Honer Farm is a unique attached property, previously converted from farm buildings, set in a delightfully tranquil spot at the end of a farm lane in the hamlet of Honer. It offers wonderful views over the neighbouring water meadows and open farmland, across to Pagham Harbour. Although in need of some modernisation, the property offers great scope to further extension and improvement with planning permission granted in 2006 (ref. 06/02426/DOM) for the creation of 3 ground floor bedrooms and 2 further bathrooms. 2 of these bedrooms have been completed, therefore providing the opportunity for the remaining extension work to be completed by a new owner.
To the ground floor, there is a large reception room that provides space for both a living and dining area. This tripleaspect room provides a delightful view out to the south, over water meadows, to Pagham Harbour. The kitchen/breakfast room has a real farm cottage feel to it with an oil-fired AGA, quarry tile flooring (featuring an access hatch to a well), country-style units and space for a large sideboard or Welsh dresser. There is a utility room leading off the kitchen and a cloakroom accessed from the entrance hall area.
There are 3 ground floor bedrooms to one end of the property with a 4th bedroom to the first floor, where the family bathroom is also located.
Honer Farm is set in grounds totalling just under half an acre, with a parking area and courtyard style garden to the front. There is also a further courtyard area to the side of the property. To the rear, the gardens extend away from the house and are mainly laid to lawn and edged to mature hedgerows. Within the rear garden is a large timber garden room which offers a great space to be utilised as either a further reception room, a games room, gym or home office. There is also a workshop and store rooms to the south of the house, which may have scope for conversion to annexe accommodation, subject to the necessary planning permissions.