Tuckman’s Farm is a Grade II listed farmhouse on the edge of the West Sussex hamlet of Copsale which would particularly suit an equestrian buyer. The house itself has accommodation over two floors, and is well-presented throughout. The well-appointed dining room leads off the inner hall, off which is the family room. The fitted study has a very fine range of oak bookshelving, while the sitting room is a particular feature of the house, with its inglenook fireplace and oak bressumer beam, brick surround and log burner.
The kitchen/breakfast room is a good family space with a three-oven Aga, while the separate breakfast area has fitted bench seating. Upstairs there are four bedrooms with vaulted ceilings on the first floor, including the master suite.
The traditional-style timber-framed building, built by the current owners, has accommodation over two floors. With reception room, living room, wet room and bedroom, it provides very comfortable additional accommodation. A stable yard has accommodation for three horses, tack room and two further stables used for storage and as an office.
Landscaped gardens surround the house. In addition there is a formal rise garden, a potager and a vegetable garden with raised beds. There is also amenity grassland and a pretty lily pond, and a large paddock. The grounds come to over 12 acres.
The local market town of Horsham offers comprehensive shopping and recreational facilities and a mainline railway station giving a fast and regular rail service to London Victoria and London Bridge.
The guide price is £1.3m. For further information please telephone 01403 339180 or contact http://search.knightfrank.com.
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