Welcome to the The Tower…. part of an English Mansion surrounded by its own beautiful grounds and facing south in the heart of rural West Sussex ideal for Holiday Rentals

Welcome to Warnham Court

Comprising the main central part of a Victorian Mansion located on the West Sussex and Surrey borders and available as a Holiday let.

Built in 1829 by Henry Tredcroft a wealthy property owner in the Horsham area who created parks, gardens and pleasure grounds from the original Street Farm and other small farms. The estate passed to Sir John Henry Pelly in 1855 and then to Charles Thomas Lucas in 1865. Charles Lucas was a partner in the firm Lucas Brothers that built The Royal Albert Hall, Covent Garden Opera House, Kings College Hospital, Cliveden and Alexandra Palace to name but a few.

The Mansion is a few minutes walk from the idyllic medieval village of Warnham. The village has its own general store, butcher and two quaint little Inns dating back to the 15th Century. Steeped in history much of the later village was built around Warnham Court. The Mansion looks over a beautiful deer park and to countryside beyond.

The Mansion was completely restored in 2002 and redefined to several luxury, stylish apartments and houses. The Tower is the main central part of the building on three floors, furnished and decorated on the classical style.

The Tower is available to rent all year round providing easy access to places of interest in the Counties of Surrey and West Sussex.

Must know

The Tower is 15 minutes walk from a main line station to London Bridge, Central London. Only 20 minutes to the UK’s second biggest Airport at Gatwick with fast trains (25 minutes) to Victoria Station, London.

Warnham is on the border of Surrey and West Sussex with a huge number of Castles, Stately Homes and Gardens to visit within an hours’ drive. The Tower makes the perfect setting for easy access to all of your favourite places to visit.

The village is about 5 minutes drive from Horsham, a medieval Market Town with a population of C60,000. The town has many national chain stores but it has retained its reputation for individuality. The town attracts shoppers from a wide area and in the summer time you will find the town flooded with international tourists. An abundance of local villages adorn the surrounding countryside with their own individual characteristics and amenities.