A fine equestrian property with a 3 bedroom bungalow, annexe, sand school, good local hacking and 6 acres, set in an excellent location in a private estate with easy access to the national road network.
Hall, Sitting room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Dining room, Utility room, Cloakroom
Principal bedroom with shower, Family bathroom, 2 Further bedrooms, Converted attic room/bedroom 4
Attached home office/studio annexe with kitchenette and WC.
Parking area, carport and garaging, Stable yard with 3 loose boxes, feed store and tack room, Field stables with 2 loose boxes, Floodlit Sand school (40m x 20m)
Gardens with terrace, barbeque, fishpond and lawns, Paddocks, pond and woodland
About 6 acres
The front door opens into a reception hall, which has a tiled floor and cupboards. The sitting room is a lovely, bright room with full height windows set into a semi-circular end wall and a double sided fireplace housing a wood-burning stove. The other side of the fireplace opens into the dining room, which has French doors to the terrace. Next to the dining room is the kitchen/breakfast room, which has an electric oven and ceramic hob, fitted wall and floor units, breakfast bar, integrated dishwasher, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, space for fridge freezer. A part glazed door from the kitchen leads into a boot room where there is a door onto the terrace and path to the back garden.
The principal bedroom is an excellent size and has fitted wardrobes, dressing table and shower cubicle. There are 2 further well-proportioned bedrooms off the hall, both with fitted wardrobes and one of which also has a wash hand basin. The family bathroom has a corner bath, WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Next to this is a separate WC. A spiral staircase leads up from the hall to a converted attic room which can be used as an occasional additional bedroom and provides access to the loft.
A separate door from the drive opens into a large, attached home office, which could alternatively be used as a studio annexe. To the rear of this is a kitchenette with a door to the garden and an adjoining cloakroom.
A 5 bar gate open onto the drive, which sweeps up to the house, to the side of which is a carport and garden shed beyond. A spur of the drive forks off to a gated entrance to the stable yard, where there is garaging. At the front of the property is an attractive area of garden with lawns, mature trees and shrubs, ponds with water cascade between, a terrace with built-in barbeque and a boiler store. The main garden lies to the rear where there are areas of lawn with paths leading across to gates on the north and eastern ends. The stable yard is to the north of the property, where there are 3 loose boxes, a feed store and tack room. Beyond this are the paddocks, a further stable block with 2 loose boxes, the floodlit sand school (about 40m x 20m), a large fenced pond and woodland. In all the property extends to about 6 acres.
estate yet readily accessible to the M23 for the commuter. Nearby is Hedgecourt Lake, where there are angling and dinghy sailing clubs. Copthorne has a C of E junior school, prep school, pubs, shops and hotel and the neighbouring village of Felbridge has a Showground and some excellent clubs including cricket, tennis, bowls, and football. Imberhorne secondary school in nearby East Grinstead is very well regarded and there are also very good private schools within easy reach. East Grinstead has a wide range of local stores and supermarkets and the towns of Crawley and Tunbridge Wells are also within easy reach. Golf is available at Copthorne, Chartham Park and Royal Ashdown. Ashdown Forest and Lingfield Racecourse are also nearby.
Mainline rail services to London are from Three Bridges and Gatwick. The M23 (about 3 miles) gives access to Gatwick Airport, the coast, M25 and national motorway network.
Local Authorities & Services
Surrey County Council: 0345 600 9009. Tandridge District Council: 01883 722000 Council Tax band G. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.
From junction 10 of M23 head east on the A264 towards East Grinstead. Cross over the next 2 roundabouts, heading towards East Grinstead. About 1 mile after the Dukes Head roundabout and just beyond the Shell petrol station turn left into New Domewood along Herons Lea and the entrance to the property is the 2nd on the right.