This appealing West Sussex farmhouse comes with grassland, woodland, ponds and a shoot
Historically a dairy farm, Dickhurst Farm sits in a very sought-after location in West Sussex just over two miles from Haslemere.
The farmhouse itself is of red brick construction and part timber frame under a tiled roof, and could benefit from some modernisation. Accommodation includes some good reception rooms including the sitting room and dining room, plus a farmhouse kitchen and four bedrooms upstair; an attic space lies at the top of the house.
Outside, the gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a vegetable garden and an orchard beyond.
To the north of the farmhouse is a range of farm buildings; the land comes in to blocks with a byway flanked by rows of mature trees, while the mixture of pasture and woodland comprises around 106 acres of pasture and around 30 acres of woodland. Two substantial ponds are very attractive; one has the remains of a Victorian boathouse.
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In recent years the farm has formed part of the Dickhurst Estate shoot. There are two pens, and a number of drives on the farm which could lend themselves to a fun family shoot.
Dickhurst Farm comprises a secluded family property with lots of potential, just three miles from Chiddingford and just over two miles from Haslemere. Midhurst is ten miles.
The guide price is £1.75m. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01428 661 077 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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