Leave Petworth on the Midhurst road, (A272) and after about 1 mile turn right to Tillington. Continue up the hill passing the Pub and Linton House will be found after a short distance on the left.
The property is situated in the centre of the village within a short walk of the Parish Church and Horse Guards Pub and opposite the village hall and Petworth Park. There is a bus stop a few hundred yards away on the A272. Petworth (1 mile) is an attractive old market town perhaps best known for the National Trust owned Petworth House with its beautiful 750 acre parkland. The town also benefits from a regular farmers market, first class deli and shops catering for most everyday needs. There are annual Petworth music and literary festivals and a range of vibrant societies. Sporting activities include golf at Cowdray Park and horse and motor racing at Goodwood. More comprehensive shopping facilities, including major supermarkets, can be found in Chichester (16 miles) as well as the renowned Festival Theatre. Communications with London are surprisingly easy with mainline stations at Haslemere (11 miles, Waterloo 60 minutes) and Pulborough (6 miles, Victoria 70 minutes). The A3 (M) is within a 15 mile drive.
This first floor flat is one of eight similar properties, built in 1969 with part tile hung elevations of brick and stone under a tiled roof. From a communal hall and landing the front door leads to a hallway with three built in cupboards, and on to the double aspect living room. There is one bedroom, a bathroom with electric shower and a kitchen fitted with a range of cupboards, ample worktops, stainless steel sink and space for appliances.
All the flats share an attractive communal garden and there is a separate bin store.
Lease. 125 years from 2nd June 1997
service charge. £565.27 (2021)
ground rent. £10 (2021)
Mains Water, Electricity and Drainage.
Currently Band E (54). Potential Band C (77)