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Chanctonbury Walk


The busy West Sussex village of Storrington lies amidst the wonderful scenery of the South Downs National Park and has an excellent range of traditional shops for everyday needs. There are restaurants and take-aways, the Waitrose store (John Lewis collection point) & Costa. The village has good community amenities, banks, Post Office & the Public Library all within walking distance. The Glebe Health Centre is nearby 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 and Church Street. Leisure activities include golf, various local clubs & societies as well as the Chanctonbury Leisure/Fitness Centre (swimming at Steyning). Top High Street shops and a variety of cultural & entertainment events are in Chichester, Horsham & Brighton. Rail services to London Victoria run from Pulborough and Amberley Stations. 

The property

Occupying a prime position in the rear part of Chanctonbury Walk, this light and well-planned 930 sq ft village house is one of the only two true semi-detached properties in the Rear part of the group. As such, it enjoys more garden space at the back and has a delightful outlook to trees and the Rectory grounds. Number 31 also has extra windows in the hall, cloakroom & landing. The development is known in the local area for providing a peaceful, pleasant retirement community in the form of apartments and cottage-style mews houses set back from Church Street, with its historic Georgian buildings and period cottages. Ideal for those of 55-plus age group who seek independence without the ties of garden and property maintenance. Chanctonbury Walk residents enjoy attractive maintained gardens, external decoration, other property costs and an intercom alarm facility paid for within the reasonable service charge.  

NOTE - The interior will be fully professionally redecorated before a new buyer/Leaseholder moves into the property.  

Full budget and cost details are available from the selling agents.


Ground Floor

Cottage-style porch  

Courtesy light, outside store cupboard. Front door.

Entrance hall 11'2 x 6'6 (3.40m x 1.98m)

Side window and light entering from the landing window. Straight flight stairs with handrail & spindles - designed for easy fixing of a stairlift. Storage heater. 

Cloakroom 6'6 x 4'9 (1.98m x 1.45m)  

Wide access, Side window. Concealed plumbing, back-to-wall WC & basin. Recessed storage, extractor fan, wall heater, space for coats. Scope to house a washer/dryer.   

Sitting room 15'10 x 10'9 (4.84m x 3.27m)

A light room looking down through the front courtyard. Painted decorative fire surround & point for electric fire. Wall light points. Storage heater, square arch to:

Dining room 9'7 x 9'10 (2.92m x 3.00m)

Pleasant garden outlook, glazed door and rear window to the little west-facing patio garden. Combined with the sitting room this makes a 26' through room. Storage heater. Space for dining furniture and table & chairs.

Kitchen 9'10 x 7'10 (3.00m x 2.38m)

Comprehensively fitted with older but serviceable light-tone units and working surfaces on three sides. Base cabinets, matching wall cupboards & tall storage unit. Integral fridge/freezer. Ceramic hob and cooker hood. Oven & grill. Inset sink unit, space for washing machine & dishwasher. Vinyl flooring. Rear garden view. 


First floor

Landing 11'7 x 6'6 (3.53m x 1.98m)

Side window, built-in cupboard. Deep airing cupboard with high-capacity insulated hot water cylinder & 2-stage economy immersion heater. Hatch to roof space. 

Bedroom 1 13'1 x 10'11 (3.98m x 3.32m)

Rear window and tranquil view over the rear gardens to trees, through to the Rectory grounds and Monastery fields. Range of bedroom furniture & wardrobes incorporating deep corner cupboard. Storage heater. Door to:  

En-suite shower 6'7 x 5' (2.01m x 1.52m)

Shower cubicle & thermostatic mixer. Concealed plumbing and back-to-wall WC, pedestal basin & deep tiled sill. Light & shave point over wall long mirror, Electric towel rail, wall heater.   

Bedroom 2 10'11 x 10'4 (3.32m x 3.15m)

Built in double wardrobes. Panel heater. Outlook to the front and trees.

Bathroom 6'6 x 6'6 (1.98m x 1.98m)

Panel bath, mixer tap & shower attachment. Shower curtain. Pedestal basin, back-to-wall WC. Deep toiletries sill, wall heater, light & shaver point. Window to the front.    



Private paved patio/sitting area 

Sunny west-facing area approached from the dining room with a paved area and colourful planting. Leading onto a larger area of garden enjoyed by this and the adjoining house. Mature rear boundary. Small maintained front garden. 

Residents' & guest parking In the extensive courtyard and around the development.

Communal gardens Featuring attractive areas of lawn, flowering shrubs and mature trees. Drying area. All maintained within the service costs.  


Tenure & Costs 

Residents are granted a new 125 year lease at each sale. Each Leaseholder pays a service charge. 2017/18 Annual Budget: £2,083.18. This 

includes Buildings Insurance, Repairs & Maintenance, Alarm system, Garden Maintenance (Full schedule available from us). 



From our office in Church Street, Chanctonbury Walk is about 200 yards further along Church Street on the right-hand side, just before St Mary's Church. Number 31 is in the rear group. 


Only by appointment please, with the sole agents. 

How to find us 

Turn into Church Street from the High Street by Bunces Hardware Store and we are 50 yards on the right, near Number Thirteen Thai Cuisine, with 20 minute free parking usually available outside.