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Malt Cottage, Angel Street
Petworth,

The Location

Petworth is a historic and picturesque old market town within the South Downs National Park.  Petworth House and Park (National Trust) dominates the town, set in beautiful 750 acres of parkland designed by Capability Brown. In the Old High Street, Market Square and quaint side streets will be found a good selection of independent shops, as well as antique, boutique and and objet d'art shops. There is a high class deli, with various coffee houses and restaurants. 

In normal times, Petworth has a farmers market and wonderful country walks, include trails in the beautiful Shimmings Valley nearby. 

Sporting facilities include the world renowned Cowdray Park Polo Ground; and Cowdray Golf Club. In normal times, Glorious Goodwood is home to horseracing and the renowned Festival of Speed & Revival motorsport events. There is sailing from Chichester & Littlehampton harbours. 

The larger centres of Guildford and Chichester have top High Street shops; hosting a variety of theatre productions and cultural events when social distancing allows. Travel: Haslemere main line station (10 miles - Waterloo 60 minutes) and Pulborough (5.5 miles - Victoria 75 minutes). A286, A27 and A3 accessible. Gatwick airport is about 40 minutes by car. 

Schools in both the state and private sector include Seaford College, Dorset House, Great Ballard, Petworth and Midhurst First Schools. 

 

Malt Cottage

Probably dating back over 100 years and not a Listed Building, this tile-hung detached cottage is a level walk from the centre of the town. It is hidden away, approached along a short pathway and set behind historic buildings on Angel Street. What you cannot see is a lovely old-walled garden that has a view to the Shimmings Valley. 

In the same ownership for many years, Malt Cottage now needs refurbishment and we can see a buyer re-planning the interior, perhaps creating an "upside-down" designer-home, that could feature a stunning open-plan first floor living area with its wide rear window area.  From this room an iron stairway leads down to the 60ft-plus garden. 

There's plenty of space for new bathrooms on both floors and the large rear room downstairs would make a tranquil sitting room and study/home office, opening out onto the lower terrace. (Alterations subject to consents)

"With an ever-diminishing supply of this type of property, chances like this are rare indeed."  

Clive Pightling, Managing Director, Clarke & Charlesworth, Village & Country Property