- Appealing & adaptable equestrian property close to the South Downs Link bridleway
- Well presented detached family house with pretty gardens & outlook over land
- 3-4 reception rooms, 3-4 beds & 2 bath/shower rooms
- 5-6 stables & stores, double garage (previous consent for conversion) & sand school
- Well maintained gardens & grounds incl. pond, paddocks & woodland copse
- Overall approx. 6.2 acres (2.51 Ha)
GUIDE PRICE RANGE £995,000 to £1,050,000. An appealing and adaptable equestrian and country property extending overall to approx. 6.2 ACRES and lying to the North part of West Grinstead along the no through Kennel Lane and within close striking distance of the DOWNS LINK BRIDLEWAY on the old railway line providing extensive riding, walking and recreational opportunities. The property includes a well presented detached house offering light and airy accommodation spread over two floors with double glazed windows, oil fired central heating and air conditioning to the principal rooms. The house is understood to have originally been built in the 1960's by a previous owner of the propertywho had been the winning jockey of the 1955 Cheltenham Gold Cup on the British thoroughbred ''Gay Donald''. Tony Grantham was an unconsidered outsider, starting at odds of 33/1, but Gay Donald was understood to have set off in front then soon built up a huge lead and, even after some late jumping errors at the last 2 fences as he began to tire, he still won by 10 lengths from "Halloween".