Stammerham is a West Sussex country house believed to date back to 1255 with later additions, including a Jacobean extension. Inside the period features are charming, and include exposed beams, leaded light windows, polished wood floors and a classic country kitchen with an Aga.
Accommodation includes five bedrooms, two bathrooms, drawing room, dining room and the kitchen/breakfast room. Outside the gardens are very pretty and have lawns flanked by mature trees, shrubs, a pond and a herb garden. A number of terraces surround the house.
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A pair of outbuildings provide useful storage and could do with some repair while there is separate access to the stable block which comprises five stables, and secure tack and feed rooms. The land is divided into two paddocks with an additional ménage and comes to nearly eight acres.
Stammerhem is location a short distance from the village of Rusper which provides everyday amenities including a village shop and a post office as well as a church, two pubs and a primary school. Horsham and Dorking are seven and ten miles respectively.
The guide price is £1.2m. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01403 246 792 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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