This impressive, detached property of Edwardian origins was originally the managers residence for a large dairy and its opulent origins are still evident in the property with generous ceiling heights, picture rails, ornate architraves, original panel doors, and ornate bannisters to staircases. The property needs complete modernisation. A very rare chance to find a period detached property with numerous original features that will allow the new owner to immerse themselves in, undoubtedly, a large commitment whilst giving them the opportunity to restore an original landmark Billingshurst property to its former glory. The large reception hall gives access to two formal reception rooms both with fireplaces in situ and large bay windows. To the rear of the property is an additional reception room and the ground floor also consists of a kitchen, rear lobby leading to rear porch and a cloakroom.
The landing is approached by a turning staircase with picture window at half landing. The landing gives access to four bedrooms, all with generous ceiling heights, picture rails, panelled doors and two of the bedrooms to the front elevation have large bays. The bathroom has a dated suite.
From the landing a small staircase leading to a small hidden landing where the loft access is located.
The property is set in a tucked away location and has right of way over a long, well maintained drive. The grounds to the property are, as to be expected, very overgrown though are of a generous size and encompass the house. Evidence of its former landscaping are visible at points and the new owner of this home will undoubtedly relish the task of clearing and landscaping the garden.
Nearer the house the property has a large drive with turning point, so there is plenty of parking for numerous vehicles.
To the side of the property are several steel framed and timber outbuildings.