ARE you looking for a stylish home with spectacular views across the South Downs?

The Mill House in Clayton, on sale for £3 million, brings together a Grade II listed 19th century windmill and attached roundhouse, a converted granary and a beautifully designed 20th century mill house, all in one and a half acre grounds.

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Originally built for golf writer and broadcaster Henry Longhurst in 1963, the seven-bedroom property was designed by Brighton Marina architect Peter Farley in a modernist style.

The property includes the remaining roundhouse of Duncton Mill, built in 1765, and one of the Clayton windmills, known as Jack and Jill.

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The Jack windmill, which sits behind the main house, is a five-storey tower mill, built in 1866.

The white Jill windmill, which is still a working mill, is just north of the site.

Inside the mill house is bright and spacious with a stunning living area that looks out across the South Downs, complete with a suspended log burner.

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Outside the open-plan kitchen, a large terrace leads down to the garden, a walled-courtyard and the granary – a versatile open space which includes an entertainment room.

A tunnel, currently used as a wine store, leads underground to the Jack windmill. The garden has a stone-walled dining area, a pizza oven and an orchard.

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For more information, contact the estate agent The Modern House on 020 3328 6556.