A Grade II listed country home that dates back to the 13th century is on the market.

The historic nine-bedroomed property in Palehouse Common, Framfield, near Uckfield, has an outdoor pool, formal gardens and a pond.

It is on the market for £3.75 million

Estate agent House Partnership said the three-storey house, which has wooden-beamed ceilings throughout, features original elements from the 16th century.

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On the ground floor there is a dining room, sitting room, lounge, snug and an open-plan kitchen.

The Argus: The house dates back to the 13th century

The snug, the lounge and the sitting room each have log-burners or imposing fireplaces.

The kitchen, which is the dominant room on the ground floor of the house, has a central island with bar stools as well as a dining area.

The main bedroom comes with its own ensuite bathroom and separate dressing room with a free-standing bath.

The Argus: The main bedroom has a dressing room

The estate also has a separate annexe with bedrooms, kitchen, living area and a bathroom.

Other outbuildings include a gym space, a pool house and garages. The grounds cover more than five acres and contain a tennis court and covered barbecue areas.