Photo by Hugo Burnard
Wickham House and grounds offer an abundance of original and varied visual scenes, both from a photographic and a cinematographic perspective. A truly unique filming location.
The Walled Garden is clearly a favourite with photographers, but the house itself has some unusual period features and is furnished with high quality period furniture and art. Staff cottages, stables, the Barn, the Pavilion with its art-room upstairs, the vegetable and cut flower garden with its potting shed and green houses, the three woodland areas, the open pasture land (52 acres in total) all give rise to potential for anything from period dramas to fashion shoots.
The property has the following features: 19th century church with a 10th century tower; Victorian Gothic architecture replete with gargoyles; dining room with an Adam-styled ceiling and large chandelier; a library; a large Victorian style kitchen; long distance views to the South Downs; an oak tree avenue; stables with an arena; a number of large Cedars of Lebanon trees; walled garden with swimming pool, pavilion and summer house; flower room; walk in safe; woodland; workshop; cottages; log store; gym; cellars; laundry room; attic; Tennis court; fruit orchard; chickens and ducks; extensive vegetable and cut-flower garden; barns.
We have attempted to give you a sense of the property in these few photos, but we have a full set of photos which is available on request.