The Roundhouse in Arundel is an exceptionally unique property which is new to market, offering contemporary accommodation over two floors.
Built in 2000 and designed by the well-known and national award-winning architect Neil Holland.
Built from Sussex flint and hand made tiles, the property blends perfectly into the Old Town Landscape.
Set in the grounds of the Old Poor House, The Roundhouse has an elevated but secluded position allowing generous views towards the south coastline.
This home includes a magnificent circular dining hall leading to the living room. The accommodation offers four bedrooms, four bathrooms, an amazing kitchen/breakfast room and a superb first floor vaulted circular drawing room with Tromp L’oile ceiling and sun terrace.
Outside the south facing gardens offer approximately a quarter of an acre, which are surrounded by an abundance of trees, wild flowers and lavender beds.
A separate raised formal garden offers spectacular views over country fields and towards the sea.
Perfect for evening entertainment, the patio offers plenty of space for table and chairs and other garden furniture.
There are also two secure parking spaces included in the freehold and found in The Old Poorhouse.
For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Sims Williams, 8a High Street, Arundel. Telephone 01903 885678.