Press House in Horsham has enjoyed a rich history; it was home to the offices of the West Sussex County Times from around 1893 until 2012, and has evolved over the years to become today’s impressive building.
Back in 1681 Press House included an ale shop, a tailor’s shop, a butcher’s shop and also some living accommodation.
In 1820 the tall part of the building, which dominates the Causeway today, was erected.
From 1893 the West Sussex County Times and Sussex Standard offices occupied part of the building, the remainder was a sports shop run by Attwaters.
In 1927 this shop burnt down and that part of the site was re-developed, creating the distinctive exterior which remains to this day and now adds character to the superb Press House.
Press House has now undergone an exciting conversion and has been sympathetically divided into nine luxurious apartments, conveniently situated in the heart of historic Horsham.
These stunning apartments have the benefit of a lift, contemporary well designed interiors which include stylish kitchens and bathrooms, modern lighting and efficient gas heating, with several having views over the beautiful Causeway.
Press House offers purchasers the opportunity to call this iconic part of Horsham their home, giving convenient access to modern leisure and retail opportunities, set against an historic backdrop and only an hour from London by train.
The apartments have already generated an unprecedented amount of interest, with the early reservation of two of the apartments before launch to the market.
The seven remaining apartments will be launched on Saturday, June 27, with viewings from 10am to 4pm.
To arrange yours, please contact the Guy Leonard & Co New Homes team on 0800 0933305, quoting GLPRPH.