An elegant period house with wonderful views to the South Downs, together with a range of outbuildings with planning consent (expiring 13th June 2019) to convert into holiday lets. Just under 1 acre. Elegant period house dating from circa 1873 Peaceful rural location Wonderful views to the South Downs Well proportioned, elegant and stylish accommodation Range of outbuildings with planning consent (expiring 13th June 2019) for conversion into holiday lets Just under 1 acre Moor House originally formed part of the Glyndebourne Estate, and is understood to date from circa 1873, with later additions. Internally the house provides well proportioned, elegant and stylish accommodation, with good natural light, arranged over three floors. Features include a spacious kitchen/breakfast room which has a range of shaker style units with granite work tops, a two oven Aga, a Rangemaster cooker and a wine fridge. Further features include attractive fireplaces in both the drawing room and sitting room, a wood burning stove in the dining room, some panelled doors and sash windows. From the lane a wooden five bar entrance gate leads to a wide gravel parking area, bordered by two lawns. The principal formal gardens lie to the rear of the house and have been attractively landscaped over the years with various well-stocked herbaceous beds and a number of magnificent mature trees. A stream borders part of the formal gardens. Towards the end of the garden there is a picturesque pond. Approached via a secondary gate from the lane are an excellent range of outbuildings, which have planning consent (expiring 13th June 2019) for conversion into holiday lets.