The Old Manor House is a wonderful Grade II listed late Tudor property with lots of character built in the early 1600s of local sandstone, and is understood to have been lived in by a cousin of Oliver Cromwell.
Enormous character is provided by some original features including old timber doors, exposed beams and original joinery in the majority if principal rooms. The elegant reception rooms are well proportioned and the double aspect drawing room has an inglenook fireplace with bread oven and bacon loft chimney and a drinks cabinet recessed to one side. Both the drawing room and the dining room have oak parquet flooring; the morning room has been extended and to give views over the terrace and double doors out to the garden and the large breakfast kitchen has a triple aspect.
The fine Georgian staircase leads to the large landing and the generous master bedroom suite is very attractive, while the second and third bedrooms are both a good size. The detached cottage could provide additional bedroom accommodation if required.
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The mature gardens are mainly laid to lawn with specimen trees. The large terrace to the rear of the house provides superb entertaining space, and the detached cottage comprises sitting room, kitchen and a bathroom; the land comes to one-and-a-half acres.
The Old Manor House is located in the Milland Valley which forms part of the South Downs National Park. Milland village has a pub and a village store, whilst Liphook nearby offers good local amenities.
The guide price is £1,995,000. For further information please contact Strutt & Parker on 01428 661 077 or visit www.struttandparker.com.
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