An important Grade II listed house, situated approximately 3 miles south east of Horsham with absolutely stunning views to the South Downs.
Sedgwick Park itself has a long history dating back to the 13th century when it was enclosed and used as a hunting estate. Parts of the house that stands today were built in the 17th century although it was substantially remodelled in 1886 for the Henderson family and designed in the arts and crafts style by Ernest George with the tower added later in 1904. The principal house has been imaginatively restored by the current owner, with the west wing ready for further restoration to provide substantially more accommodation. The main house is arranged on 3 floors with some fine formal reception rooms and a total of 15 bedrooms.
The approximate gross internal area is 1,437 sq.m. (15,463 sq.ft.) with the west wing able to provide approximately a further 324 sq.m. (3,487 sq.ft.) (not surveyed).
The property is currently occupied as a private residence, although the owner shares the beautiful tranquil setting by having occasional informal open days, weddings and residential wellness weekends and other events.
In addition to its qualities as a private house, the property is suitable as a boutique hotel or yoga/wellness retreat (subject to necessary consents).
The formal gardens deserve a special mention and were designed by Harold Peto. They include a south terrace, formal and informal lawns and water features including the central “white sea”, all with the beautiful backdrop of the South Downs. Both the gardens and Sedgwick Park, being a medieval deer park are listed. In all approximately 58.42 acres (not surveyed).
On the west side of the house and gardens is a coach house which has been converted into spacious residential accommodation with its own garden.