3 bedroom apartment for saleThe Red House, Brick Kiln Lane, Oxted
- Duplex Apartment With Private Entrance
- Period House Conversion
- Sought after Location
- Master En Suite
- Guest En Suite & Third Bedroom
- Lounge, Dining Room & Kitchen
- Shower Room, Utility, Cloakroom
- Detached Double Garage & Parking
- Private Garden, Courtyard & Communal Gardens
- EPC: D
Offering a sympathetic blend of contemporary design with Arts & Crafts vernacular, this light and spacious home is stylishly presented throughout and in excellent decorative order. Situated in a most peaceful yet not isolated locale within The Chart, the apartment occupies a significant portion of the ground and lower ground floors of a most handsome red brick house dating back to the 1880s, designed by Sir Mervyn Edmund Macartney. Accessed via its own gated, private courtyard entrance, the accommodation offers predominantly single storey living with inherent overall flexibility. The apartment enjoys the additional benefit of its own private garden area with a generous paved terrace - perfect for al fresco entertaining - and an adjacent, detached double garage with parking.
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