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Pendell Road, Bletchingley, Redhill
£850,000

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WHAT'S GREAT

This charming grade II listed mews cottage is nestled away from the main town, surrounded by beautiful countryside with grounds extending to approximately 5.3 acres. It’s peaceful location, positioned at the foot of Surreys North Downs, is within easy access to the M25 and offers fantastic walking and hacking with direct access to local bridlepaths. For competitive riders, there are good road links to many of the South East’s showgrounds.

This period conversion was once a former stable dating back to the 1600s. The property was converted in the 1980s and combines gorgeous original features such as the large brick fireplace, exposed beams, floor to ceiling windows on the first floor, along with light colours in each room creating a calming feel. The house is set back off the road with gated access. The open plan layout downstairs is great for socials with family and friends. There are three well sized bedrooms and a substantial shower room. On the second floor there is a large loft room which is used as a utility room and exercise space, but has potential to convert into a further bedroom and or office.

The property has excellent equestrian facilities making it a suitable investment for both professionals and amateurs. The fields are divided into a number of paddocks using a combination of post and rail and semi-permanent electric fencing (which is directly connected to the mains in the yard). There is a recovery paddock adjacent to the yard and a field shelter on hard-standing in the night paddock which is visible from the house. There is also a fenced naturally free-draining exercise area. To the rear of the house there is a garden with a patio, lawn and a variety of mature shrubs.


Sellers Secret

I bought this property as the perfect retirement home for my two home-bred competition horses - and it did not disappoint! From the layout of the fields visible from the house to all the apple trees(!!), we all settled here instantly. What surprised me though was the cottage itself, a former stable dating back to the 1600s with the original tie ring and kick-bolts….but with its high ceilings and bundles of character it has been an unexpected bonus living in such a special space.

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