Historic house with wealth of character

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This Grade II listed house was built in 1560 by Edmund Ford, brother of Sir William Ford of Uppark, for his son, Thomas, and the property has been owned only by six previous families.

This historic house in Rogate has a wealth of character throughout including splendid wooden doors, exposed timber frames and impressive inglenook fireplaces.

The accommodation is arranged over three floors in addition to the cellar. The second floor could make a wonderful bedroom suite or playroom if desired.

The house enjoys a fine southerly outlook over its own grounds with River Rother frontage and countryside beyond.

The accommodation comprises of an entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, utility room, cloakroom, cellar, main bedroom suite with dressing room and en suite, guest bedroom with en suite, two bedrooms with “Jack/Jill” bathroom en suite, bedroom, study/bedroom, potential bedroom suite.

Outside, there is a multiple bay barn garage, granary store, greenhouse, workshop, store, garden store, machine/mower store, log store and numerous gardeners sheds.

Guide price £1,500,000.

Wenham Manor Farm House is being marketed by Alexander James People and Property (AJPP). Call 01730 816171.