10 of the most expensive homes for sale in West Sussex right now

On the hunt for a lavish new home in West Sussex?

Thursday, 21st January 2021, 6:00 am
Would you like to live in any of these?

There are plenty of attractive properties currently up for sale around the county, catering for those with a big budget and a taste for luxury. With prices starting at an eye-watering £6,950,000, here are 10 of the most expensive homes on the market in West Sussex right now.

Morley Manor is a grade II listed property situated in a rural location within the hamlet of Shermanbury. The manor dates back to the 17th century and has been substantially extended, with many characterful features throughout. Price: £6,950,000.
This Grade II listed Victorian country house sits within 85 acres of formal gardens and grounds, offering wonderful views to the South Downs. The property has been recently refurbished and includes an indoor and outdoor pool, plus a tennis court. Price: £6,500,000.
Occupying an elevated position in the pretty village of Bolney, this house has been sympathetically extended over the years and includes a number of attractive features, including an art studio, an indoor swimming pool, a tennis court, stables and a summer house. Price: £5,950,000.
Chesworth House is a beautiful Tudor mansion dating from the 15th century. The property still retains many of its period features, including inglenook fireplaces, oak boarded floors and exposed oak roof trusses, and sits surrounded by more than 24 acres of gardens. Price: £5,500,000.
This superb property is accessed via a long driveway through the wildflower meadows of Sedgwick Park and is arranged over three floors, with 15 bedrooms and five reception rooms, amid 58 acres of land. Price: £5,000,000.
Maybanks Manor sits in an enviable spot in the West Sussex countryside, with views towards Surrey Hills. The property includes 11 bedrooms, six bathrooms and five reception rooms, and retains a wealth of original character. Price: £4,950,000.
Occupying a waterfront location with southerly views, this village house combines period charm with contemporary comfort, and is beautifully decorated throughout with plenty of characterful features. Price: POA
This elegant early Victorian family home is situated in a semi-rural position with far-reaching countryside views, and is just two miles south east of Horsham which offers a wealth of shopping and recreational facilities. Price: £4,500,000.
Based in a superb harbourside location, this seven bedroom property features modern fixtures and fittings throughout, and benefits from a home office, annexe, a heated swimming pool and a private jetty. Price: £4,250,000.
Built on the site of the former stables to the Hunting Lodge of Arundel Castle, this attractive Arts and Crafts style country house looks out onto the open South Downs countryside and includes almost four acres of gardens with a swimming lake and summer house. Price: £3,950,000.