Conveniently situated on the West Sussex/Surrey border, the popular village of Rudgwick is the setting for three exceptional, bespoke plots.
The consented designs provide an attractive mix of traditional architecture and contemporary living, with part tile hung elevations, exposed external timbers, traditional reclaimed-style brickwork and modern internal features.
Buyers have the opportunity to purchase an exceptional plot and commission a stunning family home to be built to their own internal specification under the security of a fixed price build contract. Buyers will work with the project team to create their ideal internal layout and specify all internal features including, amongst others, the kitchen, internal appliances, bathroom sanitary ware and flooring choices.
A bespoke plot offers the main benefits of a self build project but with the security of full planning permission in place plus a more managed process. An independent Contracts Administrator will visit the site every 4 weeks during construction, inspect the works and report back with an update on the build and confirmation of the payments to be made. To protect the buyer all payments made are for work already carried out or for materials that have been delivered to site. Stamp duty is only payable on the plot purchase.
Each of the current designs include an open plan, inclusive kitchen/dining room plus a generous sitting room, cloakroom, office/study and snug or Orangery. The architect has maximised the visual aspects over the rear gardens, with a mix of either bi-fold doors, French doors and/or a large feature windows.
A highlight of plot one is the vaulted snug which acts as a link between the generous lounge and the kitchen/diner. The lounge boasts large bi-folds giving access to the terrace and overlooking the garden, which together with the French doors in both the kitchen/diner and the snug, creates the ideal entertaining space. The planning permission includes an optional detached garage/storage area to the rear.
The internal image below shows how the kitchen diner on plot 2 could be specified with features including exposed oak beams and internal Crittall style doors leading into the Orangery. Both the kitchen diner and the lounge will open on to the full width terrace via 5m bifold doors. The first floor provides an exceptional primary suite plus 3 further double bedrooms, shower room and family bathroom.
Access to plot 3 is via a sweeping access drive that passes an historic oak tree and leads to a generous driveway with parking for multiple cars. We particularly like the large-shaped kitchen/diner that will be flooded with light from two ceiling lanterns plus two sets of bi-fold doors and a large picture window. Also on the preliminary layout the ground floor offers a sitting room, separate snug/playroom, utility and study. Upstairs are 4 double bedrooms, 2 en-suites plus family bathroom.
Rudgwick, West Sussex
3 x Bespoke Plots
Church Street, Cox Green, Rudgwick, West Sussex RH12 3DD
Plot prices: From £615,000
House sizes: From 2,538 sqft
Plot sizes: From 1,376 sqm
Status: ALL PLOTS RESERVED
The rear gardens of all 3 plots adjoin picturesque fields with a public footpath nearby linking to the popular Milk Churn cafe, award-winning Firebird Micro Brewery and Kings Head public house.
Lying approximately 7 miles to the west of Horsham, Rudgwick offers a number of amenities including a convenience store with post office, beauty salon, country pubs, GP surgery, dentist, pharmacy and a Grade 1 listed 13th century church. The surrounding countryside is ideal for walking, cycling and riding, not forgetting the nearby Way & Arun Canal which offers seasonal boat trips as well as opportunities for the more adventurous canoeists and paddle boarders.
Racing at Goodwood and polo at Hurtwood and Cowdray Park are a short drive away. The larger town of Cranleigh is 4.5 miles away offering a more diverse range of high street and independent shops including an M&S Food, restaurants, cafes and pubs.
Local schools include Rudgwick Primary and Loxwood Primary schools, Ingfield Manor, Glebelands and the ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted rated, The Weald Community School and Sixth Form.
The Independent sector is catered for with Pennthorpe Prep and Pre-Prep, as well as Cranleigh School and Farlington School, both of which are internationally renowned. Christ’s Hospital School is a little further afield.
There are a number of train stations nearby offering direct links to London, including Billingshurst, Christ’s Hospital and Warnham. London, Worthing and Brighton can all be accessed from Horsham Station in under an hour while Gatwick Airport is a half hour drive.
Cranleigh: 4.5 miles
Horsham: 7 miles
Petworth: 12 miles
Guildford: 14 miles
Gatwick Airport: 20 miles
The buyer will have the option to create the ideal internal layout and select all internal features including kitchen, flooring, bathrooms, tiles, etc. The main contractor, Northchurch Homes, will provide a fixed build cost including Prime Cost sums for all internal features. Preliminary floor plans are available on request.
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Cox Green, Rudgwick
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