Guide Price 475,000 Freehold
Sheep Pen Lane, Steyning, West Sussex, BN44 3GP
2 bedroom Detached



  • Individual detached house
  • Fully refurbished
  • In the heart of the town
  • Landscaped secluded garden
  • Parking bay
  • Open-plan ground floor layout


On the south-west side of Steyning's historic High Street, Sheep Pen Lane is one of the oldest roads in the town and its very name has changed over the centuries. In 1271 it was known as 'le Schepenestrete' and the plate recording the old names of the lane is affixed to the front wall of The Coach House. Steyning High Street has a beautiful range of domestic and part-commercial architecture and provides shops for day-to-day needs and Post Office. Primary and secondary schools are within walking distance, as are many social and recreational facilities, including leisure centre with swimming pool, and tennis courts, as well as modern health centre. Nearby Charlton Street gives access to the cricket field and beyond to the South Downs and miles of open country.

Steyning lies at the foot of the South Downs National Park, about five miles from the coast at Shoreham-by-Sea (main line railway station to London Victoria) and eight miles from Worthing. Brighton is about 11 miles and Horsham 14, and Gatwick Airport can normally be reached in about 40 minutes by car.

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Floorplan of Sheep Pen Lane, Steyning, West Sussex, BN44 3GP

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An exceptional and individual detached house recently fully refurbished to provide stylish modern living space in the heart of the town with a secluded and landscaped garden. Originally a coach house, believed to date from 1830, the attractive elevations are mellow brick with timber windows under a tiled roof. The refurbishment has included reverting the building to its original internal shell and redesigning the layout to maximise the use of space with an open-plan ground floor layout and thoughtful first floor arrangement with obscure-glazed internal doors to distribute light. The house is now an efficient home with high levels of insulation, double-glazed windows, modern lighting and a newly installed gas central heating system. The newly installed kitchen area is fully fitted and there is a new white bathroom suite. Decorations are new throughout and include new carpeting and floor coverings and fitted blinds to windows. The buyer will enjoy the comforts of a 21st Century home which is immediately ready for occupation. There is a landscaped and secluded garden to the rear and the rare advantage of a parking bay within a stone's throw of the High Street. Viewing is highly recommended.

Ground Floor

Covered Porch

Front door with obscured glazed panels to entrance lobby.

Entrance Lobby

Contemporary wood-effect flooring. Slim architectural window. Modern vertical-panel radiator. Step up to entrance hall.

Entrance Hall

Stairs off to first floor. Understairs storage alcove and small storage cupboard.


Newly-installed white suite of WC and washbasin with mixer tap and fitted cupboard beneath. Contemporary wood-effect flooring. Extractor fan. Chromium radiator.

Sitting Room

18'1" x 11'3" (5.51m x 3.44m) Window and pair of French doors overlooking the attractive rear garden. Substantial central timber ceiling beam. Two panel radiators. Two ceiling light points. Open-plan to kitchen.


8'3" x 7'5" (2.51m x 2.27m) Window overlooking Sheep Pen Lane. Newly-fitted to a high specification with grey speckled work surface with matching upstands and white laminate-faced units comprising inset one-and-a-half bowl sink unit with mixer tap, cupboards and drawers beneath and matching wall cupboards with underlighting. Integrated washing machine/dryer. Range of Bosch appliances: dishwasher, fridge, freezer, oven, induction hob with chromium filter hood over. Worcester Bosch gas boiler. Recessed ceiling lighting.

From the hallway, stairs lead to the first floor.

First Floor


Access with pull-down ladder to fully-insulated and part-boarded roof void with fitted light.

Bedroom 1

15'7" x 8'7" (4.77m x 2.61m) Overlooking the rear garden with neighbouring gardens and attractive rooftops beyond. Recessed full-width mirror-fronted wardrobe unit. Vertical and horizontal panel radiators.

Bedroom 2

9' square (2.75m square) Window overlooking Sheep Pen Lane. Panel radiator.


Newly-fitted suite in white comprising panelled bath in fully-tiled recess with mixer taps and independent mixer shower fitting with glazed shower guard. Pedestal washbasin with mixer tap. Low-level WC. Mirror-fronted medicine cabinet with fitted light and shaver point. Extractor fan. Chromium radiator/towel rail.


Parking Bay

Blockwork area providing hard standing for one vehicle.

Rear Garden

Contained by wall and fencing with pedestrian gate to the side. Arranged for ease of maintenance. Paved section adjoining the house with lawn beyond and paved pathway to summer house with adjoining seating area and raised planters with sleeper-edged borders. Outside light and tap.

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

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.
5. All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of Hamilton Graham.
Intending purchasers must satisfy themselves on these matters.

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