- Very attractive and gently sloping pasture field of approx. 7.5 acres (3.03 Ha)
- Adjacent mature mixed broadleaf woodland of in excess of 3 acres (1.21 Ha)
- Overall approx. 10.5 acres (4.25 Ha) in a pretty and peaceful rural location
- Nearby bridleway access
The pasture and wood land occupies a very attractive and peaceful rural position to the South of the rural hamlet of Warminghurst located approximately midway between Ashington and Storrington and adjoining a single track country lane known as Park Lane which connects to Warminghurst thence to Rectory Road to the North-East leading into Ashington Village. To the South, Park Lane joins with Mutton’s Lane and New House Lane which both connect to Rock Road and pass residential areas on the outskirts of Storrington village which offers a range of local shops, trades and facilities and is approx. 2 miles distance. Access to the A24 (Northbound) via Rock Road is within approx. 1 mile to the East giving convenient access to the old market town of Horsham (approx. 13 miles) and including extensive range of facilities and mainline station to London Victoria; the coast at Worthing approx. 7½ miles thence connecting to the A27/M27 in the South and to the North with connections to the A23/M23 leading to Gatwick Airport and thence the national motorway network. The surrounding area to the land is generally rural with a network of public footpaths and bridleways readily accessible and with the hamlet of Warminghurst now consisting of a church and a scattering of houses.