Close form

Arrange a viewing for:

Chanctonbury Walk, Storrington


To arrange a viewing, please fill out the form below and then click 'submit'



Click to reload image


Please note that your details will not be passed on to any third parties and will only be used by the Clarke and Charlesworth to contact you with regards to your particular enquiry.

Chanctonbury Walk


Set in the wonderful scenery of the South Downs National Park, the busy West Sussex village of Storrington has traditional shops, restaurants Waitrose & Costa. An excellent range of shops & local traders cater for everyday shopping needs and there are good community amenities, banks, Post Office & the Public Library all within walking distance.  The Glebe Health Centre is just around in Monastery Lane. 


The High Street is within a pleasant walk just at the end of Church Street, only 350 yards from the development. The village has C of E, Trinity and RC churches; St Mary's church being close to the development, just on the corner of School Lane & Church Street.


Leisure activities include golf, various local clubs & societies and the Chanctonbury Leisure Centre (swimming at Steyning). Top High Street shops and a variety of cultural & entertainment events are in Chichester, Horsham & Brighton.  Gatwick Airport is about 40 minutes by car and there are trains to London Victoria from Pulborough and Amberley Stations. 


The property

This well-designed ground floor apartment is in the fine-looking central block at Chanctonbury Walk and enjoys a sunny east/west aspect.  The layout 

features an excellent triple-window living & dining room which is larger than in many conventional houses.  The interior is scheduled to be redecorated in light neutral tones shortly. 


The price at £209,500 reflects the need for the kitchen and bathroom to be updated, presenting an opportunity for the buyer to create a light and easily managed home near the village.       


The development is known in the local area for providing a tranquil & pleasant retirement community, in the form of well-planned apartments and cottage-style mews houses set back from Church Street, with its historic Georgian buildings and period cottages. 


Ideal for those over 60 who seek independence without the ties of garden and property maintenance. Residents enjoy attractive maintained gardens, external decoration, other property costs and an intercom alarm facility paid for within the reasonable service charge 


Ground Floor


• Security main entrance & inner hallway  

Security door and entryphone. Apartment mail boxes and electric meter cupboards (no gas).  Opening to the communal hall with lift and stairs to the upper apartments.  Locked door to external bin store.  Front door to apartment Number 19:


• Own entrance hall

Entry phone.  Store cupboard with shelves. Airing cupboard housing insulated hot water cylinder and 2-stage economy immersion heater.  Fitted shelves.   


• Sitting & dining room  

18'9 x 14'4 (5.72m x 4.37m)  An excellent east-facing room with three sash-style windows.  Front outlook over Chanctonbury Walk gardens with a glimpse of the Downs.  Side window. Wall light points. Decorative fire surround and point for electric fire. Dimplex storage heaters at either end.


• Kitchen  8' 10 x 6' 9  (2.69m x 2.06m) 

Rear outlook onto a little garden area. Worktops on 3 sides and a range of base units with drawers and matching wall cupboards.  Inset electric hob with cooker hood and light.  Eye-level double oven & grill.  Integral fridge freezer. Inset sink unit. Ceramic wall tiling, plinth heater, vinyl flooring.  Space for washing machine. 


Bedrooms & bathroom


• Bedroom 1  14' 0 x 11' 3 (4.27m x 3.43m) 

A generous size double bedroom enjoying a pleasant outlook at the front and again, a glimpse of the Downs. Wide double wardrobe, Plenty of space for bedroom furniture. Dimplex storage heater. 


• Bedroom 2/study  

9' 6 x 6' 10 (2.9m x 2.08m)   An ideal room for a sofa bed and desk/study furnishings. Rear aspect.  Dimplex heater. 


• Bathroom  

New vinyl flooring to be fitted.  Rear window with deep sill and toiletries shelf. White bathroom ware, panel bath with shower screen and mixer tap.  Pedestal basin and back-to-wall WC. Wall heater, heated chrome towel rail. Light & shaver point.





• Residents' & guest parking  

In convenient bays around the development. 

Hose connection for car washing etc.    


• Maintained communal gardens 

Chanctonbury Walk is known for its setting in mature and attractively laid-out communal gardens which feature colourful banks of established shrubs, young trees and expanses of lawn. Evergreens, variegated foliage and a wide variety of shrubs provide colour and interest all year round.  There are outside seats and pleasant sitting areas in sun and shade around the gardens.  To the rear of Number 19 is a little garden area that gets the afternoon sun and is enclosed by a hedge. 

From the development there is a residents' locked gate for level access to St Marys Churchyard and the church. 



• Outgoings  Chanctonbury Walk is administered by RLHA (Retirement Leasing Housing Association/ELM Group). We hold a statement of costs and residents are granted a new 125 year lease at each sale. Each Leaseholder pays a service charge (2017 Budget £2,083.18). This includes Buildings Insurance, Repairs & Maintenance, Alarm, Road & Garden Maintenance (Full schedule available from us).