Hunston Manor House: A Renovated 17th-Century Property in West Sussex
Let’s go back in time! You know I love historic homes and today we’re going back to the 17th-century with Hunston Manor House. Hunston Manor is a Grade II-listed manor house only 10 minutes from the sea in the South-West English town Chichester.
Hunston Manor House was built in the 1670s and was once the home of the Earl of Arundel but for 30 years it has been owned by the family of Ben and Rosie Broad. Their parents bought the manor house in the 90s who transformed it from a ruined property to the beautiful historic home you see today. Ben & Rosie still live here like a little commune (Ben’s wife and baby, and Rosie’s boyfriend also live here).
On the ground floor youu’ll find several sitting rooms with the Main Hall an it’s large fireplace with woodburner as the center point. But there’s also a garden room, a library and another sitting room. On the ground floor you’ll also find the large double height kitchen with blue-painted cabinets, an AGA stove and stunning exposed wooden beams. Upstairs are 7 bedrooms, some with en-suite bathrooms.
Hunston Manor House sits in the middle of three acres of private gardens and a further three acres of organic fields. You’ll find a formal rose garden, a swimming pool, a tennis court and several outbuildings on the grounds of this gorgous property. Let’s take a look at his gorgeous house shall we?
See also: 26 Tudor Manor Houses in England You Can Visit
Hunston Manor House is now for sale at Inigo