This substantial Grade II listed period family house is set in formal gardens and grounds of approximately two and a half acres in Aldingbourne.
This handsome brick and flint property, in Hook Lane, is believed to have been built circa 1856, retaining considerable charm throughout.
Hook Place benefits from two principal reception rooms both with open fireplaces and the dining room with woodblock flooring and part-panelled walls.
There is also a further family room, a panelled study and large central reception hall which could easily be used as a further reception room.
The property also benefits from a good size kitchen/breakfast room with adjoining utility room.
On the first floor, the current layout is of six bedrooms and two bathrooms although this, subject to the necessary consents, could be rearranged to provide a master bedroom with en-suite dressing room/bathroom.
The property is approached via a long gravelled driveway leading to an area of substantial parking and turning with detached garaging.
Beautiful formal gardens lie to the south surrounded by neatly clipped evergreen hedges and brick and flint walls.
The gardens and grounds include a number of mature trees and well-stocked borders with a central gravelled path flanked on both sides by rose beds.
There is also a stream that meanders through the grounds.
Guide Price £1,500,000.
For more information, or to arrange a viewing, contact Jackson-Stops & Staff, 37 South Street, Chichester. Telephone 01243 786316.