Homelands is a superbly presented detached property that has recently undergone significant improvement and extension by the current owners, now offering spacious and modern accommodation set in attractively landscaped grounds. Particular features of note include the very well-proportioned, open-plan kitchen and family room, the principal bedroom suite and the timber car barn with workshop/store.
On entering the house, the spacious hallway leads to the principal reception rooms. The sitting room has a fitted wood-burner, as well as a bay window overlooking the rear garden. The dining room offers a bright dual aspect and also overlooks the gardens. The feature room to the ground floor is the kitchen and family room, which offers a wonderful space in which to both entertain and relax. The stylish, modern kitchen is set at one end and includes a range of units with a central island unit. There is space for a range style cooker with an extractor hood above. At the southern end of this space there are doors opening out on to the rear garden, with further natural light for the room provided by roof lights. In addition, the ground floor offers a separate utility room and a cloakroom, which is accessed via a boot room with a side door leading out to the gardens.
To the first floor, the principal bedroom suite offers a contemporary en suite shower room, a range of fitted wardrobes and a southerly aspect view over the rear garden. There are three further double bedrooms, one of which also offers an en suite shower room, as well as there being a modern family bathroom with both a shower cubicle and contemporary freestanding bath.
Homelands is approached via an in and out driveway which is mostly laid to gravel. This provides access to the double car barn which has a workshop/store to the rear, accessed from the rear garden. The front of the property is screened by way of a landscaped boarder with mature shrubs, trees and low-level planting.
A side gate provides access to the rear garden, which is mostly laid to lawn with a seating area laid to shingle running along the rear of the house. This rear garden provides good outside space, extending its width behind the double car barn and workshop. The garden is edged with hedging and fencing, with an open view beyond over grazing land to what was once the Tangmere airfield.