Moor House is off the beaten track and is reached via a minor country lane.

It sits in a peaceful rural location about 2.5 miles from the pretty village of Glynde, where there is a railway station with regular trains to London, a public house and a part time shop/post office.

Glyndebourne Opera House is just over a mile away.

Moor House originally formed part of the Glyndebourne Estate, and is understood to date from circa 1873, with later additions having been built on the site of a much older house.

The property has been the subject of an extensive and sympathetic renovation programme, which has been undertaken by the current owners.

Internally the house has well-proportioned, elegant and stylish accommodation, with good natural light, arranged over three floors.

There are three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, a principal suite with shower room, four further bedrooms, and a further bathroom and shower room.

Outside there is a range of traditional outbuildings including an open fronted garage, former milking parlour, two loose boxes, tack room and workshop, which it is thought, subject to obtaining necessary consents, there may be potential to provide a home office or annexe.

Moor House also enjoys beautifully landscaped gardens of just under an acre and some stunning views over unspoilt countryside to the South Downs.

For full details or to arrange a viewing, call 01273 475411 or visit