On sale: Perryfield House, in Udimore, near Rye, is on sale for the first time in more than 20 years. Photograph: Anderson Hacking
Perryfield House, in Udimore, was built in 1902.
It was added to the market on Friday (April 23) through Anderson Hacking with a guide price of £2,100,000.
The three-storey property has more than seven acres of grounds, with views over the Brede Valley
In the grounds there is a heated swimming pool with Aquatrac safety cover. The pool house has a shower room and kitchenette and there are also Photovoltaic cells on the roof, generating an annual income
The grounds also include a tennis court (pictured), a four-acre paddock and a wildflower meadow
The entrance to the seven-bed house
The dining room with parquet flooring, said to be one of the property's original period features
A central island unit and AGA feature in the kitchen-breakfast room. The house also has a wine cellar
The drawing room with open fireplace and windows overlooking the garden
The sitting room with wood burner and French doors leading to the gardens
One of the property's seven bedrooms. The main bedroom has sea views, a built-in wardrobe and access to an en-suite bathroom