EQUESTRIAN - A 16th Century wing of the Grade II listed Kinnersley Manor. Occupying the North West section of the original building which dates back to 1579 this Tudor property is the former residence of the More family. The property retains many interesting and original features with a Horsham stone roof and clustered brick chimney stacks.
The property includes original Reigate Stone fireplaces to the drawing room and master bedroom with refurbished sash windows to the majority of the windows. The drawing room is a comfortable size and enjoys views over the extensive grounds and surrounding countryside.
An impressive dining room overlooks the grounds and includes a marble fireplace and original cornices with beautifully preserved stained glass windows depicting the More family Coat of Arms.
The first and second floors of The Manor House offer four well-proportioned bedrooms with the master bedroom benefitting from an en-suite bathroom whilst the further bedrooms are served by two family bathrooms.
The cellars are of particular note with 18th century wine bins, two spacious chambers and a utility room with direct access to the garden. The cellar also benefits from a dedicated wc.
This property is featured by our Equestrian department.
The property is accessed via a private lane and bridge over the River Mole which borders the lower formal garden and paddocks with beautiful weeping willows and hedgerows.
Reigate is a vibrant and thriving community with excellent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants as well as the open spaces and sports facilities of Priory Park and Reigate Heath. The area is particularly renowned for an excellent choice in schooling at both primary and secondary level in the state and primary sectors.
The property sits in over four acres of land which includes the formal gardens and paddocks. The principal gardens are beautifully tended with manicured lawns which include numerous shrubs and trees. Apple, Lime and Tulip trees have thrived during the current occupants' ownership with the Rhododendrons being particularly colourful when in bloom. The formal gardens extend to the West of property with a terraced lawn, which borders one of the property's paddocks.
To the far reaches of the garden there are two further paddocks which are served by two stables and a feed store. Adjoining these a double garage and barn can be found which can be accessed via a lawned driveway which offers a low visual impact on the garden.