Located between Pulborough and Storrington, West Chiltington is a hidden treasure situated in the lea of the South Downs. It was mentioned in the Domesday Book as Cilletune. West Chiltington provides a semi-rural atmosphere and has a wealth of charming cottages, many of them designed by Wells, together with other character property situated in winding lanes and tree lined roads. It is this that makes the village so special.
The old village of West Chiltington enjoys the benefit of an award winning Post Office Store, two public houses, a brasserie, primary school, the beautiful 13th century church of St Mary, which has a spire covered with oak shingles and a roof of Horsham stone, and a local golf course.
There is much to do in West Chiltington with a variety of clubs, societies and organisations including a horticultural society, drama club, croquet club, tennis courts, cricket club and more. Nearby there is the South Downs Gliding Club, as well as many other interesting places such as Parham House near Storrington and the RSPB Wildfowl Trust at Pulborough. West Chiltington is an ideal base to stay and explore the rest of West Sussex.
West Chiltington lies three miles to the east of Pulborough which has a main line station with services to the coast and to Gatwick Airport and London Victoria. Storrington village is also close by and offers local shopping facilities, including a supermarket and bank, doctors, dentists, schools and churches of various denominations. The village is conveniently close to the A24 providing access to Horsham and Worthing, as well as the motorway network further north.
A fantastic opportunity to acquire via modern method of auction an extremely well presented three bedroom detached bungalow set in a quiet sought after lane within the popular village of West Chiltington.
An excellent opportunity to acquire a spacious, well proportioned three bedroom single storey residence with consent to substantially enlarge and extend to a four/five bedroom two storey home of approximately 4,000 sqft.