Former 18th century pigeon house goes on sale for £1.85m

An 18th century pigeon home with its personal lake has gone on sale for £1.85million after being transformed into a surprising six-bedroom home.

The pigeon home in Findon, West Sussex, has a three-storey flint viewing tower with views of the encompassing countryside.

Incorporating a Center Japanese influenced arch, it boasts a eating room, video games room and remark room with 360-degree views.

The pigeon home, in Findon, West Sussex, has a 3 storey flint viewing tower (centre) with views of the encompassing countryside

A birds-eye view of the pigeon house in Sussex. The sprawling property sits in the middle of stunning countryside and woodlands

A birds-eye view of the pigeon home in Sussex. The sprawling property sits in the course of beautiful countryside and woodlands

The property also has a hot tub (pictured), workshop, wine cellar and wood store, as well as two garages for a large car collection

The property additionally has a scorching tub (pictured), workshop, wine cellar and wooden retailer, in addition to two garages for a big automotive assortment

The six-bedroom nation home comes with its personal coated swimming pool and three.5 acres of land.

It’s reached by an extended sweeping driveway and the secluded location within the countryside is simply six miles from the south coast.

The big reception hallway is dominated by large home windows that overlook the terrace and past to the lake.

The property additionally has a scorching tub, workshop, wine cellar and wooden retailer, in addition to two garages for a big automotive assortment.

There’s a separate two-storey annex, previously housekeeper’s lodging, which may very well be used to host visitors or for a enterprise.

Incorporating a Middle Eastern influenced arch (pictured), it boasts a dining room, games room and observation room with 360-degree views

Incorporating a Center Japanese influenced arch (pictured), it boasts a eating room, video games room and remark room with 360-degree views

The house is reached by a long sweeping driveway and the secluded location in the countryside is only six miles from the south coast

The home is reached by an extended sweeping driveway and the secluded location within the countryside is simply six miles from the south coast

The former tower has been converted into a dining room (pictured), with wine now stored in the pigeon roosts in the white-painted walls

The previous tower has been transformed right into a eating room (pictured), with wine now saved within the pigeon roosts within the white-painted partitions

The large reception hallway is dominated by huge windows that overlook the terrace and beyond to the lake. Here the floor plan shows the huge number of rooms and swimming pool (right)

The big reception hallway is dominated by large home windows that overlook the terrace and past to the lake. Right here the ground plan exhibits the large variety of rooms and swimming pool (proper) 

The tower (seen from a bird's eye view) dates from the 18th century and was part of an old stately home built in 1743 which was bulldozed in 1961

The tower (seen from a chicken’s eye view) dates from the 18th century and was a part of an outdated stately residence inbuilt 1743 which was bulldozed in 1961

The top floor, which is fitted with modern touches and furniture, gives stunning views over the surrounding countryside and lets in light

The highest ground, which is fitted with trendy touches and furnishings, provides beautiful views over the encompassing countryside and allows gentle

Its current owner, who purchased the property in 1999, has improved the tower, building a glazed bridge and adding spiral staircases. Muntham Court (pictured) which used to be on the site was demolished in the 1960s

Its present proprietor, who bought the property in 1999, has improved the tower, constructing a glazed bridge and including spiral staircases. Muntham Court docket (pictured) which was once on the location was demolished within the 1960s

The lake (pictured) was drained, cleaned and refurbished in 2014, and is well stocked with carp and other fish. It comes with the house

The lake (pictured) was drained, cleaned and refurbished in 2014, and is properly stocked with carp and different fish. It comes with the home

The floor plan shows the games room and other bedrooms in the property. It also includes a large loft space

The ground plan exhibits the video games room and different bedrooms within the property. It additionally contains a big loft house

The Pigeon House (pictured from the garden) is being sold with estate agent HJ Burt who describe it as 'stunning and secluded'

The Pigeon Home (pictured from the backyard) is being bought with property agent HJ Burt who describe it as ‘beautiful and secluded’

Its current owner, who purchased the property in 1999, has improved the tower, building a glazed bridge and adding spiral staircases

Its present proprietor, who bought the property in 1999, has improved the tower, constructing a glazed bridge and including spiral staircases

Its gardens incorporate formal lawns, a small lake and areas of woodland surrounded by neighbouring woods.

The tower dates from the 18th century and was a part of an outdated stately residence inbuilt 1743 which was bulldozed in 1961.

The property that stands right now was constructed across the tower by the earlier proprietor in 1973.

Its present proprietor, who bought the property in 1999, has improved the tower, constructing a glazed bridge and including spiral staircases.

The lake was drained, cleaned and refurbished in 2014, and is properly stocked with carp and different fish.

The pigeon home is being bought with property agent HJ Burt who describe it as ‘beautiful and secluded’.

Jeremy Whittingham of HJ Burt stated: ‘This can be a beautiful secluded property set in roughly 3.5 acres surrounded by woodland.

‘It constructed round an 18th century pigeon home which has been transformed to residential use and gives spectacular views so far as the ocean.

‘The earlier proprietor constructed the home across the tower in 1973 and the current proprietor has made it extra pleasing to the attention, including the remark deck to the tower.’