£359,995 - £459,995
3 and 4 bedroom properties
Robell Way, Pulborough, West Sussex
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Warren Grove offers a superb selection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in the charming village of Storrington. This is an ideal place for you, whether you're a first time buyer or if you need more space for your family.
Warren Grove combines village life with great nearby transport links to the coast. The High Street of Storrington can cater for all your shopping needs and the South Downs is nearby for those relaxing weekend walks.Nearby Worthing and Horsham offer an array of stores within their pedestrianised streets and shopping centres. A collection of elegant shops form the heart of Storrington village. Boutiques make characterful additions alongside larger retailers such as Waitrose supermarket. Sports fans will love Storrington's choice of leisure facilities and welcoming clubs and societies. Chanctonbury Leisure Centre boasts a fully equipped gym, sports hall, fitness studio and multisport pitch. The village has a non-league football club, as well as dedicated clubs for cricket, tennis, bowls, squash, and martial arts.Storrington enjoys excellent transport links and close proximity to the motorway network. The rail stations at Amberley and Pulborough are nearby and both offer fast connections to Horsham, Gatwick airport, Chichester and Worthing. A direct service runs to London Victoria in one hour 15 minutes.
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