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A classic late Victorian country house of immense character having substantial accommodation of approximately 10,184 ft sq. Being set in an elevated position the principal reception rooms, including the substantial snooker room, enjoy a lovely aspect over the formal gardens and grounds and far reaching views beyond. To the first floor are 5 principal bedrooms and 5 bathrooms (2 being ensuite) with 7 further secondary bedrooms
(believed to be former staff accommodation).
This traditional country house retains much of its original character and has been a fine family home for many years.
Redlands is situated in a fine elevated rural location being about 4 miles south of the popular town of Dorking with far reaching views. The village of Beare Green which is about 1.7 miles
provides local shops together with a railway station with a service of trains to London Victoria. The town of Dorking provides an excellent range of shops together with leisure amenities and train
services to London Victoria and Waterloo. There are a number of excellent schools within the area, both state and private, which include St John’s, Leatherhead, Boxhill at Mickleham and Cranleigh School. The A24 provides access to the M25 at
Leatherhead (about 10 miles), both Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the National Motorway Network. The property lies just to the south-east of the Surrey Hills, which provide some of the finest walking and riding countryside in the area.
Redlands occupies a commanding elevated position with most fabulous panoramic views over its land and the surrounding countryside. The grounds are a mixture of indigenous woodland (with direct access to Redlands Woods and Forestry Commission land), 6 paddocks and formal gardens.
The house is well positioned in its land and approached via a long private drive being flanked by the paddocks. A field gate leads to the stable yard having two separate stable buildings
one comprising 7 looses boxes, tackroom, feed room and toilet the other wooden stable boasts 3 looses boxes. Beyond the stables is a sand school with a viewing hut. A separate field shelter, hay barn and machinery barn (which will house a horse
box) are located a short distance away. Miles of bridles paths can be accessed directly from the property. To the back of the house extends a sun terrace with fabulous distant views, leading to the areas of formal garden, having a lovely rose arbour walk and sunken garden, beyond which is the formal lawns. In all about 45 Acres.
Master bedroom with dressing room & ensuite bathroom
4 further principal bedrooms
5 bathrooms (2 ensuite)
7 secondary bedrooms
4 Reception rooms
kitchen/breakfast room & utility room
stable block and outbuildings
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