IN PICTURES: This is the most expensive house in Burgess Hill on Zoopla

A beautiful Grade II* family home has become the most expensive house for sale in Burgess Hill, according to Zoopla.

Friday, 9th July 2021, 1:11 pm
Updated Friday, 9th July 2021, 1:17 pm
Dating from the 16th century Theobalds Farm is a large former farmhouse.

The six-bedroom detached house on Theobalds Road has a guide price of £1,795,000 and boasts five bathrooms, six reception rooms, a stables barn, a games room barn and a double-garage.

Theobalds Farm has been sympathetically modernised but keeps many period features like exposed timbers, original brick and oak floors, inglenook fireplaces and some original doors.

Find out more about the home, which is on the market with Hamptons – Haywards Heath sales, at Zoopla.

The grounds lie mainly to the south and east of the house.
The garden of the property provides a high degree of privacy.
The home boasts five bathrooms.
There is a Victorian conservatory to the east of the part-walled garden.
The family home boasts five bathrooms.
The master bedroom suite has a large dressing room and en suite bathroom.
Opposite the garage is a large timber outbuilding, which was formerly a stable.
The home's facade of tiles and symmetrical sash windows with red brick window dressings is typical of the Georgian era.
Adjoining the south of the house is a brick patio.
The drawing room and family room both have inglenook fireplaces.
The drawing room and family room both have inglenook fireplaces.
There are two ponds to the southern boundary as well as fruit trees.
The dining room is bright and open.
The drawing room and family room both have inglenook fireplaces.
The property has been sympathetically modernised by the current owners.
Connected to the house is a barn, which used to be a forge but is now used as a games room.
There are two ponds to the southern boundary.
The modern kitchen is at the heart of the house and offers views over the rear gardens.
There are three formal reception rooms on the ground floor.