The Street, Bramber


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  • Bedrooms: 4
An impressive and substantial house built probably in the latter years of the 19th Century and standing in mature gardens of about half an acre. The nicely proportioned rooms radiate from a spacious staircase hall with feature stained-glass windows to the entrance and first floor landing, and the architectural theme continues with fine joinery, open fireplaces and an exceptional oak-panelled dining room. The house is approached by a long, gated driveway and due to the south-west orientation, room layout and generous grounds, one has to be reminded that Highcroft is attached on the eastern boundary. This is a fine family home with a country house feel and the modern practicalities of replacement double glazing to the majority of windows and gas fired central heating. The property is of traditional brick and tile construction with whitened elevations and decorative timber studding.

A prominent house on the south side of The Street below the earthworks and Norman relics of Bramber Castle, within the village Conservation Area. It is on the causeway running from the Castle to the river and above the road, with some fine views from the house to the South Downs. It is a secluded location by virtue of many mature trees within the grounds. Approximate distances: Shoreham-by-Sea five miles (to main line railway station) and Brighton 11. Horsham 16 miles, Gatwick is usually 40 minutes' drive. London 54 miles.

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