Two bedroom barn conversion in Washington, near Pulborough, West Sussex
High specification barn conversion near Pulborough in West Sussex, with eco-friendly ground source heating system and rainwater harvester and a partly converted barn in the garden which could have a variety of uses
Originally a hay barn, the property was converted in 2008 by the present owners with high specification fixtures and fittings.
The barn has been converted into an environmentally "Iron Stone" and wood home fitted with a highly efficient ground source heat pump and rainwater harvester to provide a constant source of both hot water and heat via underfloor heating and using the rain water from the roof to flush toilets and the washing machine.
Spacious lounge with character features including exposed beams, solid oak flooring and wood burning multi-fuel stove. The sitting room also has down lighting and doors leading to a secluded courtyard area with further door to kitchen.
The kitchen / dining room has been designed to take advantage of all available light with large double patio doors leading to a flagstone patio area, windows either side and three rooflights. The kitchen is fitted with bespoke units, solid wood work tops, integrated "Kitchen Aid" appliances, and Welsh slate tiled floor. There is a seating area and door to a separate utility room with the heat pump, harvester water pump and water softener units.
From the lounge, a turning oak staircase leads to the first floor landing with access to two double bedrooms and a modern fitted family bathroom.
The property is approached via a five bar security gate leading to a gravel driveway (right of access at all times) with parking for numerous vehicles immediately to the left.
From there steps lead to the bottom half of the garden currently used for growing vegetables and keeping chickens with a path leading to formal garden with large lawn.
Either side is a gravel path leading to large patio area.
To the front of the property is a concealed and private gravel courtyard area enjoying a wonderful southerly aspect.
The property also benefits from a large partly converted barn currently used by the present owners to work from home with a physio treatment room and soft furnishings workshop, fitted with hard wired internet and TV and a separate WC.
Good road and rail links - just four miles to mainline train station at Pulborough (London 43 mins; Brighton 15 mins).
Easy access to M23, A27 and M25; Gatwick Airport: 30 mins; Brighton seafront: 35 mins.
Offers in the region of £597,500 SOLD