For his dapper attire and flamboyant style. And when it came to his Dial Post home Tim Wonnacott took the opportunity to transform what was an initially rather sad 17th century cottage into a glorious space for his family. Over seven years he has incorpor
purpose outbuilding with a triple garage, office space, kitchenette, two greenhouses and a store room within its 4,000sq ft. There is a further stable in the grounds. The estate is accessed through an electric-gated drive.
Tim and his wife Helen bought Whitefoots seven years ago, having previously rented another property close by on the old West Grinstead Park estate south of Horsham through HJ Burt, who are acting as joint sole agents with Strutt and Parker.
“This was my second bite of the cherry after we rented another property on the old estate – a lovely unspoilt stretch of countryside – where we had been blissfully happy,” he says. “It was private; the children could play safely: it had everything we wanted. When Whitefoots – on the edge of the same estate – became available