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Coolham Road



The hamlet of Coolham lies about 3.5 miles to east of Billingshurst which provides excellent local facilities including shops, village inns, restaurants and a main line rail service to London Victoria/London Bridge in about 65 minutes.  Within a short drive is the lively village of Storrington with its good local shops and traders for everyday needs, plus a large Waitrose store and new Costa.  The A272 & A24 are accessible with links to major road networks and Gatwick is about 40 minutes by car. 


The larger centre of Horsham is about 7 miles to the north, which together with Brighton, Chichester & Horsham, has the top High Street shopping names and hosts theatre productions, plus a variety of cultural events & exhibitions. 


Sports enthusiasts can enjoy golf at West Sussex Golf Club and West Chiltington, horse racing and the renowned Festival of Speed & Revival motor sports at Goodwood, with show jumping at Hickstead, and sailing out of Chichester.  Miles of footpaths and bridle paths across the beautiful South Downs.  There are excellent schools nearby in both the state and private sector including The Weald, Steyning Grammar, Windlesham House School, Lancing College, Christ's Hospital and Hurstpierpoint.


The property


Is a Potton Heritage home, the company being well known for its specially tailored properties with individuality and good design.  Situated in a converted farm complex with a range of other interesting cottages and the original farmhouse, this is a pleasant little community in a country setting without being isolated.  The rural outlook at the rear takes the eye through to greenery, fields and countryside.  


The well-planned interior has a modern-cottage feel to it, with features of architectural interest coupled with practical living and easy maintenance.  A large kitchen dining room is the social hub of the house, which is great for family dining and children, whilst the large sitting room is cool in summer and cosy in winter with its corner fireplace and woodburning stove.  Wrapped around the sitting room is a fine living/conservatory with rural views and the facility to section a part off as a work or study area. 


The mature garden creates a pleasant setting with areas in sun and shade, and there is additional parking as well as the garage. 


An ideal home for a family or downsizers - we recommend early viewing. 


Ground Floor 


• Wide recessed porch  

Exposed timbers, paved base, courtesy light and cottage style front door.     


• Entrance hall  

Oak flooring and double glass and timber doors to the sitting room.  Light entering from the front, exposed brick panel.  Staircase with square balustrades to the first floor and cupboard beneath, with provision for washing machine. 


• Cloakroom  

Matching oak flooring.  Corner basin and WC.  Front window. 


• Sitting room  

An attractive room with oak flooring, a corner fireplace, oak beam and woodburner stove.  Paved hearth.  Window and double doors to the conservatory, looking to countryside beyond. 


• Impressive L-shape conservatory  

A wonderfully light wrap-around room with a country outlook.  Terra cotta floor tiles, plenty of room for dining and other furnishings.  Leading round to; 


• Work area/gym space  

 A useful extra space that could be screened off if required.        


• Feature kitchen/breakfast & family dining room   

A light and well-planned through room, both areas providing plenty of space.  The kitchen area is comprehensively fitted with lots of storage and an excellent supply of base, drawer and wall cabinets with matching plate rack and cookery bookshelves.  Granite-style worktops, wide peninsular breakfast bar and counter defining the two areas.  Inset sink & mixer.  Inset hob, oven & grill, cooker hood & lighting.  Integral fridge freezer & dishwasher.  Downlighters and counter lighting.  Wide front window, oak flooring, through to:  


• Family dining/breakfast room  

Matching flooring, pleasant green outlook through recent double glazed French doors to the rear garden).  Plenty of room for family dining table & chairs. 



First Floor 


• Landing  

Door to useful storage area.  Airing cupboard with Megaflo-style hot water system & tank.   


• Main Bedroom  

An interesting semi-vaulted bedroom with double fine double aspect room with glazed double doors and a Juliet balcony.  Rural outlook, Velux window, exposed beams, door to: 


• En-suite shower room  

Classic white & chrome bathroom ware, wide plain glass shower with thermostatic mixer and drench shower head.  Pedestal basin, WC.  Ceramic tiling, ribbed wood floor, downlighters.  Extractor fan, ladder towel rail.    


• Bedroom 2  

A good double room, again with glazed doors and a Juliet balcony.  Similar rural outlook.     


• Bedroom 3  

An L-shape room, currently used as a study.  Eaves storage, dormer style window to the front.  Room for wardrobes.  


• Family bathroom  

A roomy bathroom with sealed wood flooring, ceiling beam and classic white & chrome bathroom ware.  Panel bath with chrome mixer & spray.  Pedestal basin, WC.  Front window, ladder towel rail.




• Drive & additional parking area  

Arch and front gate into the garden.  There is further general visitor parking nearby.  


• Detached garage   

Up & over door, light & power. 


• The gardens  

Garden Cottage has an attractive, level front garden enclosed by close-board fencing, with climbing plants, two areas of lawn and a paved path to the front door.  The position gives areas of sun and shade, with granite-sett edged borders containing colourful shrubs & flowers; and a decking play area with a pebble border. 


Side gate & path to the rear garden, enjoying a lovely rural outlook with no immediate neighbouring property behind Garden Cottage.  The garden is extensively paved, double doors leading out from the dining area and conservatory, with a brick built barbecue, sitting areas and a post & rail rear fence.   Rhododendrons, hydrangeas and other shrubs. 


• Viewing  

Only by appointment please, with the sole agents. 




•  How to find us  

Turn into Church Street from the High Street by Bunces Hardware Store and we are 50 yards along on the right, near the Old Forge Deli, with 20 minute free parking usually available outside.