A 17th century English country house known as Furnace, with its own orchard and wood, is on the market for £ 2.35 million (US $ 3 million).

The Grade II listed property, located near the village of Horam in East Sussex, in the south-east of England, is based on more than 26 hectares of land, according to the inventory of Strutt & Parker, a subsidiary of Christie's International Real Estate.

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A Grade II registration means that a building is of particular interest, according to Historic England, and restricts redevelopment. It is the most common of the three historical property designations in the UK, with over 90% of listed properties bearing the label.

The main house, which was put on the market last month, was "enlarged and renovated with sympathy and elegance" by the current owners. It combines elements from the time with a modern life, added the list.

Global Mansion has not been able to identify the owners.

It has a living room with an open fireplace and a large bay window, a small living room – also known as a den – with a small fire pit, an office, a games room, a lounge and the staple of the English country house, a storeroom.

Two staircases lead to the upper floor where there are five bedrooms, including the master suite with vaulted ceilings and a dressing room.

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According to the list, the other features of the house include polished solid oak floors, wood latch doors and exposed wood beams. Representatives of Strutt & Parker were not immediately available for comment.

Detached from the main house, you will find a one-bedroom cottage with vaulted ceilings, an open fire and wooden floors.

Outside of its houses, the estate is home to a stable with a saddlery and a grocery store, fenced enclosures, an old forest – which in England refers to a forest that has existed continuously since 1600 or before – a large pond, an orchard and a swimming pool requiring a complete repair, according to the list.