Drovers Way, Barnham, PO22

2 Bed │ 1 Bath │ 1 Rec

Price £300,000 (Freehold)

6 Villages

Clemmie Waddell


Key features

  • Modern Semi-Detached House
  • Built In 2010 - Freehold
  • No Forward Chain
  • West Facing Garden
  • Garage & Drive
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Walking Distance Of Train Station

Full description

This super semi detached house was built in 2010 by Hillreed Homes and forms part of a small development on a private road. The house is tucked away in a cul-de-sac, set well back from the road and has a lovely west facing garden, backing onto other gardens.

The house has a reception room at the front, a kitchen / diner to the rear and a cloakroom on the ground floor. The first floor has two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. To the side of the house is a single garage with a drive in front, allowing parking for two cars.

Drovers Way is a select development and has a private area of green to the front, for the use of the residents. Drovers Way is only a short walk from Barnham train station.



The village of Barnham offers a range of local shops, public houses, schools and a mainline railway station to London Victoria. Nearby is Fontwell racecourse offering a season of jump horse racing whilst to the north west Goodwood is famous for its many event days including the world renowned Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival for motor racing enthusiasts and a season of flat horse racing including the Qatar Goodwood Festival. Barnham is situated between the cathedral city of Chichester which offers excellent high street shopping, many fashionable restaurants, cafes and bars and the Festival Theatre, and the historic town of Arundel. The area to the north is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts, with beautiful walks and cycle tracks over the new South Downs National Park.

Superb modern home with a west facing garden and garage.

Entrance Hall


Sitting Room 13'6 (4.11m) x 11'6 (3.51m)

Kitchen 13'5 (4.09m) x 10'1 (3.07m)

First Floor Landing

Bedroom 1 13'5 (4.09m) x 12'2 (3.71m)

Bedroom 2 13'5 (4.09m) x 10'2 (3.1m)






Why live in 6 Villages?

Each of the Six Villages of Barnham, Eastergate, Westergate, Walberton, Fontwell and Yapton has its own distinct character and friendly, active community. They’re within easy reach of London, excellent beaches and the South Downs National Park, which means people who live here have the best of all worlds.

The smallest is Barnham, which sits at the centre of the Six Villages, and is the best connected thanks to its mainline railway station that serves Bognor Regis, Brighton, Chichester, London Victoria, Portsmouth and Southampton. It’s known for its iconic Grade II Listed windmill, which is now a private residence, and its neighbouring Windmill Shopping Village that has many independent shops, workshops and a tearoom. There’s also a real olde worlde pub, The Murrell Arms, and two local schools – Barnham Primary and St Philip Howard Catholic High School.

Eastergate has a primary school, Eastergate C E Primary School, a general store, Post Office and parish hall that hosts a playgroup, sports clubs, theatrical performances and family events. The sports field doubles up as a community recreation ground and is the home ground for Eastergate Cricket Club and the local stoolball club – a traditional Sussex game that’s similar to cricket.  

Westergate has plenty of shops and the Six Villages Sports Centre, which has a gym, sports hall and football and cricket pitches. There are also two schools in the village, the Aldingbourne Primary School and Ormiston Six Villages Academy.

Walberton is the second smallest of the villages and has a very traditional look and feel with a duck pond, a single pub that’s served the locals since the 1800s and a village hall that’s the hub of community life. The local school is Walberton and Binsted C of E Primary School and a selection of village shops are clustered along the main street.

Fontwell is world famous as the home of the Fontwell Racecourse, which holds horseracing fixtures, car rallies and other large functions throughout the year. There are some magnificent houses in the local area and a small parade of shops in the village centre.

Yapton is known as the village that never shuts its doors, which harks back to the days when smugglers would hide their contraband in the nearest house when excise men gave chase. The village has its own primary school, Yapton C of E Primary School, a selection of shops by the village green and the Yapton and Ford Village Hall, which is used to host community events.

If you’d like to buy, sell or let a property in the Six Villages, get in touch with your local team and discover the Henry Adams difference for yourself.

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