Kings Barn Lane, Steyning


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
A substantial detached house built in the 1920s of traditional construction with white rendered elevations under a pitched and tiled roof with double-glazed windows in timber frames. The house is situated in a slightly elevated position with good parking and secluded south-facing gardens to the rear. The accommodation radiates from a spacious hallway and galleried landing with natural light, and provides a perfect blend of charm and character with the comforts of high specification modern living, with a stylish kitchen, open-plan to a seating area with the spacious dining room beyond, and nicely-proportioned reception rooms overlooking the gardens. Original features remain, including pine doors, fireplaces and sculpted ceiling cornices. The majority of windows are fitted with contemporary shutter-blinds and there is gas-fired central heating to radiators. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this impressive family home.

The property is about half a mile from Steyning High Street, amongst other individual detached homes. Further up the lane the Downs Link crosses and opens up to miles of country walks including the banks of the River Adur. Steyning is a small country town in the lee of the South Downs National Park and has primary and secondary schools, a modern health centre, leisure centre with swimming pool and numerous sports and recreational facilities.

Approximate Distances: Shoreham-by-Sea five miles (main line railway station); Brighton 12 and Horsham 15 miles. Crawley and Gatwick Airport are normally about 40 minutes' drive.

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Hamilton Graham

38 High Street, Steyning, West Sussex

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