The first is a substantial 10 bedroom country house in Horsham with a tennis court, indoor and outdoor swimming pool, staff accommodation and beautiful art-deco features. Named Partridge Green and set within 85 acres of gardens, it’s on the market for a cool £6,500,000.
The second home featured in our picture gallery is near Haywards Heath and on the market for a whopping £3,650,000. Sharpthorne is a fine example of late medieval architecture, believed to have been originally built by monks as a tannery and dating from the fifteenth century. A heated swimming pool, all weather tennis court and pavilion, and a nine-hole practice golf course, well-stocked walled kitchen garden and a paddock form the outside space.
With a price tag of £4,500,000, the third property is a huge period seven bedroom house in Barcombe Mills set in stunning park-like grounds with all weather tennis court and swimming pool with pool house.
Near Rye, and the fourth to be featured in our gallery, is an Georgian Mansion with it’s own luxurious cinema. It’s on the market for a jaw-dropping £8,950,000 and is said to be beautifully refurbished with stunning formal gardens.
Number five in our gallery of Sussex’s most expensive homes is a mid-Victorian country house in the Sussex countryside near East Grinstead.
This property is marketed with a price tag of £3,500,000 and has nine bedrooms, five reception rooms and six bathrooms overlooking its Grade II listed gardens and grounds. It also comes with a detached two bedroom cottage.