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6 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Lawbrook Lane, Peaslake, Guildford, Surrey

Guide Price £2,000,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast/family room
  • 5 Double bedrooms (all with en-suite bath/shower rooms)
  • Office/bedroom 6
  • Garage/Driveway parking
  • Courtyard and gardens

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

It was built originally as a Victorian farm stead and used as a granary store and for grain drying up until the 1970s The property is part of Lane End Farm circa 1850 once owned by the Cubitt Estate. It was built originally as a Victorian farmstead and used as a granary store and for grain drying up until the 1970s. The original wheel for hoisting sacks is beautifully preserved and has been reclaimed making up an impressive chandelier within the main barn.

Period features, such as high timber vaulted ceilings and walls have been sympathetically renovated to keep the original character of the barn. Oak flooring has been sensitively added throughout the reception rooms. Natural light flows in abundance via several floor to ceiling and arch style double glazed windows. All rooms overlook the Quad style courtyard garden, with the drawing/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and master bedroom opening directly onto this area.

The drawing/dining room offers expansive, dramatic living space with two mezzanines providing further reception areas. Bespoke joinery is beautifully demonstrated by the two oak staircases. The kitchen/breakfast room is vast in size with period beams
combining elegantly with the modern features such as skylights and the high specification, Roundhouse kitchen underfloor heating, granite work surfaces and contemporary decor.

The property accommodates four large, double bedrooms (all en suite). A separate annexe is situated to the north aspect of the Quad as well as a separate office.

The property is situated between the idyllic villages of Peaslake and Shere, 1 mile and 1.7 miles respectively. Peaslake as a hamlet, lies within the ancient parish of Shere. Set within the Surrey Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) with a picturesque stream weaving through the village, Peaslake offers local amenities including a country pub, village shop with a Post Office
and tea shop and a renowned bicycle shop. Perfectly positioned for the Olympic cycle route enthusiast as well as the family cyclist.

Shere is a quintessential English village within exquisite countryside which includes the wooded Vale of Holmesdale, between the North Downs and Greensand Ridge.

The 12th century church, The Dabbling Duck Tearoom, The White Horse and William Bray country pubs create a charming village centre. The River Tillingbourne flows gently nearby and joins the River Wey at Guildford and is renowned for its tranquillity and scenic walks.

Both villages and the breath-taking surrounding countryside are ideal for walking, cycling and riding. Miles of undulating countryside and historic woodland provide endless opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast.

Dorking town centre is about 6 miles away and has a variety of local shops, restaurants and coffee shops. Other recreational facilities include, Dorking Halls Theatre and Leisure Complex. Further leisure facilities in the locality include golf at Gatton Manor Golf and Leisure Venue.

For more extensive facilities, the historic regional centre of Guildford is readily accessible and offers an eclectic range of high street and independent shops, restaurants and entertainment, including The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Electric Theatre and G Live.
Outstanding sporting facilities are available at The Guildford Spectrum and Surrey Sports Park.

There are excellent schools in the immediate area in both the state and private sector and include Peaslake, Belmont, Cranleigh,
Charterhouse, Duke of Kent, Hurtwood House, St Catherine’s, Cranmore, Royal Grammar School, Guildford High School and Tormead.

East Barn is approached via a spacious driveway with ample parking for several cars, with borders and a lawn framing the length of the property. A double barn style garage sits discreetly to the right. A harmonious brick wall from the property to the garage marries perfectly with the brick aspects of the barn. A covered entrance to the western aspect provides access to the gardens.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
07 July 2016

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