St Leonards stunning clock tower house for sale for £2.5m – Yalla Match

A stunning south coast property with its own clock tower is currently available for £2.5 million.

The Clock House is a Grade II listed building in St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex.

It has an impressive clock tower housing four clocks made by BL Vulliamy, the clockmaker to King George III.

The property has been in the same family for over 30 years and is now being sold by M&W Sales and Lettings.

Called Clock House, this unusual property is a Grade II listed building in the seaside village of St Leonards-on-Sea in East Sussex.

Clock House has a sumptuous interior with arched doors and windows framing views of the surrounding garden

Clock House has a sumptuous interior with arched doors and windows framing views of the surrounding garden

This living area has a large TV sitting over a feature fireplace, colorful curtains and dark decorative wallpaper

This living area has a large TV sitting over a feature fireplace, colorful curtains and dark decorative wallpaper

The impressive building was built in 1827 by architect James Burton and his son Decimus Burton, who were behind many Georgian buildings in London.

The impressive building was built in 1827 by architect James Burton and his son Decimus Burton, who were behind many Georgian buildings in London.

The estate was one of the first buildings built by architect James Burton and his son Decimus Burton in 1827.

The couple were responsible for many historic houses along the South Coast, Tunbridge Wells and London. They were behind many of London’s Georgian buildings, including responsible for large parts of Bloomsbury, as well as St John’s Wood and Clapham Common. James also collaborated with John Nash at Regent’s Park.

In 1828 he founded a new seasonal town in St. Leonards began building, based on his experiences in Regents Park.

There is a clock tower with four clocks in it, made by BL Vouliame, the clockmaker for King George III

There is a clock tower with four clocks in it, made by BL Vouliame, the clockmaker for King George III

There is a multicolored tiled floor in the foyer

There are many showcases in Clock House

The property has many interesting features including arched windows and multi-coloured tiled floors in the hallway.

This living room has large dark sofas, a central chandelier, wooden floors and various candle holders

This living room has large dark sofas, a central chandelier, wooden floors and various candle holders

This entry has gold and red colored wallpaper with coordinating fabric on the sofa as well as dark wood floors

This entry has gold and red colored wallpaper with coordinating fabric on the sofa as well as dark wood floors

This colorful bedroom has red patterned wallpaper, red curtains, red window frames and a matching red ceiling

This colorful bedroom has red patterned wallpaper, red curtains, red window frames and a matching red ceiling

Clock House retains many fine features including arched Gothic doorways and tiled entrance floors.

There is a sumptuous interior space and an outdoor garden with bar and dining areas.

It is spread over three floors and is situated on Maze Hill, overlooking St Leonards Gardens, which overlooks the sea.

The property has been in the same family for over 30 years and the sale is handled by M&W Sales and Lettings

The property has been in the same family for over 30 years and the sale is handled by M&W Sales and Lettings

The property is priced at £2.5m and is a short walk from St Leonards-on-Sea town centre.

The property is priced at £2.5m and is a short walk from St Leonards-on-Sea town centre.

The property has five bedrooms, including a fireplace and an arched window with some stained glass

The property has five bedrooms, including a fireplace and an arched window with some stained glass

The property has some lovely features including on the walls of the double bedroom which are decorated with candles

The property has some lovely features including on the walls of the double bedroom which are decorated with candles

This bathroom has green and gold wallpaper, white tiles on the floor, a life-size statue and an attractive bathtub

This bathroom has green and gold wallpaper, white tiles on the floor, a life-size statue and an attractive bathtub

The property is within walking distance of St Leonards town centre, which has bars, restaurants, galleries and independent shops on Norman and Kings Road.

Township gardens provide a peaceful setting with a variety of plants, trees and wildlife, and the star of the show is a central ornamental pond.

The area has several schools including Battle Abbey School, Claremont, Finhall and Boxwood.

Outside there is plenty of space to entertain family and friends, including an outdoor dining area and a large garden

Outside there is plenty of space to entertain family and friends, including an outdoor dining area and a large garden

The outdoor entertaining area includes a fire pit and outdoor lights so gatherings will last into the evening

The outdoor entertaining area includes a fire pit and outdoor lights so gatherings will last into the evening

The kitchen has cream base and wall units together with a tiled central island and has some useful storage

The kitchen has cream base and wall units together with a tiled central island and has some useful storage

The large double bedroom has monochromatic wallpaper, dark wooden floors and some furniture with pink touches

The large double bedroom has monochromatic wallpaper, dark wooden floors and some furniture with pink touches

The average price tag sold in St Leonards in the past year is £291,265, which is just below the £312,201 average for the country as a whole, according to Zoopla.

Helen Whiteley, of property website OnTheMarket said: “Properties like this don’t come on the market very often, so when they do it’s a chance to own something really special.

In addition to a fascinating history dating back nearly 200 years, with its original charm and unique interior design, this guard house has a level of luxury that is as impressive today as it was when it was first built.

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