A Grade II listed manor house dating back to the Tudor period is up for sale.

The Henfield property, which has over 7,000 square feet of space spread across two separate dwellings, is on the market for £2.5m.

Although the main feature of the home, nicknamed Parsonage House, may be the covered indoor pool, the house, which is said to have been "lovingly refurbished", also has a number of other noteworthy features.

These include the two main reception rooms, which have exposed stripped wood flooring, and the formal dining room, which comes with an open fireplace and is said to be "brimming with character".

The Argus: The formal dining room is said to be 'brimming with character'

The kitchen is also a main focal point of the home that comes with an Aga and plenty of space for comfortable family dining.

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Across the three floors of the property, which have "period charm" throughout, the home also has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms.

These have all been given a "modern interior style" according to estate agent Mishons.

Each room of the home appears to also have its own unique look, with some brick-exposed walls and snazzy wallpaper selections throughout the property.

As well as this, the house also has a self-contained two-bedroom annexe that comes with a "vaulted ceiling" and "exposed timbers" on the ceilings.

The Argus: The property has some exposed timber

This further adds to the country-style aesthetic of the property, as well as offering extra accommodation for future homeowners.

Set behind electric gates and a private driveway, the property also has " impressive gardens" including ample lawn space for outdoor dining and activities.

Located right near the centre of Henfield, the home is on the doorstep of the South Downs according to Mishons.

The Argus: The property has an indoor swimming pool

A spokesman for Mishons said: "This remarkable Grade II listed manor house is steeped in local history and stands as an iconic residence dating back to the Tudor period, with later Georgian enhancements.

"Nestled within the village of Henfield, a two-minute stroll to the High Street, this grand property boasts over 7,000 square feet of living space, spread across three floors and two separate dwellings.

"Exuding period charm, this exquisite home seamlessly blends historic allure with the conveniences of contemporary family living."