Cootham Park, West Sussex

Park Homes at Cootham Park

One Bed Stately Tredegar (32x10)

Cootham Park

One Bed Stately Tredegar (32x10)

Pulborough Road, Storrington



Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Cootham Park Have?

Close to local amenities
Rural retreat
Public transport links
50 years and over
12 months usage
No dogs allowed


Cootham Park is located in a small village called Cootham just west of Storrington. Residents who move will enjoy living close to a stream and woodlands, which envelopes the park in a relaxing green space.

About Cootham Park

This development is in a rural location that enjoys a strong community that comes with living in a park home. While West Sussex has plenty to offer visitors in the form of country walks, coastal adventures, and quaint towns and villages, this particular residential community is in the heart of Cootham. It is away from all the hustle, bustle and noise that can be experienced in nearby cities and towns. 

This popular park is part of McAlister Estates, a family-run, residential park home business with five award-winning parks located across the Surrey and Sussex area. They have been successfully offering park home living lifestyles for over fifty years to retired and golden citizens. 

Cootham Park Location

The location benefits from excellent transport links to and from the park, which includes a bus route with regular on-time buses, which is most helpful for those who do not drive. 

Residents enjoy the privacy that comes with owning a detached property, as well as benefitting from the support of their neighbours if needed. Each park home is sold with a perfect plot of green garden space, which allows residents the opportunity to maintain and develop, in keeping with park rules.

Cootham Park is in a primary location for anyone wishing to explore West Sussex at their leisure. This is a quiet, pleasant park that is well-kept, superbly landscaped, and which offers impressive views of the towns and regions beyond. The woods behind the park itself are perfect for local walks and enjoying the surroundings. For budding photographers or artists, the park offers plenty of scenes to capture just on the doorstep due to its secluded and picturesque setting.

The Local Area

The park is located just outside of Storrington, roughly about a mile away. Storrington is a peaceful and historic village with a thriving local community. Residents are also just a few minutes away from the vast Parham Wood, as well as incredible countryside walks alongside the popular River Arun. 

The park is also closely linked to the communities of Ashington and Washington, both of which are accessible via Storrington and London Road. Head further into the countryside, however, and one will find the famous Houghton Forest and Swindon Estate, both of which are beautiful to behold in their own right. Travel a little further to the south and visitors will come across popular communities in Bognor Regis, Littlehampton and Chichester. All of these towns have a variety of activities and attributes that can be explored. 


Just a 10-minute drive down the road is Storrington, the A283 runs directly through this small but perfectly formed village. Storrington boasts a great selection of shops, restaurants, cafes, and supermarkets. There is also a post office, pharmacy, and also banks making it a very useful local village for residents. The village is very sociable, with an amateur dramatics group, a sports and social club as well as a range of other societies from bridge to horticulture. The ancient village has a solid history and is even mentioned in the Doomsday Book.

Sandgate Park, just on the outskirts of Storrington, is a popular park for walkers and nature enthusiasts. Covering over 30 acres of woodland, rare heathland, grass, and ponds, the park will provide a perfect spot for exploring. There are no facilities in the park, but it is close by to Storrington so amenities there are available.


The park is also located close by to Pulborough, another village that offers visitors and residents plenty to see and do. The village itself is amiable and welcoming, which makes it a popular place to visit and stay. Just 15 minutes from the West Sussex coast and only 75 minutes from London via Pulborough station, visitors have the best of both worlds. Within the village, there is an excellent selection of restaurants and cafés as well as some good old local pubs so visitors can enjoy the local atmosphere.

For nature lovers, the Pulborough Brooks Nature Reserve is a must-visit. With beautiful views across the South Downs, located in the Arun Valley and home to a multitude of wildlife, there is so much to see and enjoy here. The nature reserve offers trails and walks, and there is a visitor centre as well as a café and shop on site.


From the country walks to the rich heritage provided by the town, Arundel offers its visitors so many activities and experiences. Located a mere fifteen minutes from Cootham Park, Arundel will fast become the best place for a perfect day out! The impressive Arundel Castle is a focal point of the town, towering above the high street. The castle is steeped in history dating back nearly a thousand years, and visitors can enjoy meandering through the landscaped gardens and a tour inside the castle. The iconic Arundel Cathedral should also be added to the top places to visit. In the French Gothic style, the Cathedral was built in 1869 and is central to many town events including The Arundel Festival and the Arts trail. The market town is home to an eclectic mix of restaurants, bars, and cafes and attracts visitors from neighbouring towns and villages because of the excellent cuisine. Arundel Castle Cricket Ground is also a pull for cricket hungry visitors which is the home of Sussex Martlets Cricket, while also being the venue for many Sussex County matches at various levels including first class. The Arundel Museum is a hub of historical information about the town. Expertly curated, the museum can tell the story of Arundel's inhabitants from thousands of years ago to the present day. There are many collections and exhibitions to see, ranging from farming to the history of the port.


Amberley is one of the most attractive villages located close to the park. It is noted for its thatched cottages and is a pleasure to see the beautiful houses and gardens. The village is also home to Amberley Working Museum and Heritage Centre, which is a 36-acre museum housed in the old chalk pit. Visitors will get a hands-on insight into transport, architecture, industry, nature, and crafts. There is also a café on-site to enjoy lunch or a snack while soaking up all the museum has to offer. The village is also a home for Amberley Castle, which was converted into a hotel that offers guests over 900 years of history. The gardens are simply exquisite, and many visitors wish to wander around the grounds and take in the views. There is also an award-winning restaurant that delivers cuisine to the highest standards. Non-hotel guests are invited to dine there, making it a perfect special evening out opportunity.

Why Move to Cootham Park?

This development offers more than just privacy and comfortable living. It is home to some stunning countryside views and is well-linked to many of West Sussex's famous towns and cities. The park itself is located on road and transport links which make accessibly very easy for residents and visitors. 

Cootham Park is an established residential park and is open to new residents all year round. It offers the perfect opportunity for retirees to break away from the cities and towns and to relax in a genuine countryside retreat. This park can offer the best of both worlds due to its unique location and community links. Residents who decide to embrace park home living will feel instantly at home to start enjoying their silver and golden years.


Cootham Park
Pulborough Road
West Sussex
RH20 4JS