"Believed to date, in parts, from the late 1800s, Larks Lea has been improved and extended over the years to become a spacious family home whilst retaining many period, character features including: attractive tiled entrance porch, wooden floors and doors, picture and dado rails, and fireplaces.
Beyond its attractive façade are three reception rooms on the ground floor, with the dual aspect sitting room having an open working fireplace and French doors giving access to the beautiful rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room boasts a bespoke solid wood fitted kitchen, oak worktops and oil fired Aga; and opens out into the conservatory/utility room which, along with the wet room, has underfloor heating.
On the first floor, the dual aspect master bedroom has built-in wardrobes and an en suite shower. Three further bedrooms and the family bathroom complete the accommodation.
The gardens at Larks Lea are truly delightful having been lovingly landscaped and tended to by the current owners. A central lawn is flanked by flower and shrub borders, planted with a wide variety of species providing colour and interest throughout the year, with specimen trees providing height and shade.
Immediately adjacent to the rear of the property is an attractive paved terrace and stone built semi-circular seating area; perfect for outside entertaining. A beautiful ornamental pond with waterfall feature is complimented by a smaller wildlife pond and the garden attracts an abundance of wildlife.
There are two useful timber outbuildings, one currently used as a workshop and the other for storage, as well as a greenhouse. The front garden has off street parking for several vehicles."
Location: Mill Lane, Lower Beeding, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 . At the time of this post, priced at £860,000 ($1,119,499 USD).
For more information on this property contact Paula Moore at Strutt & Parker .