International Volvo Photo Locations Part 503
Mead House (or Montmead House) is located on Tudor Close in Pulborough near West Chiltington, West Sussex in England, United Kingdom.
Occupying just over 1 acre, Mead House is a substantial individual family home located within this highly desirable private cul-de-sac situated on the border of West Chiltington and Pulborough. Constructed circa 2014 the property offers extensive well planned accommodation together with an adjoining two/three bedroom cottage. Internally the property has been finished to an extremely high standard and accommodation comprises: impressive full height reception hall, dual aspect sitting room, formal w.c., family room, study/ground floor bedroom five, snug, exquisite ‘Tom Howley’ bespoke kitchen and dining room with part vaulted ceiling and utility room, downstairs cloakroom, master bedroom with en-suite and dressing room, bedroom two with en-suite, family bathroom, bedrooms three and four, second floor hobbies/play room.
Outside there is an attached two/three bedroom cottage with two en-suite bathrooms and sitting room, 2/3 bedrooms, kitchen area. Outside the gardens are landscaped with driveway leading to garage and gym, further extensive parking and double car port. (Information from the Estate agent)
West Chiltington is a village and civil parish in the Horsham district of West Sussex, England. It lies on the Storrington to Broadford Bridge road, 4.2 km north of Storrington.
West Chiltington is unusual in the South of England in that within its parish boundaries it has three established vineyards. Friar’s is tiny and not well known outside the village. Nutbourne is more well known locally and is gradually changing its grape varieties from Germanic types (Sylvaner and Muller-Thurgau) to French ones (Pinot Noir and Chardonnay) but the vineyard of international fame is Nyetimber. Nyetimber is based on an old manor which reputedly was part of the dowry of Anne of Cleves when she married Henry VIII.