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Scotts Hill, Outwood, RH1

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Hamptons Sales, Caterham

Key features

  • Master bedroom with Dressing room
  • Two further bedrooms
  • Family bathroom & Downstairs shower room
  • Reception Hall
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen / Breakfast Room
  • Utility room
  • Family Area
  • Beautifully landscaped grounds of about 0.5 acres (0.2 Ha)

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

An attractive grade II listed period cottage situated in a semi-rural location surrounded by open countryside. The original property dates back to 1570 with later extensions in 2004 which won an award (Master Builder of the Year 2004 Regional winner; Category 2: Professional residential/domestic restoration, refurbishment or extension costing less than £100,000). The exposed timber beams that feature throughout the majority of the property greet you in the entrance hall and flow into a large double aspect living room that sets the tone for this home with its inglenook fireplace and log burner. Its generous proportions open onto the idyllic gardens, while an additional formal dining room with a slate tiled floor is an elegant place in which to entertain. Creating a great example of modern living in a period property, the tasteful open plan kitchen/breakfast room is fully fitted (excluding range cooker) with wraparound wood cabinets and sleek granite countertops that house a butler sink and an integrated dishwasher. An exposed brick alcove perfectly accommodates space for a range cooker, French doors make it easy to step outside, and the adjoining utility room has space for your laundry appliances. A highly stylish modern shower room completes the ground floor. The exposed timber beams continue upstairs in each of the three bedrooms. The double aspect main bedroom benefits from a wonderful vaulted ceiling and dressing room, while a third bedroom has the versatility to be a study area. The attractive family bathroom adds a final touch of luxury with its twin heritage basins and raised corner bath.


Set back from the road behind its gated driveway and high hedging, the tile hung facade with its covered doorway and tall chimney stack offer a picture perfect first impression, while a detached 6 car garage provides ample off-road parking. Bordered by a stunning selection of mature trees and shrubs the marvellous rear garden has something for everyone with a large brick paved patio for outdoor dining, a Victorian style greenhouse, vegetable garden and established lawns. A timber summerhouse and gazebo add a lovely space to entertain in the summer months. There are several timber outbuildings ideal for use as a home office, gym or workshop. In all the plot extends to about 0.5 acres (0.2 Ha).


The village, in addition to its historic windmill (the oldest working post mill in the country), has an attractive common surrounded by National Trust woodland, which is ideal for walking. The Marl Pond, St John's Church and a choice of three public houses are within walking distance of the property. Everyday shopping needs are catered for at Smallfield where there is also a primary school. Horley and Redhill have a good range of shops and
mainline stations. Nearby are a number of other schools in both the private and state sectors including The Hawthorns, Dunottar, Reigate Grammar, Caterham and Lingfield College. Gatwick is nearby and the M25 and M23 give easy access to the motorway network and Heathrow airport as well as the Channel Tunnel.

TRAIN SERVICES: Salfords Station is about 3.5 miles with services into London in about 50 minutes and Horley Station is 3.9 miles with faster direct services to London Victoria & London Bridge.

Additional Information

Detached Garage: 39'7 x 14'2. With two access points, power and light, Mezzanine floor providing storage.



Scotts Hill, Outwood, RH1


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Salfords Station2.6 miles
  • Nutfield Station2.8 miles
  • Horley Station2.9 miles
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Hamptons Sales, Caterham

29 Station Avenue, Caterham, CR3 6LB

Hamptons Sales, Caterham

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