Nestled in the heart of the South Downs you will find this is a privately owned country house, home to the family for over 500 years. Inside are various fine rooms, including the Long Gallery and Great Hall, filled with an exceptional collection of art . There are also cellars, attic rooms (as they were left by employees of the House at the end of the last war).
Four Poster Bedroom
Walk In Wardrobe
3 Phase Power
Shoot and Stay
Real Wood Floor
Large Dining Table
Walls & Windows
Stained Glass Windows
The House dates from the time of Henry VIII but was substantially remodelled in the 18th Century giving it a Georgian facade and a 'French Chateaux' feel. Outside there are stables and a Georgian Riding School, an ice house and an array of 'out buildings'. The grounds consist of parkland, formal gardens, pleasure grounds and productive gardens.
The village is part of the estate and is a quintessentially English village, with a small village shop, a beautiful church, a pub and a brewery.
The Estate is situated near Lewes, between Brighton and Eastbourne in East Sussex, on the south coast of England.