Jack Windmill, which sits atop the South Downs at Clayton alongside its sister mill Jill, was stripped of machinery when it was retired in the 1900s, but does retain many of the Chapel fittings on the third floor and the circular staging around the first floor. The Mill House, situated west of Jack, was built in 1963 in the modernist style and has been designed to complement the landscape and existing buildings. The Granary, a two-storey, timber-framed property lies adjacent to Jack, connected by a tunnel, and Duncton Mill Roundhouse, the ground floor of the original Duncton Mill which is currently used as a workshop, lies the other side. The main gardens lie to the north west of the house and slope gently down away from the house, offering far-reaching views over the Mid Sussex countryside. Take a look around this stunning property and gardens below – which are on the market for £3,000,000 with Hamptons International.
Iconic South Downs windmill up for sale – with a stunning house also on offer
One of the Clayton Windmills, an iconic Sussex landmark, is up for sale along with a stunning home and other historic buildings which offer superb, far-reaching countryside views.
By James Connaughton
Thursday, 1st April 2021, 10:40 am
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