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Arundel Holt Court is, first and foremost a family home, set in the hills between Petworth and Pulborough, Fittleworth and Wisborough Green, within the unspoilt West Sussex countryside and the South Downs National Park.

The house is named after the wood in which it stands, Arundel Holt, which is in, what was at one time, the largest beech forest in the country. The house is probably coming up for a hundred years old and has been added to over the years with an architect describing it as a very good example of ‘ad hoc-ism‘, not one of the classic schools!

There is evidence that the first people to use the site were charcoal burners, beech being a particularly good wood for charcoal, and huge beech trees providing the stunning backdrop to the garden.


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