In the idyllic rural village of Nutbourne is The Old Pump House dating back to the 1940's when it was originally lived in by the manager for The Pump House next door.
Approached over a gravelled driveway with ample parking for several vehicles the entrance to the house is via a stable door where you will find an entrance vestibule with space for hanging coats. There is a cloakroom and from the entrance hall you lead into the stunning handmade kitchen / dining room with lantern roof and bi-fold doors to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a range of units and large pan drawers, integrated dishwasher, two single ovens with hide away doors and a warming drawer, Neff induction hob and large larder cupboard and integrated fridge, there is electric underfloor heating to the kitchen and dining room. A doorway leads to the stunning sitting room with wood burner and French doors to the garden and patio terrace. A further door takes you to the family room which could easily be used as a study as well, a large utility room completes the ground floor accommodation.
To the first floor there are four bedrooms, the principal bedroom having the luxury of an air conditioning unit, fitted wardrobes and an updated en-suite shower room. Bedroom 3 has a lovely outlook to the period cottages over the lane and the South Downs beyond, bedroom two has the benefit of an en-suite shower room and bedroom four is a generous single bedroom. Completing the first floor is the family bathroom with bath and separate shower.
A beautifully presented 1940's detached home in a delightful semi-rural location.
The private garden to the rear of the property faces a westerly direction to take full advantage of the afternoon and evening sun, the terrace has a automatic awning and there is a large shed with power and light, there is gated access either side of the property.
Kitchen / Dining Room
En-Suite Shower Room
En-Suite Shower Room
Nutbourne is a most pleasant, friendly rural hamlet and features some interesting period houses and local pub, The Rising Sun. It is surrounded by farmland, vineyards and woodland. Nutbourne Lane leads to the north connecting to the A29 and Billingshurst beyond. To the south Nutbourne Road leads to the large village of Pulborough, where there is a wide range of local shops including two supermarkets, Post Office, butchers, public library, doctors and dentists surgeries. Pulborough has a mainline railway station with connections to London Victoria, London Bridge and Gatwick.
The area around Pulborough provides a wide range of sporting and recreational facilities with West Sussex Golf Club and other golf clubs further afield at Cowdray Park and Goodwood. There is gliding at nearby Parham, theatres at Chichester, Horsham and Worthing and sailing centres all along the coast. The local countryside provides numerous walks and bridle paths including the South Downs Way. Of special note is the RSPB nature reserve at Wiggonholt Brooks. Locally there are also rugby, bowls and cricket clubs.
This picture-perfect village lies at the foot of the South Downs National Park, halfway along the South Downs Way. Properties here include bungalows, family homes and the famous Wells cottages that were individually designed by the architect Reginald Fairfax Wells in the 1920s to look and feel like 17th century buildings with thatched roofs, small windows and whitewashed exteriors.Many of the homes in Storrington have wonderful views across rolling countryside and a conservation area just off the bustling high street ensures Storrington will remain as beautiful as it is today for generations to come.