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North Street

The Location

North Street leads off the village High Street and contains a mixture of cottages and houses, Storrington is a thriving West Sussex village set against the stunning backdrop of the South Downs National Park. Within a short walk, the busy centre offers coffee shops and traditional traders including restaurants and take-aways, Boots & Lloyds chemists, a public library, Post Office; and a newly opened large new Health Centre. Waitrose has a large store in Old Mill Square (John Lewis collection point) with Costa Coffee alongside. Larger Tesco & Sainsbury's stores are in neighbouring Pulborough. In Pulborough Road is a 6.00 am - 10.00 pm opening Tesco Express and filling station. Storrington First School is also a short walk away (Ofsted Outstanding rated).  

Lanes and footpaths nearby will take you to glorious walks and mountain bike trails on the South Downs and leisure facilities include various clubs and societies, as well as a tennis club and the Chanctonbury Leisure Centre (swimming at Steyning & Billingshurst). Churches of several denominations are in the village. 

Glorious Goodwood hosts horse racing as well as the renowned Festival of Speed & Revival motorsport events and there is sailing from Chichester & Littlehampton harbours. 

Chichester, Guildford, Horsham, & Brighton all feature the big High Street shopping names as well as providing theatre, cultural and entertainment events.


The Property

Tucked away off North Street are two groups of 3-storey cottages built in the Victorian era, Number 3 being an end-terrace home that has been the subject of sympathetic restoration and remodelling for the present owners. This stylish and cosy home retains character details like period pine doors and tall sash windows; with gas central heating (new combi- boiler & 7-year guarantee).  What you can't see from the outside is it's pretty garden and the superb Home Office/Studio that can double as a separate bedroom outside (Airbnb?). This has owned solar panels that provide a significant feed-back tariff. 

For alfresco dining in the warmer months, the dining kitchen has bifold doors opening onto an attractive, tiled rear terrace with climbing plants and vines. Buyers will love the architectural main bedroom, as well as the unique hotel-style steam & shower room.  There is good storage within the cottage as well as plenty of external storage (three sheds in addition to the Home Office) and the owners also currently rent a single garage a short distance away in Holly Close - this may be available subject to terms. Parking at this end of North Street is not restricted. 

No.3 Sunnyside Cottages is accessed through a communal  front facing walkway - the current owners have lived here for 16 years and have very much enjoyed the communal neighbourhood spirit: friendly, inclusive and discrete. 

Ideal for a busy working couple, young family or as an interesting downsizing home, handy for the village.