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This is one of our Equestrian Properties.
EQUESTRIAN - Dating from 1906, Beau Coin House is a detached Edwardian country house in an elevated position on the edge of the sought after village of Woldingham, therefore commanding lovely views of the surrounding countryside. Skilfully extended by the present owners, the house retains period features whilst benefiting from replacement windows and the excellent addition of the kitchen/breakfast room. Reception rooms are charming with wooden floors and fireplaces, whilst the study leads on to the former kitchen/utility areas and has the potential to become extra living space. With an automated roof lantern and a triple aspect, the kitchen has been comprehensively furnished with a range of bespoke wall and floor cabinetry with granite work surfaces and arranged to include a central island, an excellent larder cupboard together with a four oven Aga and an American style fridge/freezer. Bedrooms are principally laid out over the first floor, of which the master suite has fine views from an adjoining roof terrace and a large, contemporary style en-suite shower room. Two further double bedrooms on this level also have a pleasant outlook and are serviced by the family bathroom. At garden level is the charming guest suite, which has a shower room included and an independent external access.
This property is featured by our Equestrian department.
The property is located in an attractive setting on the outskirts of Woldingham, close to Green Belt farmland. With an active community, Woldingham continues to be a highly prized location and enjoys various local sports clubs including tennis and cricket, a well-stocked village shop with Post Office. There are two golf clubs nearby – North Downs and The Woldingham – along with many rambling walks crisscrossing the North Downs. The choice in schooling is superb and includes local schools such as Woodlea Junior School and Woldingham School for girls, as well as being well placed for schools in Oxted – Oxted County School and Hazlewood Preparatory School – Caterham School and the Croydon schools – Whitgift, Croydon High School for Girls and Trinity. Oxted town centre is approximately four miles away and has an excellent range of supermarkets, boutiques, antique shops along with cafes and restaurants, an Everyman cinema and a leisure centre.
The gardens surround the house extending to approximately 1.023 acres and have lawned areas, herbaceous borders and various decked terraces. There is a good size outdoor swimming pool (in need of some updating) with a timber summerhouse alongside, together with a tennis court. Detached from the house is a double garage, which has a gardener’s WC to the rear. Above – and accessed directly from the house via a decked terrace - is the music studio. Approached either from the drive or via a separate access from the lane, are two paddocks, which are designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest and extend to approximately 5.54 acres. There is a field shelter with water connected. Stabling includes two loose boxes and a tack room with power and water connected.
Lovely views across local Green Belt countryside
Detached Edwardian home of character
Swimming pool and tennis court
Paddocks designated SSSI
Woldingham Station 1.8 miles with journey time to London Bridge from 35 mins.
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