Broomy Cottage, Sullington
2,134 sq ft (198.0 sq m)
Barns Farm Lane, Sullington,
West Sussex, RH20 4AH
A wonderful family home with annexe, stabling, land and breathtaking countryside views
2 bath/shower rooms
3 reception rooms
Mains water and electricity
Oil fired central heating
EPC – F
A rural town which lies on the northern edge of the South Downs National Park, Storrington is the closest town to the mid-point of the South Downs Way and is an economic and social centre serving a number of surrounding villages.
There is a strong community with many voluntary organisations operating throughout the area. The majority of the town centre is designated a conservation area. The A283 runs through the middle of Storrington with Steyning to the east and Pulborough the west.
Storrington is a lively place with facilities which include a large recreation ground with football and cricket pitches as well as a leisure centre. It has a wide variety of shops and businesses, several banks, a selection of pubs and restaurants, a regular community market, post office, library and Waitrose supermarket.
For more comprehensive shopping and recreational needs, Horsham, Worthing, Brighton and Chichester are all within striking distance as are a number of comprehensive and private schools including Windlesham House School, Dorset House School, Thakeham Primary School, The Weald and Steyning Grammar.
If that wasn’t enough, another benefit of this superb location is the proximity to the south coast and links into London with easy access to nearby train stations.
Broomy Cottage, SullingtonAbout this home
Nestled at the foot of the South Downs, with uninterrupted views is this fantastic family home. Approached through a set of wooden gates across a herringbone brick driveway, Broomy Cottage sits in an idyllic spot surrounded by beautifully manicured gardens which include an attractive walled garden to the front and substantial lawn to the rear, interspersed by an array of well stocked flower beds, and a wide variety of trees, most notably the ancient oak trees which stand proudly throughout the 4.33 acre plot.
Believed to have been built in the 1930’s, Broomy Cottage has a warm and inviting feel, with generously proportioned rooms – ideally suited for a family and those who enjoy entertaining. The cottage has been sympathetically modernised over the years to provide wonderful open living space yet retaining much of the character and charm.
Highlights include showstopping views over the gardens, paddock and surrounding countryside; the equestrian facilities include two stable yards, ample grazing and direct access to the most spectacular bridleways and footpaths which cover the South Downs National Park.
2,134 sq ft (198.0 sq m)