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Church Street


Set in the wonderful scenery of the South Downs National Park, the busy West Sussex village of Storrington has traditional shops, and restaurants, with a Waitrose & Costa in Old Mill Square. The High Street is within 50 yards just at the end of Church Street, with an excellent range of shops & local traders catering for everyday shopping needs. There are good community amenities, 4 banks, Post Office & the Public Library all within walking distance. 

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 top floor apartment could not be more handy for the village and yet it faces away from the street, with pleasant village and rooftop views to the east & south. Historic Church Street contains historic Georgian buildings and period cottages - it leads to Greyfriars Lane and eventually up to the Downs. 

The surprisingly roomy layout features high ceilings, sash windows and character architectural details; all combing to make a unique and practical home. We understand the lease includes the loft space as well, providing scope to enlarge, subject to any consents. 

There is just room on the south-facing landing are for a little bistro table outside. 

An ideal opportunity for a single person or working/retired couple.  

Second Floor

• External stairway and entrance area  

The owners of the three apartments keep the south-facing stairway looking attractive, with their own container plants and climbers. Number 19 front door opens into: 

• Entrance lobby

Space for coats etc. Further glazed door to:             

• Central entrance hall  27'8 (8.43m) in length. 

This is a spacious hall area and runs the length of the apartment, widening at the sitting room end to add to the living space. Exposed timbers & beams. Room for furnishings. Airing cupboard with insulated hot water cylinder and immersion heater.  Fitted shelves. 

• Sitting room  

17'5 x 16'5 (5.30m x 4.98m) Open plan to the hallway. 

A lovely beamed room with a high ceiling and two tall sash windows looking east with village rooftop and garden views. Glimpse of the Downs to the south. 

Exposed beams. 

• Kitchen breakfast room  

12'8 x 10' 4  (3.25m x 3.14m) 

Tall sash window with similar rear views.  Worktops on 3 sides and a range of base units with drawers and matching wall cupboards. Inset sink unit. Electric hob with cooker hood and light.  Eye-level double oven & grill. Space for fridge freezer and washer dryer. Wall-mounted gas boiler.  Room for a table and chairs.  

• Bedroom 1  12' 10 x 8'10 (3.91m x 2.70m) 

Again, facing east with a sash window.  

• Bedroom 2

14'5 x 7'3 (4.40m x 2.20m)  End sash window.  

• Bathroom  

White bathroom ware with panel bath & shower mixer tap, ceramic tiling. Pedestal basin, WC.  Rear window.  

• Tenure  The apartment is Leasehold (Share of Freehold) and we understand a new 999 year lease was created about 7 years ago. We are informed there are no ground rent or service/maintenance costs. 

• Parking  There is no allocated parking for the apartments - owners park either across the road, or in one of several nearby bays in Church Street, which allow free parking after 6.00 pm until 8.00 am.