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Church Street



Set in the wonderful scenery of the South Downs National Park, the lively West Sussex village of Storrington has traditional shops, restaurants and take-aways, with a Waitrose store and Costa coffee shop. Old Mill Square.  An excellent range of local traders cater for everyday shopping needs and there are good community amenities, banks, Post Office and the Public Library all within walking distance. 

Only 50 yards away from The High Street, historic Church Street contains picturesque cottages and leads up to the Downs at the end of Greyfriars Lane. 

Leisure activities include golf courses, various local clubs &  societies and the Chanctonbury Gym & Leisure Centre (swimming at Steyning).  Top High Street shops and a variety of cultural & entertainment events are in Chichester, Horsham & Brighton.  There are trains to London Victoria from Pulborough and Amberley Stations.


The property


Dating back some 300 years, Olde Rosemary Cottage is amongst the oldest buildings in this historic street, its interesting two-storey layout providing much ore space than a glance from outside suggests.  Although having a Church Street address, the cottage only actually has its West bedroom facing the street and the south side faces Rosemary Close.  The interior is on two levels, featuring a cosy sitting room and a good size country kitchen with an AGA.

Upstairs, 3 bedrooms include 2 large doubles and a third room that alternatively makes a nice study.  There is a stylish bathroom and an additional shower/cloakroom. Heating is by gas (conventional radiator system).  There is no garden as such, but a small sunny strip on the south side provides space for pots and plants - and there may just be enough room for a little table and chairs.

Local residents park in Church Street (20 minute daytime parking and unrestricted 6.00 pm - 8.00 am).  There are also unrestricted bays further up the lane.


Ground Floor


• Tiled cottage porch 
Courtesy light & useful outside store.  Front door to:


• Sitting room  15'2 x 13'1 (4.62m x 4.00m)
A cosy room with a brick fireplace and grate.  Oak floor, windows on both sides, one onto the lane serving Castle Bungalows. window. Floor hatch and steps down to the  restricted-height cellar.


• Kitchen  15'5 x 12'0 (4.70m x 3.65m)
Refitted with a good range of units in classic cream with high quality granite worktops.  Butler sink, base cabinets, drawers ands matching wall cupboards.  Tall storage unit, integral fridge/freezer. Space for washer/dryer.  AGA gas fired range cooker in the old kitchen range recess, with brick-bond ceramic wall tiling.  Side window onto the little lane on the north side of the cottage.


• Half landing  Deep airing cupboard with insulated hot water cylinder & immersion heater.


• Shower/cloakroom
Stylishly refitted, real oak floorboards.  Curved walk-in shower cubicle and shower.  Vanity basin.  WC. Chrome ladder heated towel rail. 
First floor


• Main landing
Room for furnishings. Pine doors to the first floor rooms. 


• Main bedroom  16'0 x 13'11 (4.88m x 4.25m)
An excellent size room with its period sliding sash window onto Church Street and oblique views up and down the lane.  This room is above the hairdressers and with its light south & west light, some buyers may consider using it as an alternative sitting room.  
• Bedroom 2  12'2 x 11'10 (3.70m x 3.60m)
South window.  Fitted wardrobe cupboards.


• Bedroom 3 or study  9'2 x 5'5 (2.80m x 1.65m)
This room enjoys an open outlook at the front towards Church Street.


• Bathroom
Refitted with classic retro white & chrome fittings including panel bath with plain glass screen and thermostatic shower.  Pedestal basin, WC.  Chrome heated towel rail. Mellow real oak floorboards. Velux window.       




There is a narrow south-facing strip outside the cottage where there is room for a garden seat and possibly a little bistro table.  Room for plants and pots.  Timber outside store next to the porch.

Parking   There is no owned parking with the cottage.
Our client rents a single garage in the close, which may be available subject to terms.  Otherwise, there is 20 minute parking in Church Street (unrestricted 6.00pm - 8.00am) as well as unrestricted bays and parking further up the lane.