An attractive country estate, privately situated within its own delightful grounds, located in the heart of the protected South Downs National Park, close to Cowdray Park polo grounds. Comprising principal Country House, two additional cottages, swimming pool and separate pool house, paddocks, stabling, additional outbuildings, stick and ball polo ground, all weather manège, exercise track, extensive woodland with potential cross country course. In all approximately 132 acres Main House Inner porch – reception hall – drawing room – dining room – study – cloakroom – library – orangery – kitchen/breakfast room – utility room – basement with games room, freezer room, wine store and boiler room – spacious landing – laundry room – 4 bedroom suites – 3 further bedrooms – family bathroom – study/bedroom 8 – garaging for 3 cars Oaklands Hall – sitting/dining room – kitchen – bathroom – cloakroom – 3 bedrooms – car port – potting shed – garden Chercot Hall – sitting room – kitchen/breakfast room – 2 double bedrooms – bathroom – garden Farm Buildings 2 foaling boxes with heat lamps – 4 stables – tack room – hay barn – washing box with hot water and overhead infra-red heaters – feed store – 2 loose boxes - 4 mobile stables around a courtyard – hay/tractor store – open 4 bay Lean-To on the modern barn – pool house with kitchenette and shower – brick building with WC, shower, workshop and a well Gardens Surrounding the house are extensive, level lawns with mature flower and shrub borders. There is a large terrace on the western side of the house, ideally suited for entertaining purposes and a further terrace on the southern side. Heated swimming pool (not in use) with terrace, shed with pool and filtration equipment, pool house with kitchenette, WC and shower. The Land There are approximately 41.38 acres (16.71 ha) of paddocks, mainly surrounding the house with a stick and ball polo ground and an all weather manège and exercise track. The woodland has previously been the basis for a cross country course and there is direct access from the property onto Ambersham Common for extensive riding and walking. In addition, there is also the potential to undertake within the grounds, additional country sports, including shooting, if desired.