Houses for Sale in Storrington


A delightful and well presented first floor purpose built flat with a private garden area situated within a short walk from Storrington village centre.


LAST ONE REMAINING! An exclusive collection of apartments designed for over 55s. Built on the former orchard of St Josephs Abbey, these contemporary homes are energy efficient, easy to maintain and fitted with high quality fixtures and fittings. They are the hallmark of all Beechcroft properties and are located within walking distance of Storrington town centre.


In a convenient location for the amenities of Storrington a nicely presented purpose built two double bedroom, ground floor flat suitable for first time buyer or as an investment property.


An exclusive collection of apartments designed for the over 55s and built on the land that once was the orchard of St Josephs Abbey. These new homes are energy efficient, easy to maintain and fitted with high quality fixtures and fittings, they are the hallmark of all Beechcroft Properties and located within walking distance of Storrington centre.


A new two double bedroom cottage finished to an extremely high standard with parking and located in a central position within walking distance of Storrington centre. The property is also available to purchasers for the Government backed Help to Buy scheme.


A delightful one bedroom ground floor retirement apartment built by McCarthy and Stone and located a short distance from Storrington High Street.


Benefiting from a large conservatory leading to decked area and established rear garden, with off road parking to the front, this three bedroom end of terrace house is in a convenient no through road location.


A well presented three bedroom house with garage situated in a cul de sac close to the amenities of Storrington village.


A three bedroom end of terraced family home with enclosed garden, garage and off-road parking. Located on the edge of Storrington, being convenient for amenities and schools.


With no onward chain, built circa 1900 and modernised approximately three years ago, a superbly presented detached character cottage with lovely open fireplaces, located in a cul-de-sac close to Storrington village centre and benefitting from a private parking space.


A brand new development of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments designed for later living by McCarthy & Stone in the heart of the South Downs village of Storrington.

Guy Leonard & Co are proud to be acting as referral agents for McCarthy & Stone. The development offers an exclusive range of apartments specifically designed for later living with lift, communal lounge and gardens and an extremely high specification throughout.

For more information about this development and how Guy Leonard & Co can assist you, please contact our Storrington Sales office on 01903 742354.






A modern four bedroom town house having been improved by the current owner and situated in a no through road location within a popular residential development close to village amenities.


An attractive three bedroom flint cottage of character with some delightful features located a short distance from Storrington centre.


A very well presented detached two/three bedroom home with enclosed rear garden, off road parking and a garage situated within easy reach of the amenities of Storrington centre.


Part of Beechcroft's Orchard Gardens development for the over 55's, a two double bedroom, two bathroom property fully renovated to a superb modern standard with private garden and located close to local amenities.


This beautifully presented two bedroom cottage forms part of an exclusive development. Being the end of five cottages and arguably in the best position, the property is situated in a stunning location boasting glorious uninterrupted views of the South Downs, yet being accessible to the village centre.


An attractive three bedroom detached chalet style property with approximately 2,000 square feet, in need of modernisation, located in the highly sought after Kithurst Park area of Storrington.


Nicely positioned in gardens of approximately 0.43 of an acre this four bedroom detached chalet style home sits in a commanding position at the end of a no-through road on the edge of Storrington village.


Having been considerably improved, a beautifully presented three bedroom chalet style home with west facing garden, double garage and parking situated in the semi-rural lanes area of Storrington.


A spacious modern detached five bedroom family home situated in a glorious quiet no through road on the outskirts of Storrington village.


A brand new 5 bedroom detached house with double garage and accommodation of approx 2746 sqft, finished to a very high standard, approximately 1.5 miles from village centre, benefiting from a 10 year NHBC warranty and a wealth of contemporary features.


Set in an 0.3 acre plot with glorious rural views to the rear is this attractive and spacious three/four bedroom detached home with ample off road parking and double garage situated on the edge of Storrington.


A unique opportunity to acquire a glorious period property coming to the market for the first time in its history, having been in the tenure of the same family since the early 1800s when it was built. This four bedroom property boasts a large outbuilding, extensive gardens, which include the formal gardens surrounding the house, the house has unspoilt southerly views across the South Downs National Park towards the Downs and Chanctonbury Ring and the National Trust owned Washington Common. Please note that there is potential to purchase more land and outbuildings by separate negotiation.


Located in a quiet private lane, this chalet style property features a self contained 2/3 bedroom annexe, bright accomodation throughout and is set in landscaped gardens of approximately 0.5 acre.


Offering generous accommodation this five bedroom, three bathroom detached home beautifully positioned within landscaped gardens is situated in an exclusive close within half a mile of Storrington village centre.


Storrington is a thriving small town in a picturesque setting at the foot of the South Downs, which retains a lovely village atmosphere. It was known as Estorchestone in the Domesday Book, which related to it being well known for storks, rather than the market town it actually was. This market town role faded away in the 20th century, as did the rabbit breeding the town was renown for (hence the name Warren being used a great deal in the local area!).

Today Storrington has comprehensive shopping facilities, including a supermarket, banks, and churches of various denominations, doctors’ surgeries, dental practices, opticians, library and a museum. There are also a number of local specialised shops including a deli and lovely tearoom. The High Street has several pubs, and there are more close by in the lovely local countryside. Within the town there are a variety of restaurants, catering for traditional and more contemporary tastes. Storrington has schools providing for all ages, and all have excellent reputations. Pre-school children and toddlers are also well catered for in the area, with several community and activity groups tailored to young families.

Storrington provides an extremely wide and varied range of social and sporting activities including Chanctonbury Leisure Centre, which has a fitness centre, gym and is the venue for various classes and clubs. There is a Tennis Club open all year round, and a Squash Club with adult and junior coaching. Storrington Sports & Social Club is a members club open to all local residents and facilities include snooker, pool, darts and a licensed bar. Numerous other clubs, charities and associations thrive in the area and there is a strong sense of community in the town.

Nearby there is gliding at Parham and golf at West Chiltington and Pulborough, together with opportunities for riding and walking on the South Downs. One of the features of Storrington is the closeness of the fantastic Sussex countryside. Parham Park on the outskirts of Storrington is a large stately country house with rolling parkland, and is open most weekends to visitors. There are also several National Trust properties close by of historical interest.

The A24 close to Storrington gives fast access to the motorway network, and in turn Gatwick and Heathrow airports, and the South coast is also very close by. There is a mainline station in Pulborough, approximately six miles to the west with regular services to the coast, Gatwick Airport and London Victoria.