THE iconic Clayton Windmills home is on the market for £3million after winning multiple awards in 2016 and 2017.

The Grade II listed 19th century windmill and attached roundhouse is currently on the market, the property also comes with a converted granary and 20th century mill house. 

The property sits within an acre and a half of land overlooking the village of Clayton, nine miles out of Brighton

The Argus:

The home was re-designed by the award-winning architect Sarah Featherstone of Featherstone Young in 2016 and the house itself was the recipient of two RIBA awards in 2017, including a Conservation Award.

Originally built in 1963 for golf writer and broadcaster Henry Longhurst, the Mill House was designed by Brighton Marina architect Peter Farley. 

The Argus:

Contemporary in style the property  maintains the traditional black-and-white vernacular of Sussex mills which was boldly updated by Featherstone Young’s with a punched-aluminium facade.

Entry to the mill house is at ground level to an entrance hall with glazing and access at both aspects. There are three bedrooms and a shower room on this level.

The Argus:

Most of this level, however, is given to a sweeping open-plan kitchen, dining and living room with oak-parquet flooring, suspended log burner and a substantial amount of glazing with incredible panoramic views.

The kitchen is bespoke and has a basalt worktop and an island topped with African hardwood, iroko.

A walled courtyard links the mill house and the granary which is described as a versatile, open space with a raised-ground level seating area and steps down to an expansive double-height entertainment room which is currently being used as a music room.

The Argus:

The one-and-a-half acre garden has a stone-walled dining space, as well as a wood-burning pizza oven, growing beds and a fruit orchard.

The property is available on Rightmove. 

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