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Bishops Barn

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									Bishops Barn Farm
Woodmancote, Emsworth
                                    Bishops Barn Farm, Woodmancote, Emsworth, West Sussex PO10 8RD
                                                                Emsworth 3 miles Chichester 9 miles London 70 miles




                          A charming period farmhouse, of great character, occupying a secluded and rural position,
                    with 4.25 acres and a good range of useful and versatile outbuildings. There is great potential to extend,
                       subject to the necessary consents. Believed to date from the seventeenth century, the house has an
                             impressive array of wall and ceiling beams and two magnificent Inglenook fireplaces.

                              Porch Hall Sitting Room Playroom Kitchen/Dining Room Utility Room Cloakroom
                                  3 Double Bedrooms Bathroom Priests Hole Wardrobe/Potential Shower Room
                       4.25 Acres Brick-Built Triple Stable Part Converted Period Barn 41 ft Atcost Barn 60ft Modern Barn

                                                                     Guide Price £795,000 Freehold

        37 South Street, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1EL Telephone: 01243 786316 Fax: 01243 533736 chichester@jackson-stops.co.uk www.jackson-stops.co.uk

                                  17 Curzon Street, London W1J 5HU Telephone: 020 7664 6646 Fax: 020 7664 6645 london@jackson-stops.co.uk


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A charming period farmhouse, of great character, occupying a secluded and rural            Sitting Room 14'2" x 12'3" (4.32m x 3.73m) Another beautiful Inglenook fireplace
position, with 4.25 acres of gardens and paddocks and a good range of useful and           with slow combustion woodburning stove, oak bressumer and exposed beams,
versatile outbuildings. There is great potential to extend the farmhouse, subject to       radiator, 4 wall light points.
the necessary consents. The property itself is believed to date from the seventeenth
century, yet has good ceiling heights and 3 double bedrooms, and a priesthole that         Rear Hall Quarry tiled floor, double radiator, staircase, door to
could be converted to a shower room. There is an impressive array of wall and
ceiling beams, 2 inglenook fireplaces and adaptable ground floor accommodation             Boot Hall Back door, door to
that lends itself to future extension. Outside Bishops Barn Farm has a good size
lawned garden, of approximately 0.73 of an acre, with a walled garden and ample            Downstairs Cloakroom Low level WC, pedestal wash basin, single radiator.
parking to the front of the property. The driveway continues through a 5-bar gate,
giving access to the stable block, barns and paddocks. The paddocks comprise               Playroom 20'1" x 10'11" (6.12m x 3.33m) Triple aspect, fireplace with woodburner,
approximately 3.5 acres and are enclosed by post and rail fencing. There is also a         3 wall light points, exposed beams.
triple stable block, large hay barn with additional stall and tack room, a further 60' x
50' modern barn, and a part converted period building.                                     Staircase to

The village has a local pub, whilst immediate shopping needs are catered for at            First Floor Landing Window overlooking the garden, doors to 3 double bedrooms
Westbourne (1.5 miles). Comprehensive facilities are available at either Chichester,
famous for its' annual Festivities, or Emsworth, renowned for its' annual Food Fair.       Bedroom 1 14'1" x 13'6" (4.3m x 4.11m) Low wardrobes, exposed wall beams, loft
There are plenty of sporting and recreational facilities nearby, including sailing on      hatch. Double radiator.
the harbour, walking on the Downs, horse and classic car motor racing at
Goodwood, amongst others. Adjacent to the garden and stable is a bridleway,                Bedroom 2 13'8" x 10'7" (4.17m x 3.23m) Low wardrobes, exposed wall beams,
leading to miles of countryside hacks.                                                     double radiator.

The accommodation comprises:                                                               Bedroom 3 12'4" x 10'10" (3.76m x 3.3m) Exposed wall beams, radiator, door to

Recessed storm porch with ceiling light, side windows and quarry tiled floor, oak          Priests Hole 6'2" x 5'10" (1.88m x 1.78m) Ideal as a wardrobe or walk-in dressing
ledged and braced door to                                                                  room. (A prospective purchaser may wish to look into converting this to a shower
                                                                                           room)
Hall Display shelf, doors to
                                                                                           Bathroom Suite comprising panelled bath with Triton shower over, wash basin inset
Kitchen/Dining Room 18’3” x 13'7" overall (5.56m x 4.14m) Pine faced base                  to vanity surface with cupboards below, low level WC, partly tiled walls, radiator,
cupboards with beech effect worksurface, inset with single drainer stainless steel         heated towel rail/ladder radiator.
sink unit with mixer tap, 4-ring electric hob, stainless steel oven, low voltage
downlighters, plumbing for dishwasher, views over garden. Flagstoned floor and             OUTSIDE
magnificent Inglenook fireplace housing slow combustion woodburning stove, and
bread oven. Wealth of exposed ceiling beams, double radiator, 2 wall light points,         The house sits in its own grounds totalling around 4.25 acres, with formal lawn sof
opening to                                                                                 approximately 0.73 of an acre. There is a walled garden to the front approached by
                                                                                           a gravel driveway with casual parking area. A 5-bar gate then leads to an ideal
Utility Room 7'1" x 6'2" (2.16m x 1.88m) Worksurface, plumbing for washing                 equestrian yard, with concrete apron, a block of 3 brick built stables and an
machine, 2 storage cupboards, Potterton gas boiler with programmer and timer.
Atcost Barn 41' x 29' (12.5m x 8.84m) with 4 additional looseboxes, and lockable
tack room.

The concrete yard with water tap then leads to further lawn, beyond which is another
very large

Barn 60' x 50' (18.29m x 15.24m) with light and power.

Beyond are a series of well draining paddocks stretching to 4.25 acres (including
garden).

Period Stable Block 50' x 14'3" (15.24m x 4.34m) with 3 stables, light and power.

Partially Converted Barn 31' x 14'6" (9.45m x 4.42m) Concrete floor with damp
proof course and 2 pairs of double glazed French doors, 2 original stalls, additional
stable door, and a further

Tool Shed/Implement Store 14'3" x 9'11" (4.34m x 3.02m)

Services Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. Broadband available.

Local Authority Chichester District Council, East Pallant, Chichester.
Tel. No. 01243 785166

18604/AMR/CER/013051

Directions:

Upon entering Woodmancote, take the unmade lane opposite the village pub, and
the house can be found approximately 100 yards along on the left hand side.
IMPORTANT NOTICE

Jackson-Stops & Staff give notice to anyone reading these details:-

1. These particulars are set out for the interested parties and purchasers as a guideline only. They are intended to give
a fair description but not to constitute part of an offer or contract.
2. All descriptions, dimensions, distances, orientations and other statements/facts are given in good faith but should not
be relied upon as being a statement or representation of facts.
3. The property including services are believed to be in good working order,
however, nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good condition or
otherwise nor that any services are in good working order. Interested applicants are advised to make their own
enquiries and investigations before finalising their offer to purchase.
4. The photographs appearing in this brochure show only certain parts and aspects of the property at the time when the
photographs were taken. Certain aspects may have changed since the photographs were taken and it should not be
assumed that the property remains precisely as displayed in the photographs. Furthermore no
assumptions should be made in respect of parts of the property which are not shown in the photographs.
5. Any area measurements or distances referred to herein are approximate only.
6. Where there is a reference in these particulars to the fact that alterations have been carried out or that a particular use
is made of any part of the property, this is not intended to be a statement that any necessary planning, building
regulations or other consents have been obtained and these matters must be verified by any intending purchaser.
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an opinion and not by a way of statement of fact. If there are any points of particular importance that need clarifying
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