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This stunning period house, believed to date to the 16th century was originally a medieval Hall House and has been sympathetically extended over the years to offer versatile and well proportioned accommodation, with modern environmentally friendly additions such as air source heat pumps and solar panels. This charismatic Grade II listed farmhouse offers immense charm with many period features including heavy hardwood stable doors, exposed beams, feature inglenook fireplaces and leaded light windows. The accommodation is arranged over two floors with a unique ‘T’ shaped layout and benefiting from unusually high ceilings for the period. The spacious kitchen / breakfast room is a warm and comfortable family space with wooden cabinetry and electric Aga. The double aspect sitting room to the front of the property has a wonderful inglenook fireplace, while the spacious dining room is full of character with a similar inglenook fireplace. A study/office, utility room, pump room and bathroom complete the layout on the ground floor. On the first floor is a master bedroom suite with dressing area and ensuite bathroom with corner bath and under floor heating. There are three further bedrooms one with ensuite bathroom and a family bathroom.
The property enjoys a delightful rural setting on the edge of the sought after village of Outwood. The village in addition to its historic windmill, has a attractive common surrounded by National Trust woodland, ideal for walking. Local shopping and dining needs can be found in Bletchingley, some 4 miles away, while the larger town of Redhill (approx 5.6 miles distant) has a full range of shops and rail station with journey times into London approximately 30 minutes. The national motorway network is accessible at the M25 J6, 6 miles away. Nearby are a number of schools for all age groups in both the private and state sectors including The Hawthorns, Dunottar, Reigate Grammar, Caterham School and Notre Dame in Lingfield.
The house is set back from the road and approached via a five bar gate leading to a gravel parking area providing parking for several cars. The grounds surround the house on three sides with lawns, mature hedgerows and trees. Terracing has been created with Horsham slabs to the rear, ideal for entertaining in the summer months with a wonderful wisteria scrambling over the exterior of the house. Herbaceous borders are stocked with spring and summer plants, shrubs and trees. To the side of the house there are equestrian facilities that include a stable yard and tack room with a paddock that benefits from access to a separate driveway.
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