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Located on the edge of the prestigious Hawthorn’s School, this detached house dates back to circa 1870. The main house has four bedrooms, beams and oak floors. There's an open plan kitchen diner and the sunny conservatory opens to the beautiful garden which surrounds the property. An immaculate studio/ annex is detached from the main house providing a quiet home office or accommodation for guests.
Situated on the edge of the beautiful village of Bletchingley, a short drive from country pubs & village shops, this fascinating, evolving family home has been well looked after creating a beautiful, light filled home with an easy flow ideal for a contemporary lifestyle.
The front door opens to a useful boot room brimming with character, the sitting room is to your left which has a stone clad fireplace with a log burner and double aspect views over the garden.
The large kitchen provides exceptional storage with granite work surfaces and an Aga. The space is ultimately sociable, and perfect for both formal and informal occasions, including a handy utility room and a discreet W.C. The dining room opens onto the timber conservatory, which has a delightful views over the garden.
Outside there is a patio area, perfect for dining al-fresco, with a large lawn surrounded by trees and there are pleasant views over a field and lake. There is off road parking for several vehicles and a large storage shed. The timber-built annexe is currently used as a home office, but could also work as a guest room, benefitting from underfloor heating and a shower room
Back inside and upstairs there are four good sized bedrooms with a family bathroom to share. The master suite is all about relaxing in magnificent surroundings with a triple aspect, vaulted ceilings and an en-suite shower room.
"We love our home- intimately nestled in the Surrey countryside yet perfectly formed to welcome guests. We have brought up our children safely, taught them to ride bikes, be at one with and explore the countryside while sharing our lives with the local wildlife. We access the quiet school facilities through membership of The Hawthorns Centre Circle by wandering to the indoor 20m swimming pool, playing a game of tennis and enjoying the holiday clubs. Commuting to London by bike and train makes this an effective, warm retreat from the wonderful culture and buzz of city life that is so easily accessible. Similarly we make use of travelling in the school holidays knowing that the property is safe and secure. We are sad to be selling due to relocation. "