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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Clayhall Lane, Reigate

Withdrawn from Market £1,395,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Fabulous Grade II listed barn conversion
  • Dating back to 1610
  • 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms
  • Wealth of natural light from array of external windows
  • Stunning vaulted & beamed ceiling
  • Secluded & private walled garden
  • Council Tax Band 'H' (£3,395.82 p.a)
  • Living Space 3,163 Sq Ft
  • Max broadband speed 76 Mbps

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Location Reigate provides a comprehensive range of shops and boutiques including M&S Simply Food and Laura Ashley. There are also a good number of cafes and coffee shops including Costa and Cafe Nero. Local restaurants include Pizza Express, Carluccios, Cote, La Barbe and The Dining Room. Reigate Priory Park offers many acres of open parkland and excellent facilities including tennis courts, skate park and The Pavilion cafe.

The house is ideally located for the commuter with both Reigate and Redhill stations being within a short drive, providing connections to London Bridge and London Victoria. The M25 Junction 8 is around three miles to the north with links to London and the wider motorway network. For the frequent air traveller Gatwick Airport is around 8 miles distant whilst Heathrow Airport is within 30 miles.

The town is particularly well served with state and independent schools for all ages.

There is excellent walking on the doorstep across open countryside with further wonderful walks and riding locally on Reigate Hill, Reigate Heath and The North Downs Way, with a livery yard on the doorstep. For golfers nearby courses include Reigate Heath, Walton Heath and the RAC Club at Epsom. There is also an array of sports clubs available in the town; Rugby, Lawn Tennis, Cricket and Bowls. 

Clayhall Barn is an exceptional example of a beautifully and meticulously, converted barn. Dating back to 1610 the barn was deconstructed and totally rebuilt with a wonderful attention to detail. The Oak beams have all been stripped, sandblasted, shot and treated and the property was issued with a 10 year NHBC in 1999.

The front door opens to reveal a simply fabulous beamed and vaulted central heart of the barn, currently utilised as a stunning dining hall with double doors opening onto the walled garden to the rear. There is also a wonderfully cosy seating area, around a gas log burner within the open plan reception space. The hallway also has a cloakroom and large cloaks cupboard.

The kitchen/breakfast room has been comprehensively fitted with a bespoke Oak kitchen, complemented by beautiful granite work surfaces and flagstone floor, with ample space for both a dining and further seating area around a gas log burner. Within the kitchen there is space for a range style cooker whilst integrated appliances include a microwave, fridge and dishwasher. The good sized utility/boot room provides lots of further storage, tumble dryer, plumbing for a washing machine and a stable door gives access to the garden.

Further accommodation on the ground floor comprises of three good sized double bedrooms, one with the benefit of an ensuite bathroom and dressing area. The family bathroom consists of a bath, separate shower cubicle, wash basin, WC and heated towel rail.

The imposing Oak staircase leads from the entrance hall to the very impressive galleried landing above and the superb drawing room where a Jøtul multi fuel stove creates a focal point amidst the plethora of beams and magnificent vaulted ceiling.

The galleried landing leads across to the master bedroom suite which comprises a bathroom, dressing room and delightful master bedroom with vaulted ceiling and impressive views over the open countryside. A minstrels gallery above the master bedroom is currently utilised as a home office and approached via a secret cupboard door in the dressing room.

The property is approached via an electric gate and has ample parking on the gravel courtyard to the front of the property, in addition to a double car barn. The rear garden is predominantly walled and has been sympathetically landscaped to create a fitting back drop to this superb barn, whilst offering a high degree of seclusion.  

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
08 November 2016


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