An impressive hilltop home which offers spectacular panoramic views has gone on the market for £3.25m.
Edwardian country house, High Marley towers above Marley Heights with some of the finest views in the South Downs National Park and its new owner will be able to see as far as the Suffolk coast – 25 miles away.
The stunning property sits in a private location and includes a summer house, annexe, greenhouse and tennis courts in almost six acres of grounds.
High Marley, believed to have been built around 1905, includes balconies and bay windows to enjoy the stunning outlook
The arts and crafts style house offers delightful high ceilings, ornate fireplaces, and a fine decorative balustrade
The Edwardian house has stunning unspoilt views across the Sussex Weald and the South Downs National Park
The house was built around 1905 and the majority of its principle rooms have been designed to make the most of the far-reaching views over West Sussex, as they are fitted with features such as balconies and bay windows.
The house has 4,977 sq ft of accommodation space – with a reception hall, a large drawing room, dining room, conservatory, kitchen, family room and study.
High Marley, which is listed on the Strutt Parker website, also boasts a master bedroom with an en-suite dressing room plus four further bedrooms and bathrooms.
There is also a one-bedroom annexe above the garage and 1,301 sq ft of space in the outbuildings, including a summer house, greenhouse, tractor shed and wine store.
The mainly lawned gardens are sheltered by mature and specimen trees, shrubs and woodland. There is also a well-stocked kitchen garden with fruit cages, an orchard and an all-weather tennis court.
The stunning house includes a reception hall, large drawing room, dining room, conservatory as well as a master bedroom
The home, which is situated in a private location, offers an an all-weather tennis court within its six acre grounds
High Marley’s spectacular views are complimented by several patios and terraces which can be used for outside entertaining
The well maintained level gardens of the home are bursting with mature and specimen trees, shrubs and woodland
The majority of the home’s room are specifically designed to make the most of the views over the South Downs
Picturesque: The home’s elevated position means homebuyers could enjoy breathtaking views of the South Downs
High Marley includes a Summer House, pictured, and other rooms which serve as formal and informal entertainment areas
Stunning: High Marley offers spectacular panoramic views across the South Downs and is on the market for £3.25m
The grounds of the property include a well-stocked kitchen garden that has fruit cages, greenhouse and an orchard
The home is close to Marley Common which boasts acres of National Trust land.
High Marley is also situated close to the West Sussex, Surrey and Hampshire borders.
Liz Berman from Strutt & Parker said: ‘The house has the most stunning, far-reaching views. You can see all the way to the coast, which is about a 45-minute drive away.
‘It’s all open views, there’s not really much disturbing it. It’s on a pinchpoint of a hill so you’re elevated and you can’t really see your neighbours.
‘Although you’re on a residential road only five minutes from the town you feel isolated from everything but at the same time you can be at the station in five minutes which takes you into London in about 50 minutes.
‘There are some properties on another hill but they are looking away from the coast so they won’t have the same fantastic views and they are far enough away from this property.
‘It really is a lovely spot, the views are absolutely stunning.
‘The house is in good condition but the decor is maybe a little dated and someone may want to upgrade it.
‘But it’s a big beautiful house in six acres of gardens that encompass the house, adding to the privacy.
‘Haslemere is very popular – it has great transport links and good schools nearby and everything you could want without having to be in an industrial town.
‘I think it would appeal to a family, perhaps where one of the parents still commutes to London.’