged by the Landlord. After dealing with your initial enquiry Savills will pass on the relevant contact details and information to you.

    Please ensure you understand the costs involved before travelling to view the property to avoid any wasted journeys.

Local information

  • Situated in a lovely rural location on the edge of the Knepp Castle Estate. This gate lodge house is in a quiet rural location, the surrounding land grazed by longhorn cattle, fallow and red deer, Tamworth pigs and Exmoor ponies, and forms part of the Knepp Castle Estate's Re-wilding Project with its extensive network of footpaths and bridleways.