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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Wheelers Lane, Brockham, Betchworth, Surrey

Sold STC £1,395,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Generous reception hall & cloakroom
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Kitchen & Laundry room
  • 5 bedrooms
  • Bathroom & separate WC
  • Double garage & adjacent stores
  • Studio/garden room
  • Summerhouse & Swimming pool
  • Beautiful garden and Paddock
  • In all, about 1.1 acres

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A wonderful Grade II Listed period home in superb village setting.

This beautiful and historic house dates originallly to the late 16th Century. The property, which has been enlarged in subsequent years, has all the classic hallmarks of a fine period property, including numerous exposed timbers, leaded light windows, traditional fireplaces and a fine Inglenook fireplace to the drawing room.

The accommodation is spacious and versatile and many of the rooms enjoy a bright, open aspect over the property's established grounds and in a south westerly direction over picturesque open countryside. The accommodation briefly comprises; entrance porch with oak front door leading to a good size reception hall. The drawing room and dining room are particularly attractive and there is a sitting/breakfast room leading off the kitchen. From the dining room, access is gained to the laundry room and cloakroom. To the first floor, there are five bedrooms together with a family bathroom. The master bedroom is particularly impressive with lovely far-reaching views.

Noys End is being offered to the market for the first time since the late 1950s and although in need of modernisation, some improvements have been carried out over the years including the installation of a modern central heating system using authentic cast iron column radiators. Subject to the necessary planning and Listed building consents, Noys End offers considerable potential to further enhance this superb period house.

A report carried out in the 1980s by the Domestic Buildings Research Group provides an interesting analysis of the history of Noys End. A copy can be shown upon request.
The grounds are a particularly attractive feature of Noys End having been lovingly maintained over many years. The gardens are laid out in a traditional English country cottage style with generously stocked flowerbeds and borders, well tended level lawns and a number of established trees, particularly at the northern end of the grounds adjacent to the paddock. A mature hedge runs along the boundary with Wheelers Lane where there is a small gate located with access on to Wheelers Lane. A split 5-bar gate leads to parking in front of the detached double garage. The double garage has two adjacent stores, and behind the garage there is a large studio/garden room. Beyond the studio/garden room, there is a swimming pool which is protected on two sides by a mature yew hedge. The boiler house with gas boiler is located adjacent to the side entrance porch next to the kitchen. In all, the grounds extend to about 1.1 acres.

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Added on Rightmove:
09 November 2016

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