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Kithurst Lane



Few locations could even come close to equalling this setting, on the sunny south-facing slopes of Kithurst Hill and within the South Downs National Park - yet only a ten minute stroll into the village along School Lane & Church Street (the old school now a rural/village museum). Footpaths nearby provide walks across the fields in the view and up onto the Downs, connecting with the South Downs Way.  


Storrington has everything for day-to-day needs - traditional local shops, 4 banks, coffee shops and good restaurants/takeaways. 

Community amenities include the Post Office, Library and nearby Glebe Health Centre. Larger Sainsbury's & Tesco stores are in Pulborough and rail services run from Pulborough and Amberley stations.  


A large Waitrose store (John Lewis collection point) & Costa is in Old Mill Square and there's a 6am - 10pm opening Tesco Express & petrol station in Pulborough Road. Leisure pursuits include gliding at Parham, tennis & squash clubs, golf at the West Sussex; and the Chanctonbury Leisure Centre & Gym (swimming at Steyning). 


Excellent schools in both the state and private sector include Steyning Grammar, The Weald, Dorset House, Windlesham House School, Lancing College, Christ's Hospital and Hurstpierpoint. 


Glorious Goodwood has horse racing as well as the Festival of Speed & Revival motorsport events and there is sailing from Chichester & Littlehampton harbours.  There are several good local pubs & restaurants in the area. 


Horsham, Chichester & Brighton all have the big High Street shopping names as well as a variety of theatre, cultural & entertainment events.


The property


When our clients decided to have their new home built, they brought together both traditional aesthetics and up-to-the-minute technology to create an architect-inspired house design that sits in harmony with the landscape.  An eco-conscious approach to energy and the environment is evidenced in features such as high insulation, an air-source heat pump heating system and solar panels that have made a net energy contribution of £400 per annum paid back to the owners.  The eco-drainage system also means low water charges.   


The beautiful plot of about 0.65 acre has been set out with semi-formal gardens, sunny terrace, a home produce section and the lower wildflower meadow. There is a long private drive, lots of parking  and a double garage with scope to make a playroom/studio above.  


Inside the house, the backdrop of the gardens and views are brought in through large areas of glass, with tall windows and wonderful natural light.  A look inside is essential to take in the quality, finish and features of this unique home.  


This is a once in a lifetime property - if you are looking for an interesting, practical and easily managed home, don't miss this very rare opportunity. 



Ground Floor 


• Entrance area & porch  

Paving and courtesy lighting. Glazed front door and panel looking through the drawing room to the view beyond. 


• Vaulted reception hall  

An imposing galleried hall and an imposing entrance to the house, rising to the first floor with light entering from the landing window. Room for hall furnishings.  Built in coats and storage cupboards.  Oak & glass staircase with LED tread-lighting. 


• Drawing room  25'3 x 12'6 (7.69m x 3.80m)  

 A fine room with wonderful natural light and breathtaking views over the garden to a broad sweep of the Downs.  Simple contemporary-style fireplace and inset Danish Westfire wood-burning stove. 


• Kitchen/Dining room  19'4 x 14'3 (5.90m x 4.35m) 

Craftsman-built range of fitments on three sides with Corian and oak worktops, soft-close deep drawers, base units and a central island/breakfast bar with accent lighting. Integral dishwasher and fridge freezer.  Smeg range-style cooker.  Wide window to the drive and full width sliding patio door providing an uninterrupted garden & Downs view. 


• Walk-in larder/pantry

Clever design pocket door, range of bespoke-design store cupboards, shelves & drawers.  


• Large utility room  15'2 x 11'10 (4.62m x 3.6m)

Garden views, matching tile floor through from the kitchen. Glass pocket door. 

Further range of base units and household storage cupboards. Provision for washer & dryer (the fitted appliances are available).  Cupboard housing the integral house vacuum cleaning unit.  Hatch to loft area with Villavent air extraction system.  

Door from the drive.  Side door.  


• Vanity/cloakroom  

Contemporary bathroom ware, vanity basin unit and WC.         


• Sitting room  14'6 x 10'7 (4.42m x 3.23m)  

A lovely south and west facing room, again enjoying wonderful views further west along the Downs towards Amberley.  Fitted with a bespoke range of low cabinets, book and display shelves. Glazed door out to the area designated for a conservatory (subject to any consents required. Footings have been put in place).  


• Study/Bedroom 3 suite  10'6 x 8'6  (3.2m x 2.6m) 

Double solid oak pocket doors allow this room to be used as a third bedroom if required.  Window to the drive. 


• En-suite shower room 3  

Mosaic tiling and contemporary white & chrome bathroom ware.  Rain shower, vanity basin unit and back to wall WC. 



First Floor 


• Gallery Landing  14'6 x 12'6 (4.42m x 3.8m)

Oak & glass turning staircase with LED lighting. Oak & glass gallery area with tall plain etched front window. Perfect for family pictures or art work.   


• Vaulted master bedroom  13'5 x 12'6 (4.10m x 3.8m)   

Enjoying the finest views in the house through full height distinctive shape windows. 

Airing cupboard with high-pressure water system.  Built-in cupboards.  


• Dressing Room 14'3 x 8'11 (4.35m x 2.73m)

Range of custom-fitted wardrobes and cupboards to the end wall. 


• En-suite bath & shower room 1  Glass pocket door, large format ceramic floor and wall tiles, oak twin-basin vanity unit, walk-round glass screen & rain shower. Panel bath. Back to wall WC.    





• Bedroom 2/Guest suite  14'6 x 11'3 (4.42m x 3.42m)   

Similar shape south window and views.  Range of bespoke drawers and cupboards.     


• En-suite shower room 2   

Again with a sliding glass pocket door and large format ceramic floor tiles. Wall tiling, wall tiles, vanity-basin unit, walk-round glass screen & rain shower.  Back to wall WC.    




• The gardens   

Set on a gentle south-facing slope, Lower Hutt gardens retain a line of majestic trees along part of the west boundary including mature oak and Scots pine. In full sun behind the house is a wide sandstone terrace from which you can eat and relax outside, enjoying the glorious view - a view that changes colour and texture with the seasons and time of day.  


A broad, level lawn leads away from the house with borders containing carefully chosen flowering shrubs, grasses, spring & summer flowers and low planting.  Outside lighting & tap.  Home produce garden. 


• Oak, brick & tiled gazebo  13'1 x 11'3 (4m x 3.42m) 

Glorious outlook over the gardens and Downs.  Roll-down weather screens and windows.  Wood-burning stove.  Light & power. 


• Wildflower meadow   

The lower portion of the garden beyond a beech hedge that also screens the bank of solar panels.  3,600 litre rainwater tank. 


In all, about 0.65 acre and creating a truly stunning setting. 


Drive, garage & outbuildings


• Double garage  20'8 x 19'8 (6.3m x 6m) 

A generous size building designed to house two larger cars with room to spare. 

Perfect as a garage/home workshop and ideal for the classic/cherished car enthusiast.

Twin roller shutter doors.  Light & power.  Side door.  Hatch to:


• Insulated area above  19'8 x 9'6 (6m x 2.9m) 

Providing scope for a studio/playroom.  Velux windows.   


• Drive & Parking

Laurel hedged private drive from Kithurst Lane leading to the extensive gravel parking and turning area.  Field gate to the rear garden. 


• Timber "stable" and store  11'6 x 9'10 (3.5m x 3m) plus 11'6 x 9'10 (3.5m x 3m) 

Approximate sizes.  On the west side of the wildflower meadow. 


Tenure:   Freehold


Note:       Kithurst Lane is a private Lane jointly owned by the residents, with a Residents Association £80 PA (Road Fund in credit).  The Summer AGM/social is usually held in a resident's garden.