This month’s showstopper – The Tower House, Mill Lane.
At the end of a long driveway is the stunning Naldretts. The Tower House is the focal point of Naldretts, a handsome country home situated in a rural hamlet outside Sayers Common.
This incredible home is full of charm – and is believed to date back to the turn of the century. This period property has character features and generous proportions.
Alex Mackay, Managing Director said: “I have been fortunate enough to have been involved in the sale of The Tower House on three occasions during the last thirty years. Architecturally unique, set in a truly captivating rural environment, this stand out home creates a gateway to a new living opportunity.”
It’s got five bedrooms and is set over four floors.
One of the bedrooms measures 28 ft in length and has vaulted ceilings. It’s currently being used as an art studio, but with a space like this the possibilities for its uses really are endless.
If you work from home, have kids who need to revise, or just want to get your head down and read, there are several lovely spaces for you to pick from in this home. There’s no chance you’ll be disturbed.
Colin Metcalfe, Branch Manager at Hurstpierpoint said: “This property has so much personality and character with magnificent panoramic views over the Sussex countryside. The home benefits from all the convenience of modern fixtures and fittings whilst retaining the classic character features and generous proportions of a period property. The Tower House is approached by a long driveway passing a vineyard and turning into a parking area with wide steps leading to the front lawns.”
There’s plenty of entertaining space when you have guests over – enjoy a big family breakfast in the kitchen/diner, or a dinner party in the dining room.
And a choice of baths to relax in after a long day.
One of the best features – the property’s namesake – is the tower. It can be reached via a stairway from one of the bedrooms.