Thinking about moving to Storrington?

Formerly Clarke & Charlesworth, At Home is proud to continue offering sales & rentals in Storrington, a glorious part of West Sussex. 

A small town nestled at the northern foot of the South Downs, Storrington is connected to Steyning in the east and Pulborough in the west. The high street is a bustling centre of activity for shopping, dining and browsing.

Named in the Domesday Book as 'Estorchestone', the original name refered to the area being known for storks. A Wednesday market was granted a charter by Henry IV back in 1400, along with three annual fairs throughout the year; Mayday, Wednesday of Whit Week and the Feast of Martin.

For history and nature lovers, Storrington offers a lovely selection of days out on your doorstep. Parham House & Gardens is a stunning Elizabethan family home with an idyllic Walled Garden and Pleasure Grounds. The Storrington and District Museum presents a fascinating account of local life throughout the centuries, and is housed in the Old School building.

If it is museums that you are after, then the nearby Amberley Museum is one of Sussex’s best. The open air museum has a fascinating collection of transport, industry, communication and crafts exhibitions and regularly hosts special events. Throughout the 20th century, Storrington was renowned for the industries of tanning and blacksmithing, along with rabbit breeding. However, little remains of these historic trades.

The nearest large town is Worthing, approximately 10 miles to the south, with Horsham approximately 13 miles away to the north. 

A very popular walking route takes you from the town centre down the South Downs Way. Kithurst Hill, which stands tall above the village, is marked by a trig point some 213 metres above sea level. 


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