Chesterton Humberts are offering a beautiful piece of architecture located in the midst of the South Downs National Park.
Warehead House, in Halnaker, briefly comprises: a ground floor, a kitchen/breakfast room, four reception rooms, a utility room, a conservatory, a basement, four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a dressing room/bedroom 5, gardens and grounds, a three-car garage, a garden store and outbuildings.
Attached to one end of the house is a an oak beamed cottage that provides a sitting room and a kitchen/dining room on the ground floor.
There are three bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor.
Being connected to the main house on the ground floor, there is potential to connect the two to make a larger, single dwelling.
Warehead House was built in approximately 1845 as part of the Goodwood Estate.
It enjoys an impressive entrance hall. To the left of this is an informal sitting room with an open fireplace and to the right is a dining room with views over the front gardens.
The garden contains large areas laid to lawn with a great quantity of plants and shrubbery.
A gravel pathway leads down the easternmost side of the property with stone steps leading down to an area of sweeping lawns lined with mature trees and hedges. On the west side of the house is further lawn leading down to the boundary at the rear of the property.
The abundance of trees, hedges and creepers help to ensure that the gardens enjoy their privacy and seclusion.
Warehead House is located in Halnaker, which lies approximately four miles north east of the cathedral city of Chichester and is best known for its windmill, Halnaker Mill, which can be seen from many local vantage points.
Locally, the village has its own pub and shares Boxgrove Priory as its parish church.
The house is accessed through a gateway with two brick piers leading to a circular gravel driveway at the front of the property with a central grass island and parking area.
For more information call Chesterton Humberts, Chichester, on 01243 531010.
Offers in excess of £1,700,000.