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This spectacular listed building, built circa 1853, was transformed into luxury apartments in 2000. The main building rises over four storeys with an imposing pillared porch leading to the front door. Inside, a large inner lobby introduces you to the sheer scale of the building, with delicate plaster work high above your head and a Regency staircase spiralling up to the top of the building. There is direct access to the communal swimming pool and gymnasium, as well as the library, overlooking the great hall.
This charming one bedroom converted apartment is on the second floor, following the impressive staircase up and through the front door, you head inside the wide entrance hall has a sizable storage cupboard and a handy W.C. The living/ dining room is down the hall to your right, which is lit by natural day light through the large bay window. Perfect for entertaining family and friends when they come to visit, there is an area to have a large dining table and chairs, so you can host more formal dinner parties. The separate kitchen comes with integrated appliance utilising the space you have on offer. The six-gas ring hob will make cooking easy and there is a built-in oven. Guests can sit with a glass of bubbles at a breakfast bar whilst you prepare food and drinks before retiring into the living room.
Back into the hallway the master bedroom is at the end of the hallway, with a large fitted wardrobe and plenty of space above them, ideal for storing Christmas decorations and suitcases. This room also has a bathroom with a tiled finish and a traditional white suite with a shower overhead.
Covering several acres of manicured gardens for the exclusive use of the residents, along with allocated parking spaces and visitor bays, this home is within easy reach of London in just 40 minutes from either Earlswood or Redhill stations.