Storrington provides a very good range of local shopping including a Waitrose supermarket, cafes, restaurants, pubs and a selection of speciality shops and services. Two larger and well-known supermarkets are to be found in Pulborough where there is also a main line station offering a regular service to London with journey times from 72 minutes. From Pulborough there are also direct rail links to Gatwick. More extensive shopping, leisure and cultural amenities may be found in Chichester and Horsham. Road communications are good with the main A29 and A24 trunk routes providing the north-south link for London and the M25.
There is a choice of good schools within reach including Windlesham House, Dorset House, Great Ballard, Seaford College and Slindon College among others.
Recreational opportunities include golf at a number of clubs within easy reach including West Sussex, polo at Cowdray Park, racing and flying at Goodwood, gliding at Storrington and sailing at Chichester. In addition the RSPB centre at Pulborough Wild Brooks is a superb venue for birdwatching or simply walking the woods and wetlands.
The area benefits from a network of footpaths and bridleways linking you into the nearby South Downs National Park.
All distances and journey times are approximate.
Forming part of the impressive St Joseph’s Abbey, this Grade II listed mews house was converted in recent times by award winning Michael Wilson Restorations. An entrance hall leads to a fine 24’ sitting room with a lovely feature fireplace and floor to ceiling picture windows. A spacious fitted kitchen is open plan with a dining area and doors opening on to a lawn. There is a utility room complementing the kitchen with integrated appliances and a versatile ground floor bedroom four/study together with a cloakroom. On the first floor is a well proportioned principal bedroom of approximately 27’ with a dressing area and an en suite bathroom. There are two further bedrooms benefitting from built in wardrobes and served by a shower room.
The private courtyard garden is bounded by old stone and flint walls with wide flagstone paving and flowering borders. Adjoining the courtyard is an allocated parking space being accessed from electrically operated wrought iron entrance gates. There is a garage in a nearby block. The grounds beyond are delightful with formal lawns, lily pond, various mature shrubs and specimen trees. A tennis court is available for use by residents.
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