Bishops Barn Farm is a charming, period property of great character, origins of which it is understood, date from the 18th Century and which occupies a lovely semirural position at the foot of the South Downs National Park. Most of the rooms have impressive features in keeping with the period style such as good height ceilings and exposed timber beams.
The accommodation is well proportioned and welcoming with cloakroom/WC leading off the hallway. The spacious kitchen/dining room has a magnificent, large Inglenook fireplace, wood burning stove, ancient flagstone floor, exposed ceiling beams and farmhouse style kitchen wall and floor units with drawers and cupboards, butler sink and island. Leading off the hallway is the sitting room which features a wonderful large Inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove, impressive timber bressumer beam and exposed beams. Leading off from the sitting room is the spacious, light and airy living room. On the first floor landing a large window overlooks the garden. The spacious principal bedroom features built in wardrobe cupboards. There are two further double bedrooms, all of which have exposed wall beams. The family bathroom features a free standing basin and bath and shower cubicle with tiled floor.
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"Charming detached farmhouse with 2 bed cottage, 2 barns, stables, set in about 4.25 acres"