Binderton House is an historic Grade II listed former manor house believed to have been built around 1677 which has been converted into 5 quality apartments. It has a handsome classical Regency character with a red brick frontage with stylish period windows and ionic columns to the main entrance. It was once the country home of Sir Anthony Eden (later Lord Avon) who succeeded Churchill as Prime Minister in 1955. The outside was re decorated in 2016.
The Penthouse apartment which has been recently modernised, is a wonderful property of generous proportions, full of individual charm and character with delightful far reaching views over the surrounding South Downs countryside, the Trundle, Kingley Vale and towards Lavant and Chilgrove. The property is light and airy and offers well-appointed and nicely balanced accommodation in excess of 2,000 sq ft.
Features to note include a spacious duel aspect 246 long sitting room with fireplace and multi fuel burner, separate dining room open plan to an attractive kitchen with a good range of wooden units, a built in electric oven with microwave above, built in electric hob, integrated fridge and freezer and space and plumbing for a dishwasher. There is a large principal bedroom with an en-suite bathroom with incredible views and a dressing room. The dressing room could also be used as an study. There are 2 further good sized bedrooms and a shower room. The second bedroom also benefits from excellent walk-in storage.
Binderton House is approached via a gravel driveway leading to the main entrance, an informal parking area for residents and visitors and beyond to a concealed courtyard where there is a single garage located for The Penthouse apartment, which has light, power and an electric door.
Enhancing the attractive setting for the Binderton House there are landscaped communal gardens which surround the house and are mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders, mature trees and hedges.