This fabulous family home for many years has been beautifully renovated and offers exceptional accommodation for up to eight adult guests or a family of eight. Please note there is a trundle bed where there is an eigth guest. The location is superb, The White House enjoys a wonderful and peaceful setting beneath the Roundhill on the South Downs and has the most wonderful view from the garden east towards Devils's Dyke and Truleigh Hill. It is a gem of a setting that guests thoroughly enjoy.
The house has two living rooms, one set around a log burning stove and the other with an outlook onto the private garden with doors opening out. The kitchen is a traditional cottage style and is fully equipped with an Aga that can be used over the winter months, and a conventional oven and separate hob as well. The hob to make you aware is an induction hob.
There are four bedrooms, one with a super king sized bed, one with a king sized bed and a twin bedroom and single bedroom. The single bedroom is fitted with a trundle bed which can be used with a family. There is a supplementary charge if the trundle bed is used for the eighth guest and due to its size this bed is only ideally suitable for a child. The two main bedrooms enjoy an outlook to the Downs. On the first floor there is a bathroom with a roll top bath that is fitted with a telephone style shower attachment. Downstairs there is a shower room with a large walk in shower.
The garden here is completely secure and offers a private setting and the most wonderful view along the Downs towards the east.
The market town of Steyning.
The White House is less than 0.5 miles from the centre of the market town of Steyning. It is a town full of history dating back 500 years with many Tudor period buildings. There are independent shops, bars and restaurants to enjoy. Steyning is also less than ten miles from Brighton and the sea at Shoreham by Sea is only five miles away.
The South Downs are a major draw and the house sits on the slopes of the Downs. A short climb takes you to the top of the Downs where there are great walking and cycling opportunities east towards Devil's Dyke and west towards Chanctonbury Ring.