Coates, Fittleworth, West Sussex Guide price £399,000

2 bedroom property for sale

Well proportioned first floor apartment within a fine Georgian Country Mansion surrounded by open parkland. The adjoining residence is also available to be purchased as a Whole or in two separate Lots.Well proportioned first floor apartment within a fine Georgian Country Mansion surrounded by open parkland. The adjoining residence is also available to be purchased as a Whole or in two separate Lots.

Apartment (Lot 2)
Turret 1/Flat Entrance/Boot Room, Bedroom 2/Potential for Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Turret 2 and Sitting Room, Study/Bedroom 3, Bedroom 1, Bathroom, Cloakroom

Gardens that extend to 0.809 acres (0.327 ha)

Main House (Lot 1)
Entrance Hall, Reception Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room with oil fired Aga, Cloakroom, Boot Room, Galleried Landing, Master Bedroom with Shower Room en Suite, 3 Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Utility Room, Laundry Room, Internal access to Apartment, Bedroom 5 with Shower Room en Suite, Box room, Access to Roof

Single Garage/Workshop (with disused Gardener’s WC & Sink), Gardens (Private garden to rear and large front garden), Heated Swimming Pool, Paddock, Driveway, Courtyard, Garden Shed, In all approx 3.8 acres (1.56 ha)The Property
Coates Castle, which is Listed Grade II, was built by John King in the 1820s in the Strawberry Hill Gothic Style. He sold the property to George Wyndham whose Coat of Arms appears above the main entrance. There is a lot of history attached to the house with many famous visitors including Sir Winston Churchill and Kaiser Wilhelm. Lt Col Stewart Blacker developed the PIAT anti tank gun during World War II whilst at Coates Castle.

Coates Castle is constructed of stuccoed stone with crenulated gables, buttresses and gothic style turrets. The property is set well back from the lane down its own drive, past woodland and ancient trees and surrounded by Barlavington Estate land and beautiful open countryside.

The Location
Coates Castle is situated in a rural hamlet, close to Fittleworth, within the South Downs National Park. The area is well known for lovely walks on the surrounding common land and the open countryside. The town of Pulborough is nearby and provides a good selection of shops, two supermarkets and the main line station to London (Victoria). The market town of Petworth has much to offer with Petworth House and Park, owned by the National Trust. The Cathedral town of Guildford to the North and Chichester to the South have renowned theatres and a wide selection of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities. The A3 gives fast access to London, the motorway network, Gatwick, Heathrow and Southampton airports. The historic town of Arundel is 7 miles distant and has a Castle, The Wetland Centre, boat trips on the River Arun and Amberley Museum nearby.

The area has much to offer throughout the year in the way of leisure and sporting facilities including The Petworth music Festival, The Festival of Speed and Revival Meeting at Goodwood, Polo at Cowdray Park, Racing at Goodwood and Fontwell, Golf at the West Sussex Golf Club and Cowdray Park and sailing out of Chichester Harbour and other centres along the coast. There are miles of good walking and riding in the area, including the South Downs Way.

Mainline Rail Services:
Pulborough to London Victoria (70 minutes), Haslemere to London Waterloo (53 minutes)

Pulborough 3 miles, Petworth 3 miles, Arundel 7 miles, Haslemere 11 miles, Midhurst 11 miles, Chichester 13 miles, London 59 miles

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