Binderton House is an historic Grade II listed former manor house believed to date from the 17th century 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 Anthony Eden (later Lord Avon) who succeeded Churchill as Prime Minister in 1955. The Penthouse apartment is a wonderful property of generous proportions full of individual charm and character with delightful far reaching views over the surrounding South Downs countryside and towards Lavant and Chilgrove. It offers well appointed and nicely balanced accommodation in excess of 2,000 sq ft. Features to note include a spacious 24'6 long sitting room with fireplace and wood burning stove, separate dining room open plan to an attractive kitchen with a good range of units and a large principal bedroom with dressing room and an en-suite bathroom. The dressing room could also be used as an office or study. There are 2 further good sized bedrooms and a shower room. The second bedroom also benefits from excellent walk-in storage
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"Charming and unusual penthouse with amazing views over the Sussex countryside"