A 17th-century manor house with its own stables and pool is on the market for £5.5m.

Morley Manor in Brighton Road, Shermanbury, near Horsham, dates back to 1650 and is thought to have been named after former parishioner John Morley.

The house, which has four bedrooms, is also grade II listed.

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The interior has a regal look with chandeliers, a large entrance hall, grand-looking doors and a sky light.

The ground floor of the home has a kitchen, family room, drawing room, dining room, study and orangery.

The Argus: One of the rooms has a sky light

The first floor has four bedrooms and a library.

The estate also has outbuildings away from the main home that include two first floor apartments in a coach house, stables, garages and a 16th century dog kennels.

Listed by the agent House Partnership, there are also outdoor facilities including a tennis court, a hot tub, a swimming pool, a pool house, an outdoor bar, a barbeque, an outdoor shower, a pond and a lake with a jetty.

A spokesman for House Partnership said: "Outstanding and historical Grade II listed manor house of medieval origins with spectacular gardens, grounds, equestrian facilities and distant southerly views to the South Downs.

"The original property has been subsequently extended so that it now offers a fine family home of considerable character."