Pulborough is a large village, located almost centrally within West Sussex and 42 miles south west of London. It’s a glorious spot rich in history and natural appeal – on the northern boundary of the South Downs National Park, near the confluence of the River Arun and the River Rother, on the Stane Street road from London to Chichester used by the Romans.
Rising above Brookfields, Pulborough’s church spire signposts everyday necessities at hand: primary schools, health centres, convenient local shopping and other essentials for contemporary country living.
Connected Country Living
Pulborough station, only a mile from Brookfields, makes easy work of a London commute, and turns the dream of country life into an attainable reality.
Two trains per hour take just over an hour to reach London Victoria. By car London is an hour and three quarters away.
The charming market town of Horsham and the cathedral city of Chichester are both within half an hour by car.
For travel further afield, Gatwick Airport can be reached within forty five minutes by car and by train, with up to thirty five trains per day passing through Pulborough to the airport.