A magnificent Grade II listed house is up for sale for almost £6 million, one of the most expensive properties on the market in Sussex.

Lock House has ten bedrooms, two swimming pools, a games room, cinema room, sauna and tennis court.

The imposing property in Partridge Green, Horsham, was built in 1899. The estate spreads across 32 acres and has been "extensively refurbished with luxurious leisure facilities".

As well as the cinema there is a snooker room, an indoor pool and an outdoor heated pool, a tennis court, a pavilion, a gym and a "relaxation room".

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Seven of the bedrooms are en suite. The master has its own  sitting room, dressing room and a shower room.

On the ground floor, there are five reception rooms, including  a kitchen and family room with 10ft high ceilings.

The Argus: The kitchen area of the home

Estate agents H J Burt and son highlight the beautiful drawing room, which has a large bay window overlooking the gardens and the South Downs.

Equally grand is the formal dining room which has walnut panelling, a marble fireplace and an oak parquet floor. 

The grand oak-carved staircase at the heart of the home in the reception hall enhances the Victorian manor feel.

The grounds of the stately property include extensive lawns and meadows.

The Argus: The outdoor pool is heated

There is an Edwardian summerhouse, two garage blocks, a large barn and a one-bedroom guest cottage as well as the outdoor pool and flood-lit tennis court.

The home, which is being marketed by H J Burt and Son for £5,995,000, is at the end of a carriage driveway.