This “unique” property for sale was once used to dry hops for beer and now has its own living room bar.

The Oast House, in Frensham, was originally built in 1832 as a hop drying oast kiln and has been fully renovated in recent years. 

The home spans three floors, and includes the original kilns, high ceilings and decorative tiles. 

On the ground floor, a panelled entrance leads into a beamed reception room featuring a log-burning stove, which opens into a circular dining room in one of the kilns. 

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The main reception room. (Savills)

In the centre of the home, the lounge includes its own bar servery area, and features a log-burner. 

Beyond this is a drawing room with vaulted ceilings, arched leaded windows and decorative brickwork. 

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The bar in the lounge. (Savills)

The kitchen is bespoke and fitted, and includes an AGA cooker as well as hand-painted oak cupboards. 

Completing the ground floor, there is also a study, a utility room and a cloakroom, while a timber staircase leads to a galleried landing in the conical oast tower with a sky light. 

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The dining room is in a former kiln. (Savills)

The principal bedroom suite includes built-in wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom, plus views over the gardens. 

There are two bathrooms and four further bedrooms on this level, while on the top level of the oast tower is a playroom.  

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The principal bedroom. (Savills)

Outside, the rear gardens are mostly laid to lawn and include raised flower beds, while to the front of the property is a terrace and a barn-style garage with a workshop. 

The property is being sold by Savills for a price of £3,000,000. 

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The rear garden. (Savills)

Rory McKenzie of Savills Farnham commented: “The Oast House is a stylish home on the edge of the picturesque village of Frensham. 

“Its distinctive architecture and exquisite interior design combine to create a truly enchanting living space.”