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Walnut Tree House is ideal for family get-togethers, celebrations, or as a base to explore the many varied attractions of West Sussex. Short breaks are available all year round. Its features include 3 double bedrooms, 1 twin bedroom & 3 bathrooms with travel cot available, open plan kitchen / dining room, two Inglenook fire places and an attractive garden with gardener.

Rustington is ideally situated at the foot of the South Downs, just half a mile from the sea making it a perfect base for exploring the delights of West Sussex. It has all the local amenities you would expect from a much larger village and within 1 mile, has 2 golf courses and a swimming and leisure centre. Shops and restaurants are all within walking distance and it is just 100 yards from the family friendly Lamb public house. Littlehampton is a 5 minute drive where you will find a thriving harbour and yacht marina and Worthing town centre is a 15 minute drive.
History: A beautiful and spacious Grade II listed semi-detached house in Old Rustington; Walnut Tree House is a comfortable home sleeping 8-10 with a small secluded garden, only two minutes walk from ‘The Lamb Inn’, three minutes from local shops and 500 yards from the beach. Walnut Tree House is ideal for family get-togethers, celebrations, or as a base to explore the many varied attractions of West Sussex.

Walnut Tree House is possibly the oldest property in Rustington dating from the 15th Century. Until the fifties it was a working farm but slowly the land was sold. Originally a medieval timber frame hall house. In Georgian times a new front door and portico added. The house was refaced in flint when 2 inglenook fireplaces were added.

In late Victorian times the bay windows were added and the leaded light windows. In about 1910 the house was renovated and 2 mill stones from the demolished Rustington Windmill were placed as fire hearths.

Accommodation: The accommodation is over 3 floors in the older part of this semi-detached house. Features of the property are low ceilings and beams throughout. It is a double fronted house with the Front Door to the entrance hall leading on the right to the kitchen and the Living Room on the left. A utility room and WC lead off at the rear.

The Farmhouse Kitchen has a 6 burner range, granite worktops, dishwasher, fridge & freezer. The Kitchen is open plan to the Dining Room with a large feature inglenook fireplace and a large Riley Mahogany Dining Table with seating for 8.

The Living Room at it’s largest 25’ x 12’, again has an Inglenook fireplace around which there is seating for eight on three settees. There is a television with free view channels. The study area off, has a desk and chair with facility for a computer link up.

From the Living Room are stairs to the first floor. The Master Bedroom is 25’ long and 10’ wide with a Bath / Shower room en suite. There is a king size bed, fireplace and cupboards for clothes storage. The second bedroom is a large double with dressing Bathroom en suite. Again there is built in clothes storage and a King size bed.

The stairs to the 2nd floor lead off the landing and the upper 2 bedrooms (1 double and 1 twin) share a shower room with toilet. Each bedroom has vaulted ceilings with low beams. Care must be taken not to bash your head so are ideal for children.

Walnut Tree House is walking distance from the seafront and is ideal for family get-togethers, celebrations, or as a base to explore the many varied attractions of West Sussex. Long and short breaks are available all year round.

It comfortably sleeps ten in 4 double bedrooms & 3 bathrooms with an open plan kitchen / dining room, two Inglenook fire places, a large living room with bed settee and study, together with an attractive garden with gardener.

Originally 15th century with major additions and changes over the decades makes this a beautiful historic house. The front door and portico is Georgian, an addition in the 1790’s!

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