6 bedroom semi-detached house for saleOCKLEY, Nr DORKING
- 4,000 SQUARE FEET OF VERSATILE AND FLEXIBLE LIVING ACCOMMODATION
- SYMPATHETIC AND METICULOUS CONVERSION OF A FORMER HOTEL
- STUNNING KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM WITH VAULTED CEILING AND SOLID OAK BEAMS
- HANDY SERVERY ADJACENT TO THE COSY DINING ROOM
- LARGE INGLENOOK FIREPLACE TO THE DINING ROOM
- 25' LIVING ROOM WITH DRY BAR OPEN TO FURTHER FAMILY ROOM
- SIX GENEROUS DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- FIVE HIGHLY APPOINTED BATHROOMS
- DOUBLE CAR BARN AND TWO FURTHER CAR PARKING SPACES
- LANDSCAPED GARDENS WITH A COMBINATION OF POST AND RAIL FENCE AND LAUREL HEDGING
This newly completed residential development, which is steeped in a long and fascinating history, is now ready for occupation and Patrick Gardner are delighted to showcase this interesting property. The new home has been lovingly and thoughtfully restored using expert craftsmanship throughout.
One Kings Arms Court is one of two properties formed by the conversion and sub-division of the former Kings Arms Hotel (a Grade II listed Building). The sensitive conversion has retained many of the original features throughout and has been expertly blended with modern internal finishes and services.
The property occupies a prominent position alongside Stane Street (sometimes known as Stone Street) which was built by the Romans between Chichester and London. Much of the modern A29, including the stretch that passes through Ockley, is built on the foundations of the old Roman Road. Ockley is very much a working village with a popular cricket clup and village church of St Maragaret's. The village has two schools, Elderslie Little Oaks pre-school and Scott Broadwood Infant School and two popular local pubs. Viewings by appointment.
An Indian sandstone footpath leads to a new solid oak framed porch with the main entrance door opening into a bright and airy hallway off which is a stunning kitchen and breakfast area. The kitchen has a vaulted ceiling with solid oak Tie-beams and is fitted with a solid wood ‘Nobilia York’ kitchen with Rangemaster cooker and a full complement of Neff appliances. Hardwood timber casement doors lead directly to the garden with an Indian sandstone patio. A door from the kitchen leads into a small lobby serving a separate utility room, plant room and rear cloakroom. A further Boot Room is located beyond, with an external door leading out to the rear garden. On the opposite side of the entrance hallway, there is a classic servery with a further door opening into the Dining Room. This double aspect room has a walk-in bay window as well as an impressive inglenook fireplace. The principal reception area is accessed from the hallway and Dining Room and is L-shaped and provides versatile space for entertaining as well as relaxing around the feature open fireplace. There is a wealth of exposed historic timbers as well as the original feature timber bar which has been restored and refurbished to provide a lovely focal point. From the rear lobby, a white oak staircase leads to the first floor landing providing access to five bedrooms, three of them having stylish en-suite bath and shower rooms as well as a separate family bathroom. From the landing there is a further staircase leading to the second floor where you will find a further independent bathroom and large landing area and a sixth bedroom, which has stunning views towards Leith Hill.
Outside there is an attractive Indian Sandstone patio with a landscaped garden. A ‘double’ car barn is located opposite the property with an additional two parking spaces served by a shared ‘private’ access drive; Kings Arms Court.
This property has to be viewed to be truly appreciated, call today on 01306 877775
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