800,000 Freehold
Mill Road, Steyning, BN44 3LN
Sold Subject to Contract
4 bedroom Detached



  • Exceptional rear garden and Views
  • Wonderful westerley views to South Downs
  • Single garage
  • Potential to enlarge subject to consents
  • Well-maintained property
  • Prime location close to town
  • Open-plan living space
  • Ample parking
  • Versatile layout


On the western fringe of Steyning and abutting the South Downs National Park, with unspoiled views of meadows and the rolling, partly timbered, slope of the South Downs. The view includes the ancient landmark of Chanctonbury Ring. Mill Road contains a variety of residential dwellings of mixed architectural styles in a highly convenient location within easy walking distance of Steyning High Street, where there are shops for everyday needs and Post Office in a historic and picturesque street scene. There are many cultural and sporting facilities available in the town as well as primary and secondary schools, modern health centre, library and churches.

The coast at Shoreham-by-Sea with main line railway station is about five miles and Brighton 12 miles. Horsham, Crawley and Gatwick Airport are normally within 40 minutes' drive.

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Floorplan of Mill Road, Steyning, BN44 3LN Floorplan of Mill Road, Steyning, BN44 3LN

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An individual detached house occupying an exceptional plot in a prime residential location close to the town centre and with wonderful westerly views to the South Downs. From the kerbside, this appears to be a modest bungalow, but following conversion of the roof void and extensions to the rear, it today provides spacious accommodation with an impressive open-plan living space to include a high specification kitchen, and sitting area overlooking the delightful rear gardens, approximately 150' in depth. The layout lends itself to versatility of room use and given the plot size, a buyer seeking a larger home will see the potential to enlarge the property further, subject to usual consents. The property has been well maintained with modern sanitary ware, replacement leaded-light double-glazed windows and gas-fired central heating to radiators. There is a garage and ample parking.

Ground Floor


PVCu front door to Storm Porch with quarry-tiled floor. Panelled door to:

Entrance Hall

L-shaped with herring-bone pattern parquet flooring. Broom cupboard. Utility corner housing single-drainer stainless steel sink with space and plumbing for appliance beneath and fitted shelving and storage cupboards above.

Sitting Room

17'10" x 11'7" (5.45m x 3.55m) Polished stone fireplace with open grate. Understairs storage locker. Double doors to:

Open-Plan Living Space

21' x 18'9" (6.41m x 5.71m) This room is the hub of the house overlooking the delightful rear gardens with the backdrop of the South Downs beyond. The kitchen area is comprehensively fitted with polished granite work surfaces, inset one-and-a-half bowl sink fitting, integrated dishwasher and good range of cupboards and drawers. Space for range cooker with glazed upstand and filter hood over. Matching wall units. Double-width peninsula work surface with back-to-back storage units. The kitchen is open-plan to the dining section and a double-aspect sitting area with French doors opening to the rear garden.


10'4" x 6'2" max. (3.15m x 1.9m max.) Storage cupboard. Overhead bulkhead cupboards. Fitted shelf.

Bedroom 3

10' x 9'7" (3.04m x 2.93m) Overlooking the rear garden. Excellent range of full-height fitted wardrobe units with part-mirrored doors, hanging space and bed recess with storage lockers above.

Bedroom 4

10'4" 9' (3.15m x 2.74m) Range of fitted overhead cupboards and fitted shelving.

Family Bathroom

Modern fittings with full wall tiling. P-shaped bath with drench shower head and shower guard. Washbasin with mixer tap and cupboards beneath. WC with concealed cistern. Chromium radiator/towel rail.

From the entrance hall stairs to the

First Floor

Bedroom 1

18'7" x 11'7" decreasing to 8'3" (5.66m x 3.54m > 2.52m) Wonderful views to the ridge of the Downs. Good range of fitted wardrobes and bedroom furniture with fitted drawers. Eaves access to part-boarded storage area.

En-suite Bathroom

Fine Downland views. Modern suite with tiled bath alcove. Shower cubicle. Free-standing washbasin. Low-level WC. Light and shaver fitting.

Bedroom 2

11'3" x 10'4" (3.43m x 3.17m) Overlooking the rear garden with the Downs beyond. This room has skeiling ceilings and has been skilfully fitted with bespoke wardrobe units to provide hanging space, good range of drawers and desk worktop.


Single Garage

19' x 12'7" (5.81m x 3.84m) Pair of timber doors and personal side door. Power and light connected. Rear door giving access to garden. Wall-mounted Baxi gas-fired boiler providing hot water and central heating.

The property occupies an exceptional plot with the rear garden extending to some 150' in depth and backing onto open country with views to the skyline, all contained within the South Downs National Park. To the front of the property is a brick boundary wall and blockwork driveway providing hard standing for three to four vehicles and access to the garaging. There is pedestrian gated access to the side.

Rear Garden

This setting enjoys peace and seclusion with a stunning backdrop of the South Downs. The south-west facing gardens are well stocked with established shrubs and flowering plants providing texture and colour throughout the year. Close to the house is a circular paved terrace with lawned area beyond, stepping-stone path and central pond feature. Garden store and aluminium greenhouse. Post-and-rail dividing fence, beyond which is the orchard area with productive fruit trees and further garden with vegetable patch and terrace enjoying complete seclusion and taking full advantage of the stunning backdrop of the South Downs.

Services: All main services are connected.
Council Tax Valuation Band: 'E'

1. Any description or information given should not be relied upon as a statement or representation of fact or that the property or its services are in good condition.
2. Measurements, distances and aspects where quoted are approximate.
3. Any reference to alterations to, or use of any part of the property is not a statement that any necessary planning, building regulations or other consent has been obtained.
4. The Vendor does not make or give, and neither Hamilton Graham nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.
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Intending purchasers must satisfy themselves on these matters.

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