1 The Manor House is an extremely well presented 2 storey house set within the desirable private estate of Tortington Manor, located between the historic town of Arundel and the sea. The property benefits from its own private gardens, as well as having access to the communal gardens, tennis courts and community room. The manor house has a long and varied history and was once part of the Duke of Norfolk's estate, subsequently becaming a boarding school for girls in the 1920's and the UK campus for New England College in the 1970's. The majority of the estate as seen today was renovated
and completed in 2001
Accessed via a communal entrance hall, the property offers an inner hallway that leads to the spacious and imposing sitting/dining room. Believed to have been the ballroom to the manor house, this elegant room has a dual aspect and high ceilings, giving a wonderful sense of scale and space. There is a fireplace with stone surround, creating a focal point for the room, with French doors open on to the south facing area of private garden. The kitchen/breakfast room also has a bright dual aspect with a door opening out to the private garden. There is a range of floor and wall units with integrated hob with filter hood above, oven and microwave. There is also a cloakroom to the ground floor.
On the first floor, the principal bedroom offers a bright dual aspect and has a range of built-in wardrobes, as well as a modern en suite bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle. The second bedroom also offers built in storage space and an en suite shower room. This bedroom provides wonderful views towards Arundel, with the impressive cathedral and castle visible. There is a third double bedroom, as well as a family bathroom.