High Street, Steyning


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  • Bedrooms: 2
A Grade II listed period cottage with attractive flint elevations and brick quoins under a Horsham stone roof. Exposed timbering, cottage doors and charming small-pane windows are complemented by modern kitchen and bathroom fittings and gas-fired central heating to radiators. This is a comfortable and charming home in a highly convenient location. There is gated access to the secluded courtyard to the rear. No ongoing chain.

Towards the northern end of Steyning's highly picturesque High Street. Shops for day-to-day needs are at hand and many social, sporting and recreational facilities are also in walking distance, including leisure centre with swimming pool, tennis courts and local health centre. That end of the High Street is close to Mouse Lane, a narrow road leading to Wiston House without much through-traffic, but giving access to ancient drove roads which traverse the South Downs National Park. Thus, miles of open country are found virtually on the doorstep. The house is within the town's Conservation Area.

Approximate Distances: The coast at Shoreham (also main line railway station) is six miles, Worthing ten miles, Brighton 12 miles and Horsham 15 miles. Gatwick Airport is usually within 40 minutes' drive and London is 53 miles.

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Hamilton Graham

38 High Street, Steyning, West Sussex

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