Oak Tree Farm is a light and spacious home built by the current owners in 2016/17 to a high specification, including an exceptional energy performance rating. From the welcoming reception hall, the accommodation has a natural flow with the dining room, study and reception hall benefitting from engineered oak flooring. The drawing room has bi-folding doors onto the terrace and garden beyond and at the heart of the home is the dual aspect, split level kitchen/breakfast room with bespoke fitted kitchen, integrated appliances, dual fuel range cooker, central island breakfast bar, Silestone worktops and porcelain tiled floor.
On the 1st floor, the dual aspect master bedroom has a dressing room and en suite bathroom with marble floor, double vanity sink, walk-in shower and free standing bath. There are four further bedrooms; the guest bedroom having an en suite shower and all having built-in wardrobes. The contemporary styled family bathroom has a white suite and walk-in shower and, on the 2nd floor, are the 6th bedroom, a games/play room and cinema with surround sound. Other features include Rako programmable lighting to the main rooms, mvhr (Mechanical Ventilation with Heat Recovery), Data Plate in all rooms to connect to multimedia, a Sonos sound system, cat 5/6 cabling, solar panels, water filters and Aqualisa programmable showers.
Oak Tree Farm is situated in a semi-rural location just over 3 miles from Rusper village with its post office, school, church, two pubs and The Ghyll Manor Hotel. The market town of Horsham is about 8 miles distant and offers a range of facilities including a Waitrose and John Lewis at Home, Swan Walk shopping centre, various restaurants, The Pavilions Leisure Centre and Everyman Cinema. The town of Crawley is also nearby with a range of retail outlets.
There are excellent commuter links in the area with Ifield Station about 2 miles distant with services to London Bridge/London Victoria (in about 1 hour), as well as stations at Horsham and Three Bridges. The A24/A23 offer easy access to London, the coast and the wider motorway network.
The property is approached via a 5-bar gate to a shingle drive which, along with the double garage, provides ample parking. The front garden is enclosed by hedging and is laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders.
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by hedging, with a pond and raised vegetable garden. An Indian sandstone terrace and adjoining decked area provide the perfect location for outside entertaining; complimented by outside lighting and speakers. There are two Pole barns; one sub-divided to provide four stables with a paddock area at the rear having separate side access.