A 17th-century home with its own pond, pool and cottage is now on the market.

Holford Manor, which is up for sale for £3.6m, is in North Chailey near Uckfield.

The house, which has six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, is said to have been totally refurbished by owners while also retaining some of its period features.

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Throughout the home, estate agents Jackson-Stops said there are a number of spectacular rooms including the kitchen, which has fitted units, a breakfast island, and a formal dining area.

The Argus: The kitchen has fitted units and a breakfast island

The home also has a TV room with wooden beams on the ceiling, as well as a formal drawing room with panelled walls and an open fireplace.

Upstairs there are four bedrooms including a master bedroom suite with a bathroom and a large oak dressing room that has its own central island.

The Argus: The master bedroom has its own dressing room

Outside the property, the estate also comes with its own two-bedroom cottage which has its own kitchen, bathroom and garden space.

On the grounds there is also a pond, a water fountain, a rose garden, a tennis court and a "newly refurbished" indoor swimming pool complex.

There are also a number of outbuildings including greenhouses, sheds, stables, workshop and tractor stores.

The home is currently on the market for £3.6m.