- Beautiful grassland farm in a sensational Downland setting with stunning rural views
- An extremely rare opportunity to create a stunning "Grand Design" new home by conversion & rebuild within the National Park
- With an extensive range of traditional built and more recent outbuildings
- Forming a ring fence with the farmstead at the centre of rolling pasture land
- Extending overall to approximately 55 acres (22.26 Ha.) plus further land available
- AVAILABLE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION: Adjoining 6.5 acres (2.63 Ha.) with consent for stabling and a 2-bed holiday cottage/ramblers/cyclist retreat.
WONDERFUL "GRAND DESIGN" BUILD OPPORTUNITY: Occupying a sensational rural position within the heart of the South Downs National Park, Maudlin Mill Farm extends overall to approximately 61.5 acres (24.88 Ha.) with a farmstead lying right of the centre of the land forming a ring fence of rolling pasture land surrounding the farmstead. The property represents a very special and wonderful opportunity to create a stunning "Grand Design" new home by means of conversion and new build to the edge of an existing period brick and flint Downland barn with its fine Horsham stone roof and together with the range of more recently built barns and outbuildings forming a cluster around the proposed new dwelling whose accommodation will extend to approximately 5,000 sq. ft and including part subterranean floor and pool areas. These adjoining outbuildings have been beautifully constructed with a mixture of traditional flint, brick and weatherboarded elevations under clay, stone or thatched roofs so as to seamlessly blend with the older barn and its historic landscape.
The proposed conversion of the period flint barn was originally consented under Horsham District Council planning ref DC/04/0574 with subsequent modifications granted under DC/09/0625 and then for below ground basement permitted under consent DC/09/1260 and then subsequently revised again under consent DC/10/0049. The appended plans show the proposed layout for the consented scheme.