The style of the house is in a traditional late 18th c. /19th c. style with a symmetrical front (west) elevation, in the typical light red multicoloured hand-made bricks of West Sussex, with a scatter of flared grey headers, built in Sussex bond; with double-hung sash windows having flat gauged brick arches over the openings and a simple brick weatherporch. The porch and a single storey Garden Room at the south end of the house are designed to appear as later additions to the main house. The hipped roof, with a gable to the rear facing projection, is finished in dark antique coloured hand-made plain clay tiles. External joinery is all painted.
The shaker kitchen opens onto a garden room with french doors onto a large sandstone and brick edged patio, which leads onto the ha-ha.
In the three bay garage is the GSHP system that was installed by our sister company Nicholls Boreholes.
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