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This is one of our Country Houses
In a favoured position within the ever popular town of Reigate, a handsome detached residence of character with early origins dating back to the seventeenth century. With far reaching views from the upper floors, the house is Listed Grade II as being of architectural interest and has, over time, had various additions, in the process creating a substantial property. Having been a much loved family home, the house retains many original and period features such as a large inglenook fireplace and oak staircase in the Dining Room, together with decorative ceiling beams, oak wall panelling, fireplaces of later periods and leaded light windows. Accommodation is arranged over three floors plus cellar storage and extends to in excess of five thousand square feet, offering a marvellous opportunity for a new owner to update and rearrange to suit. Reception areas are gracious and the five first floor bedrooms of good proportion. In particular the Principal Suite enjoys a triple aspect over the gardens and has views beyond with a Dressing Room and an En-Suite Bathroom. The second floor is arranged in two parts with one containing a potential staff suite of bedroom, sitting room and bathroom, whilst elsewhere there is a bonus room and large storage room.
The Old House is set in a marvellous location just over a mile from central Reigate yet with the delightful woodland walks through Redhill Common only a few yards away. Reigate itself has a vibrant and thriving community with excellent shops, cafes, bars and restaurants as well as the open spaces and sports facilities of Priory Park. The area is particularly renowned for an excellent choice in schooling at both primary and secondary level in the state and primary sectors including Dunotter, Reigate Grammar, Micklefield, Reigate Parish and St Mary’s Prep School.
The property is approached over a gravelled driveway leading to a parking and turning area in front of the house and Garage. The gardens surround the house with fine mature trees and colourful shrubberies, terracing, level lawns and herbaceous borders together with a courtyard garden, extending to in total approximately 0.73 acres (0.3 hectares).
Handsome detached Grade II Listed house of character
Favoured position within a mile of the town
Mature south backing gardens
Far reaching views from the upper levels
Extensive accommodation over three floors
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