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Dean Way


The popular West Sussex village set against the stunning backdrop of the South Downs (National Park).  The lively centre has everything for day-to-day needs; with traditional local shops, Post Office, Library, banks and restaurants/take aways  The health centre and community amenities are accessible and Storrington has a Waitrose store and Costa in Old Mill Square.  A 6am-10pm opening Tesco Express & petrol station is handy, in Pulborough Road. 

Dean Way forms part of an established neighbourhood, just to the west of the village and a pavement walk from shops & schools. Conservation woodland is nearby with a leafy walk along the Mill Stream to the village. 

The Chanctonbury Leisure Centre Gym and playing fields are a couple of minutes away (swimming at Steyning & Billingshurst). Other activities include golf, gliding at Parham, tennis & squash clubs. Glorious Goodwood is known for horse racing as well as the Festival of Speed & Revival motorsport events.  There is sailing on the south coast from Chichester and Littlehampton harbours.  Horsham, Chichester and Brighton have the big name shops, in addition to a variety of theatre, cultural &    entertainment events.


The property

This 1980's detached house is one of three that are set back in a wider part of Dean Way, looking obliquely across to an small green area with majestic trees. The owners have had a number of improvements carried out, creating a light and well-planned home featuring an excellent 24ft kitchen diner spanning the whole width of the house at the back. This opens onto a south-facing garden that widens out at the rear to about 60ft.

Other changes include the stylishly re-fitted en-suite shower room, main bathroom; and the cloakroom downstairs. An extra room off the half-landing has been converted to an office/store with a high window and is useful as a study/PC area.   

Number 29 also has the rare feature of a double-width garage, which currently has an internal partitioned workroom. Heating is by gas (radiator system) with double glazing.

In all, a comfortable, light and well-appointed home that is amongst the nicest we have seen recently. The house suits a family or downsizing buyers equally well and our clients are able to sell with no forward chain, so don't miss the chance to view.


Ground Floor

• Covered porch 
LED lighting.  Front door.

• Entrance hall 
Coats cupboard, downlighters.

• Cloakroom 
Natural travertine floor tiles, contemporary basin and back to wall WC.  Lit display niche.

• Sitting room  14'11 x 11'11 (4.55m x 3.63m)
Wide front window and pleasant outlook.  Stylish inset coal affect gas fire.  Glazed double doors to the kitchen/diner.

• Feature kitchen/diner  24'5 x 9'8 (7.43m x 2.95m)
An excellent kitchen and family dining space spanning the full width of the house at the rear, with French doors and two other windows looking out onto the rear garden.  Oak laminate flooring through both areas.  Classic cream kitchen fitments on three sides with contrasting granite effect work surfaces and counter lighting.  Extensive storage, base units and matching wall cabinets, lit display cabinet.  1½ bowl inset stainless steel sink and mixer, Ceramic hob with stainless steel canopy and light, NEFF oven and grill, space for dishwasher and space for fridge freezer. 
Spacious dining area with French windows, vertical radiator, mellow oak beam.  Downlighters.

First Floor

• Half landing 

• Office / Store  7'6 x 6'10 (2.28m x 2.09m)
Radiator, high level side window.

• Main landing 
Hatch to loft, fitted light and boarding.

• Main Bedroom  15'9 x 11'7 (4.80m x 3.53m) 
A large double bedroom with a wide front window and oblique outlook to the little green area and trees.  Range of fitted wardrobes.

• En-suite shower room
A stylish contemporary room with clever use of a full height mirror to one wall.  Curved shower  enclosure and Aqualisa power shower.  Wall hung basin and mixer, corner back to wall WC.  Skirting lights, downlighters, extractor fan.

• Bedroom 2  12'10 x 8'10 (3.90m x 2.70m)

Rear garden outlook.

• Bedroom 3  9'6 x 7'10 (2.90m x 2.40m)
Similar outlook.

• Family bath and shower room 
Re-planned and refitted with quality bathroom ware, enclosed bath with mixer and hand spray.  Corner shower enclosure with Aqualisa mixer.  Wide vanity basin with cupboards.  Ceramic wall tiling, chrome ladder towel rail, downlighters and extractor fan.



• Drive & additional parking area 

• Double garage   17'9 x 16'1 (5.40m x 4.90m)
Currently partitioned to provide a useful inner work room.  Further store area with Baxi gas fired combi boiler.  Rear    window and door from the garage to the garden.


• Front garden
Gravel and paved pathway, shaped lawn, flower and shrub beds.  Path and gate leading to:

• Rear garden
The shape of the plot widens out considerably behind the house to a rear width in excess of 60 ft.  A rear paved terrace opens onto a wide main lawn with mature planting either side, young trees and a bank of evergreens.  Flowering shrubs, climbers and low planting.  Small shed.