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A most attractive detached converted period barn featuring delightful character features including a wealth of exposed timbers throughout. The main barn forms a rear courtyard with the adjoining barns which lead through to the swimming pool. The main barn offers adaptable accommodation and is set adjacent to a further period barn/garage which offers potential for further expansion of the residential accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents. A particularly stunning feature is the magnificent drawing room located on the first floor which is accessed from the oak staircase from the vaulted reception hall. The accommodation and layout can be found in more detail on the floor plan. The rear courtyard forms a delightful outdoor living space, designed by a Chelsea winning designer, being enclosed to the north by a smaller listed barn and to the west by a single storey period outbuilding giving access to the private swimming pool area. There is also a separate building, formally a granary, currently used as an office.
There are an excellent range of former farm buildings now used for the equestrian facilities, including a substantial brick built building currently housing five internal brick stables with room for additional stables if required. In addition there is a large ménage. There is a separate tack room and store, and a former milking parlour used as a store, along with a large concrete framed Dutch barn, ideal for housing a horse box, hay, tractor etc. The ménage has a PVC/sand surface and lies adjacent to the gate leading onto the grazing land. In all the grounds extend to approximately 9.7 acres.
There is potential, subject to the usual planning consents, that some of the outbuildings could be developed further for various other uses.
The property is set on the outskirts of the lovely village of Leigh which has two pubs, church, local school, village green and cricket pitch. The nearby village of Brockham, renown for its annual fireworks and torchlight parade, is about 2.5 miles distant where the local shops provide day to day needs together with public houses. The larger centres of Reigate and Dorking offer a more comprehensive range of shops and boutiques with Waitrose in Dorking and M & S Simply Food stores in both towns. Reigate also offers various restaurants, cafes, and wine bars. The area has a number of good schools, both state and independent, for all ages including Dunottar, Reigate Grammar, The Hawthorns, and Micklefield. For golfers local courses include Reigate Heath, Betchworth Park, Walton Heath, and the RAC Club at Epsom.
Master Bedroom/Dressing Room/Ensuite Bathroom
First Floor Reception Room
Three Further Ensuite Bedrooms
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