The Round House, which is said to look much as it did when Woolf bought it, is being sold by the same estate agents that originally sold it to her as a weekend and holiday home.
Charles Wycherley, who runs a family estate agent in Lewes, will auction the house June 9. Woolf bought the house from his great-grandfather, Alfred.
The current owner of the cottage, which was built in 1801 and was once the town windmill, is retired teacher Annie Crowther, who is moving to a home nearby. The Round House was also owned by John Every, ironmaster of Lewes Phoenix works.
The same year Woolf purchased the Round House, she discovered Monk’s House in nearby Rodmell, which both she and Leonard favored because of its orchard and garden. She then bought Monk’s House and sold the Round House.