This wonderfully restored, brick and flint, Grade II* listed cottage is in an attractive setting in Binderton.
The property, in Binderton Lane, occupies an elevated position overlooking the Lavant Valley. From the front elevation it is apparent that this not an ordinary residence.
The unusual double-height, leaded light windows are a particular feature and the property has a notable chimney together with a tower which houses the semi-spiral staircase within.
Reputed to date from around 1680, The Old Kitchens is Grade II* listed and was formerly affiliated to Binderton House, a former country home of post-war Prime Minister Anthony Eden.
During the 1980s Binderton House was converted into a number of apartments and cottages.
Recently The Old Kitchens has been the subject of extensive renovation including works to the chimney, the tower and redecoration throughout.
The current owner has taken The Old Kitchens into the 21st century adding quality fixtures and fittings, modern heating and water systems, new bathrooms and a beautiful bespoke kitchen ensuring luxury and comfort for everyday living.
Ground floor accommodation comprises an entrance hallway, kitchen/dining room, drawing room and a cloakroom.
On the first floor there are two generous double bedrooms, each with en-suite facilities, together with a second floor versatile room/occasional third bedroom.
To the front of the property is a pretty garden with paved path.
The rear garden, which is only accessible from the house, has a paved patio and sloping lawn which is bounded by hedging.
The garden borders include mature shrubs, a quince tee and an apple tree.
A single garage, with up-and-over door, is situated a little further along the driveway.
Guide Price £715,000.
For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Savills Petworth, Exchange House, Petworth. Telephone 01798 343111.