United Kingdom  / England

Handsome Victorian country house located halfway between

London and Paris


Viktorianisches Herrenhaus für Pferdeliebhaber zwischen

London und Paris






Available as 2 plots:

Plot 1 - Main residence and 2.3 acres £ 1,950,000

Plot 2 - Stables, Riding arena and 21.7 acres £ 350,000


A handsome Victorian country house of 4573 sq ft combining period charm and contemporary chic, in a very accessible rural location within a mile and a half of the mainline railway station and the historic town of Battle, with rural views to the south.


Reception Hall • Cloakroom • Dining Room • Reception • Study • TV / Sitting Room • Utility Room • Kitchen / Dining Room • Scullery • Boot Room • Dog Room 


Master Bedroom Suite • Guest Bedroom Suite • 4 further Double Bedrooms • 2 further Bathrooms • Detached Self-Contained Cottage


Main residence Mature Gardens & Grounds of about 2.3 acres

To the side of the house is a Detached Cottage of 560 sq ft, converted in 2004 from the original garage building, being of single storey brick construction under a tiled roof, with panelled windows, comprising double doors to a sitting room/studio/office with high vaulted ceiling and wood plank floor; kitchen with floor and wall units and wood floor; shower room and double bedroom. To the rear of the cottage is a picket fenced rose garden stocked with David Austin highly scented roses with a pretty gazebo to one side overlooking the Hard Tennis Court.

To the outside, the property is approached through electrically operated gates to an in and out driveway with turning and parking area to the front of the house and spur drive leading off to the Stable Yard.


The garden and grounds form an outstanding setting and are a particular feature with a driveway and a turning area to the front of the house, lawns and various mature trees and shrubs including rhododendrons. The driveway continues through a five bar gate to a further large parking area to the front of the cottage. To the rear, adjoining the house is a stone paved terrace, and beyond a large area of sweeping lawn with mature rhododendrons and a ha-ha at the far end. To one side there are trees, shrubs and yew hedging and beyond a paved terrace with a walk through a yew arch to a series of formal hedge enclosed gardens, some with box hedging and beyond a further private area with an abundance of mature trees and shrubs




Campfield House is situated within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and enjoys extensive southerly views from all of the principal rooms, looking southwards over the gardens and the adjoining fields. It lies on Powdermill Lane, a non-classified road with considerable commuter traffic, but nevertheless, the house overlooks only its own grounds and suffers from very little noise pollution. The Hastings bypass opened in early 2015 relieved the traffic considerably. The historic East Sussex town of Battle is about 1.5 miles distant with a mainline station serving London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross. The East Sussex coastal towns of Eastbourne and Bexhill are within easy driving distance and the regional spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells is about 25 miles.