Four bedroom cottage set in idyllic location

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Court Cottage is set in an idyllic location within the South Downs National Park in the charming hamlet of Madehurst, close to Arundel.

Properties in Madehurst rarely come to the market, with many of the houses being tied to the local farms.

According to the 2001 census, the hamlet only has a population of just over 100. Court Cottage is believed to date back to the early 1900’s and was originally built as a squash court for the neighbouring Lower Farm. It was converted into a family house in the 1980’s.

Occupying a delightful position, the house sits in a plot of approximately one third of an acre.

Of brick and flint construction, the property includes a large family kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and reception room with an open fire.

The first floor has four bedrooms, with an en suite to the master bedroom.

To the rear of the property is a part covered sun terrace with a fountain water feature. This leads onto the main area of garden which is predominantly enclosed by a flint wall and has a heated swimming pool. There are various outbuildings forming part of a barn, including a pool room, workshop and large loft. In addition there is a double garage and covered store. EPC-E.

Guide price £1,100,000 freehold.

For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Henry Adams, Old Bank House, 128 Middleton Road, Middleton-on-Sea. Telephone 01243 587687.