An impressive portion of a historic house in a parkland setting
Kithurst House forms part of an impressive and historically significant building that has been used at various times as a convent, a school and a rectory. Electric wrought iron gates provide access to a sweeping driveway along the full width of the property.
Period features abound, including oak panelling, mullioned windows and magnificent fireplaces. Internally, the ground floor accommodation includes an elegant drawing room with beamed ceiling and stone fireplace, a generous dining room and a kitchen breakfast room with fitted units and integrated appliances. To the first floor are four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a balcony and a dressing room.
Externally, the gardens and grounds are delightful, with formal lawns, lily pond and various mature shrubs and specimen trees. A tennis court and small garden cottage are available exclusively for the use of the residents. The garage with electric door and loft storage, can be found within the purpose built garage block, with car washing facilities and a utility / cloakroom area. The property also benefits from an allocated parking space.
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Kithurst House is a most striking property forming part of St. Joseph's Abbey. The property offers elegant accommodation that is extremely well appointed and maintained beautifully. The additional benefit of the fabulous grounds incorporating a tennis court is a wonderful bonus while being situated at the foot of the Downs and at the same time just over 300m from Storrington's High Street, gives the location the best of both worlds.James Machell