A spacious and well-presented, two double bedroom, first floor apartment, in an exclusive small block of only 6 properties, situated in an attractive prime village location, a short walk from village shops and amenities.
Pleasantly situated in a no through road within a popular village this detached family house offers generous living space in having two reception rooms. To the front is an area of hard-standing providing parking for several vehicles with access to the garage.
With NO Forward Chain this bungalow is located within easy reach of all the local amenities and Golf Club in West Chiltington. Having been recently refurbished & with the benefit of a low maintenance rear garden, garage and driveway this would make an ideal purchase for stress free living. Further potential for a loft conversion subject to all necessary planning permissions. Please call to view.
With no onward chain, built circa 1985 by Scandia-Hus on a plot over 0.35 acres, located at the end of a cul-de-sac in this popular private lane. Benefits include feature fireplace, en-suite with walk-in shower to master bedroom, triple glazed windows and a double garage.
With no onward chain, this remarkable five bedroom home has lots of potential for future development. Believed to date to the 18th century and benefitting from later additions, the property is an integral part of the history of West Chiltington. It is situated a short walk from the local shops, woodland and recreation ground.
A beautifully presented and most attractive 17th century Grade II listed detached village home set in the heart of the old village of West Chiltington benefiting from recent extensions to provide ideal modern contemporary family living.
A charming period Grade II Listed former school house, with stone fronted elevations and part walled rear garden, conveniently positioned close to the village Post Office and public house in the heart of the old village. A viewing is recommended to appreciate its charm.
A substantial individual detached house in excess of 4,000 sq ft, which has just been refurbished, set in an acre plot, on a private estate.
A substantial 'Wells' style character home set within a generous plot of 0.8 of an acre with landscaped west facing garden, double garage and accommodation of over 4,000 sq.ft and being nicely positioned within walking distance of local village stores.
A modern and substantial home with gated entrance built by Ebury & Stone in 2007 to an extremely high standard with seperate guest suite and featuring a designer kitchen with 'Sub-Zero' and 'Miele' applicances with granite surfaces and marble flooring.
Exclusive Millwood designed home built 7 Years ago. 1.2 acres; 4 reception rooms including a family room off an individually designed 'Masterclass' kitchen/breakfast room. Central staircase leading to galleried landing. 2 en-suite bedrooms. Viewing highly recommended.
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.