Located within the rural hamlet of The Haven, Ranvers House enjoys a wonderful position surrounded by farmland for both crops and dairy farming interspersed with attractive woodland. The property lies between the villages of Billingshurst to the south and Rudgwick to the north being approximately 4.5 miles and 3.1 miles respectively and benefits from being within half a mile of a popular country pub, The Blue Ship.
With its rural surroundings, there are a myriad of bridleways and public footpaths to explore which link many of the surrounding villages as well as the nearby Wey and Arun canal at Loxwood.
Local amenities for everyday shopping are available at Cranleigh (7 miles) and at Billingshurst with its mainline station to London Victoria (65 minutes) via Gatwick. For further comprehensive shopping facilities, Guildford lies 16 miles to the north and Horsham 9 miles to the east both offering a wide range of high street shops, leisure and cultural amenities.
There is an excellent range of schools in the area both state and private such as Pennthorpe in Rudgwick, Farlington near Horsham, Cranleigh School and The Weald at Billingshurst. The A272 to the south is an excellent artery running east/west providing access to the A24 and A29 north/south links with the A3 and M25 further afield.
Ranvers House is situated in a secluded and private position within the hamlet of The Haven, and has the benefit of wonderful views over its own land. Approached via electric gates, a brick paved carriage driveway leads to the 4 bay garage block, with self-contained flat above. Beyond this lies a single storey one bedroom cottage with kitchen and bathroom.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a well-proportioned hallway leading to an ornate orangery with views over the formal gardens to the rear. There is a further living room and snug, as well as a kitchen / dining room, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. To the first floor are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. The main house provides an adaptable layout and currently has two downstairs bedrooms, but could be altered according to the incoming purchaser�s requirements.
Externally, the formal gardens are delightful and have been well stocked. An expanse of lawn leads from the rear of the house, with an array of shrubs and mature trees. The grounds include a pond and stream, sun terrace, heated swimming pool and a tennis court. In addition to the formal gardens there are a number of paddocks, with post and rail fencing and a small stable yard. An area of woodland, amounting to about 20 acres, on the far side of Marles Lane is available by separate negotiation.