Star property over £500,000
This country house is not one you will forget in a hurry, with glorious design and 32 acres of grounds to enjoy.
Eastwood Farm began life as a late Victorian farmhouse but has since been transformed into an Anglo-Baroque neoclassical home by renowned architect Robert Adam of Adam Architecture.
Adam completed his renovation project on the house in 1997. The property is situated near the village of Herstmonceux in East Sussex.
Features include a Corinthian colonnaded entrance, square domed topped turrets and a clock tower.
As you enter the house, there is a double height reception hall with columns supporting the galleried landing, decorative cornicing, a fireplace with marble and wooden surround and gold leaf, plus a stone flagged floor.
The luxury continues throughout the dining room, library, inner hall, study, sitting room, music room and kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor.
The first floor is approached by three staircases, including one rising to the wonderful galleried landing.
The house has eight bedrooms, including a principal suite with a private landing, wardrobe cupboards and secondary staircase.
The grounds are approached over a gravel drive culminating in a large parking area in front of the house.
The surrounding garden is principally lawn, with a paved terrace, selection of trees, large pond and a balustrade-enclosed rose garden with a summer house.
There is also a paved ‘chess board’ terrace, swimming pool and further areas of rough grass and woodland, not to mention a hard tennis court in excellent condition.
Outbuildings of 2,010 sq ft are part brick, part weatherboard beneath roofs either corrugated or tiled and are in need of refurbishment.
There are two large pasture fields totalling 24.2 acres out of the 32 acres in total.
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