Constructed in 2004 this charming and unique Barn Style Cottage is being presented to the sales market for the first time.
This individual character property is part timber framed and part brick built, with a high pitched clay tiled roof. The many features include; exposed oak beams, a delightful vaulted ceiling to the sitting room, herringbone brick detail on internal panel walls and oak internal latched doors. There are sealed unit double glazed windows, and an oil fired boiler supplying central heating to radiators and hot water.
The accommodation comprises, on the ground floor; a generous entrance vestibule, opening to an impressive sitting room with high vaulted ceiling, galley style kitchen, 2 bedrooms, traditional bathroom/WC and further en-suite shower room/WC.
On the first floor there is a 30' gallery landing and two areas of open plan living space. These areas could quite easily be partitioned to provide two further bedrooms; each has a Velux style roof window.
Gardens - Externally the property enjoys good size gardens to three sides. The large rear garden is west facing and offers a high degree of privacy and seclusion with mature trees and hedges surrounding. At the end of the garden there is a small orchard with fruit trees.
There is a further area of garden to the side, with steps down to a large patio area, with an abundance of mature bushes plants and shrubs. To the front there is a large gravelled area providing ample parking for numerous vehicles.
Location - Barn By The Willow is located just off the A29 on Bury Common, less than half a mile north of the village of Bury. Accessed via a slip road and well screened from the road this position is most convenient being almost equal distance from the towns of Pulborough and Arundel, both within less than 5 miles. Bury Village is located in the Arun Valley on the west bank of the River Arun at the foot of Bury Hill within the South Downs National Park. The village community enjoys a popular gastro pub, a primary school and the local cricket club play on Bury Common.
The historic town of Arundel with cathedral and castle offers many specialist shops and restaurants. The larger cathedral City of Chichester with Festival Theatre is approximately 12 miles south west. There are mainline railway stations in Arundel and Pulborough along as well as Amberley village (3.7 miles) providing a direct hourly service to London Victoria in approximately 90 minutes.