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Kithurst Park





Set in beautiful Downland countryside, the busy West Sussex village of Storrington is at the foot of the South Downs National Park, with wonderful walks on the doorstep. Within a pleasant walk of just over half a mile, the village centre has good local shops and traders for everyday needs, with a large Waitrose store (John Lewis Click & Collect) and Costa in Old Mill Square.  


A 6am-10pm Tesco Express & petrol station is in Pulborough Road; and larger Tesco & Sainsbury's stores are in neighbouring Pulborough. Storrington also has a Post Office, Library, 4 banks, coffee shops, take-aways & good restaurants. There are good community amenities and The Glebe Health Centre is nearby in Monastery Lane.


Leisure activities include golf, Chanctonbury Leisure Centre & Gym (swimming at Steyning); and sailing from Chichester & Littlehampton harbours.   Horse racing and the renowned Festival of Speed & Revival motor sport events take place at Goodwood. There is gliding at Parham airfield, as well as mountain biking & horse riding locally.


Brighton, Chichester & Horsham, have the top High Street shopping names and host theatre productions, plus a variety of cultural events & exhibitions.


Kithurst Park is a delightful private estate with wide grass-verges and lies on the Amberley side of the village, on the slopes of the Downs. The road takes no through traffic, with a pedestrian-only cut through to Kithurst Lane making a pleasant stroll down to the village centre along School Lane and Church Street. The road contains homes of varying age & design in mature garden surroundings. 


The property 


This luxurious and smartly remodeled detached bungalow is positioned to enjoy a view over its own beautiful gardens, with an outlook to the South Downs. The property was built in the 1960's, and has been updated in our clients' ownership to become a comfortable and practical home with a light, contemporary air.  The interior was re-planned and major changes include the addition of the large conservatory and a superb new kitchen with generous dining space at one end opening onto the terrace & garden. 


The hall is big enough to accommodate study furnishings and there are 2 smart new shower rooms. The "day rooms" all enjoy a southerly aspect and garden view - making this an ideal downsizing home.   



Approximate room sizes below. 

Floor plan to follow.



• Entrance area    


• Wide study/hall 18'x 8'1 


• Double aspect sitting room 16' x13'     


• Apex-roof conservatory  14'6 x 11'3


• Large kitchen & dining room 23' x13'  



• Bedroom 1 13' x 11'6    


• En-suite shower room 


• Bedroom 2  13' x 12'6


• Main shower/cloakroom  





• Extensive gravel drive  Parking for several cars.


• Front garden  


• Detached brick & tile garage 20'6 x 9'6  


• Glorious rear garden 


• Garden shed/workshop with light & power. Greenhouse.