Coldharbour
230.77 sq m
Guide price £1,950,000(57.608.866.035 ₫)

Greyfriars LaneStorrington, Pulborough, West Sussex, RH20 4HE


    Key features

    • Glorious position with fabulous views
    • Well appointed cottage with character features
    • Beautifully presented throughout
    • Guest barn with sitting room, double bedroom and bathroom
    • Superb landscaped gardens
    • Double garage
    • Direct access to South Downs Way

    Spectacular country cottage with annexe in an idyllic setting within the South Downs

    About this property

    • Coldharbour occupies a most glorious and idyllic position, nestled in the lee of the South Downs and within the National Park itself, affording magnificent views in all directions.
      Approached via a long lane it offers privacy and seclusion yet is still conveniently placed for the nearby town of Storrington.

      Coldharbour was originally formed from two cottages dating back, we believe, to the 1600s and is unlisted. Recent years have seen extensive refurbishment to create a superbly comfortable, elegant and beautifully appointed home, ideal for full time living or as a weekend country retreat.

      The property combines the benefits of old and new with underfloor heating beneath the attractive Artisans Roche Marron limestone flooring which extends throughout the ground floor up to the drawing room, a new bespoke hand painted kitchen incorporating Miele appliances, and Porcelanosa bathrooms and cloakroom whilst retaining many original features such as the exposed timber beams and vaulted ceilings.

      Internally, the house offers two welcoming reception rooms both with inglenook fireplaces and log burning stoves. The well-appointed kitchen/dining/family room is the heart of the home with its impressive central island and a further dining and seating area. The room benefits from access out to the patios and gardens and is wonderfully spacious enjoying light from all four sides. Above the kitchen is a mezzanine area, currently used as a study, with views overlooking the beautiful gardens on one side and rolling fields on the other.
      The first floor currently comprises of a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes, a separate dressing room/bedroom and a bathroom with shower. On the second floor, is a guest suite comprising of a further double bedroom with separate bathroom.

      In addition, the property benefits from a beautifully presented, self-contained, one-bedroom guest barn over two floors, ideal for multi-generational living. The ground floor has a superb, spacious sitting room with a vaulted ceiling and log burner along with a separate Porcelanosa kitchen, cloakroom and utility. The second floor comprises a double bedroom with en suite shower room.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I have known this property for a number of years and it is a very special home of superb quality in the most wonderful setting with spectacular views. As a property to escape to, I can't think of a better alternative.

    James MachellProperty agent

    Local information

    • The nearby village of Storrington provides a very good range of local shopping including a Waitrose supermarket, cafes, restaurants, pubs and a selection of speciality shops and services. Two larger and well-known supermarkets are to be found in Pulborough where there is also a main line station offering a regular service to London with journey times from 72 minutes. From Pulborough there are also direct rail links to Gatwick. More extensive shopping, leisure and cultural amenities may be found in Chichester and Horsham.
    • Road communications are good with the main A29 and A24 trunk routes providing the north-south link for London and the M25. There is a choice of good schools within reach including Windlesham House, Dorset House, Great Ballard, Seaford College and Slindon College among others.
    • Recreational opportunities include golf at a number of clubs within easy reach including West Sussex, polo at Cowdray Park, racing and flying at Goodwood, gliding at Storrington and sailing at Chichester. In addition the RSPB centre at Pulborough Wild Brooks is a superb venue for birdwatching or simply walking the woods and wetlands. The area benefits from a network of footpaths and bridleways linking you into the nearby South Downs National Park.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = F