11 bedroom house for sale

The Barn, The Bungalow, The Dairy and The Annexe, Pendell Road, Bletchingley, Redhill

Guide Price £2,000,000

Property Description

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A rare opportunity to acquire three adjoining homes being a group of converted former farm buildings situated around three sides of a central courtyard. The barn and bungalow for occupation as private residential dwellings, planning consent Ref: 2019/914 has been granted by Tandridge District Council on the 1st August 2019 for the Dairy to be changed from bed & breakfast accommodation with an annual income of about £40,000 to class C3 (Dwelling).The annexe has been converted to residential accommodation and is shown on the planning application to comprise a studio, kitchen, bedroom and shower room.

The Barn - Master Bedroom with En-~Suite Bathroom, Four Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Galleried Sitting ~Room/Landing, Reception Hall, Shower/Cloak/Utility Room, Beautiful Galleried Drawing Room with Vaulted Ceiling, Dining Room, Well Appointed Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Bedroom 4/TV Room, Bedroom 5/Study, Oil Central Heating.

The Bungalow - Master Bedroom with Adjoining Bathroom, Three Further Bedrooms (Two to the First Floor with En-Suite Shower or Cloakroom), Sitting Room,Dining Room, Well-Appointed Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Oil Central Heating.

The Dairy - Two Bedrooms both with En-Suite Wet Rooms, Large Reception Room, Kitchen, Electric Heating.

The Annexe - Bedroom, Shower Room, Living Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room.

Outside - Courtyard Parking, Detached Garden Extending to about Three Quarters of an Acre.

Location - Situated in the green belt about a mile and a half to the south west of the village of Bletchingley. Within the village there are a few local shops, three public houses/restaurants, a medieval church, Bletchingley Golf Club and a recreation ground. Redhill which is about five miles for more comprehensive shopping facilities.

The Hawthorns Independent day prep school for girls and boys aged 2-13 adjoins Pendell Farm, Bletchingley also has its own village primary school, other schools in Merstham, Redhill and Caterham.

Stations in London from Merstham, Redhill and Caterham. M25 junction 6 at Godstone provides connections to other motorway networks, the Dartford River Crossing, Bluewater Shopping Centre, the Channel Tunnel, the South Coast and Gatwick and Heathrow Airports.

Description - A small complex of former farm buildings now converted to provide three individual and distinctly different dwellings which are set around three sides of a cobbled courtyard, the fourth side being an additional family home.

The Barn: As you would expect has all the character of a barn conversion with timber clad elevations on a stone plinth under a slate roof. There are a number of gargoyles to the corner of the roof slopes and deep windows to the front and back of the main reception room.

The Bungalow: Converted from the original farm buildings to a part two storey but mainly single storey home with one end having consent for a disabled person's annexe. The bungalow is now used as one dwelling. The elevations are mainly stone under a tiled roof with a number of roof lights and two dormer windows.

The Dairy: Planning consent has been granted for the use of The Dairy for Bed & Breakfast accommodation from an original workshop, there is still a small workshop to one end. Elevations are brick and stone under a tiled roof. The current Bed & Breakfast generates an annual income of about £40,000.

A planning application has been made to Tandridge District Council to all The Dairy to be occupied as a private residential dwelling.

The Annexe: Attached to The Dairy, has been converted to a small split level apartment although no planning consent has been obtained for this use. The building was converted about nine years ago. Interested parties are recommended to seek their own planning advice as to its continued use.

Briefly the accommodation comprises:

The Barn - GROUND FLOOR:

Entrance Porch: With oak door opening to the:

Reception Hall: With terracotta tiled floor, wall light points. Ornamental and attractive fire place with stone surround. Feature leaded light window overlooking the drawing room.

Shower/Cloak/Utility Room: With shower cubicle, WC, and Butlers ceramic sink. Plumbing for washing machine and space for other appliances.

Drawing Room: A beautiful double aspect room with full height windows to the front and back and vaulted ceiling. There are two flights of stairs to the first floor.

Dining Room: A slightly L-shaped room.

Well Appointed Kitchen/Breakfast Room: Fully fitted with granite work surfaces with drawers and cupboards under and wall cupboards over. Built in appliances include a double oven and grill, ceramic hob, dishwasher and space for fridge/freezer. Single drainer one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit, deep store cupboard under stairs. Door to covered side store area.

Bedroom 4/TV Room: A double aspect room.

Bedroom 5/Study

FIRST FLOOR

The main stairs lead to a

Sitting Area/Landing: Overlooking the drawing room and with door to:

Master Bedroom: A double aspect room with deep wardrobe cupboard and vaulted boarded ceiling.

En-Suite Bathroom: With roll top bath with ball and claw feet, WC, hand basin and bidet.

The second stairs lead to a

Landing:

Bedroom 2: A double aspect room with vaulted ceiling.

Bedroom 3:

Family Bathroom: With enclosed bath, WC and hand basin.

Outside:

Parking: The central courtyard allows for the parking of several vehicles in conjunction with the occupiers of The Bungalow and The Dairy.

SERVICES

Mains water and electricity are connected.
Private drainage system.
Oil Central Heating

Floor Plan:

For identification purposes only and not to scale.

The Bungalow - GROUND FLOOR

Central Entrance Hall: With double oak doors.

Large walk in wardrobe/dressing room with clothes hanging space and cupboards, one with hot water cylinder

Spacious Sitting Room: With vaulted timbered ceiling with double glazed Velux windows. Stone surround and hearth to fireplace with fitted log burning stove. Door to inner hall.

Dining Room: With a stone surround to fireplace.

Well Appointed Kitchen/Breakfast Room: With range of granite work tops, large peninsular work surface with drawers and cupboards under, wall cupboards. Built in appliances including full height fridge and freezer, double oven, five ring hob, extractor hood and dishwasher. Space for table and chairs, door to staircase hall.

Utility Room: With single drainer single bowl stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for a washing machine and space for other appliances.

Inner Hall:

Bedroom 1: With vaulted timbered ceiling and some exposed painted stonework.

Bathroom: With enclosed bath, shower cubicle, WC, bidet and hand basin.

Bedroom 2: Off the entrance hall with some exposed painted stonework.

Staircase Hall: With stairs to the first floor.

Cloakroom: With WC, hand basin and recess under the stairs.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing: With fitted shelves and wardrobe cupboards, Sloping timber panelled ceiling.

Bedroom 3: With sloping timber panelled ceilings and eaves storage cupboards.

En-Suite Shower Room: With shower cubicle, WC and hand basin.

Bedroom 4: With sloping timber panelled ceiling sand eaves storage cupboards.

En-Suite Cloakroom: With WC and hand basin.

OUTSIDE

Parking: The central courtyard allows parking for several vehicles in conjunction with the occupiers of The Barn and The Dairy.

SERVICES

Mains water and electricity are connected.
Private drainage system.
Oil central heating (Underfloor electric heating to the kitchen/breakfast room and bathroom).

Floor Plan

For identification purposes only and not to scale.

The Dairy - GROUND FLOOR

Double doors open from the courtyard to the

Entrance Hall: With brick floor and double doors to the

Reception Room: With parquet flooring, pine clad ceiling, stone surround to a corner fireplace with log burning stove.

Kitchen: Fitted with granite work surfaces, electric hob, oven and extractor fan. Stainless steel bowl, wall shelves and cupboards, parquet flooring.

Bedroom 1: An L-shaped room with parquet flooring and pine clad ceiling. Door to

En-Suite Wet Room: With walk in shower, WC and hand basin.

Bedroom 2: An L-shaped room with parquet flooring and pine clad ceiling. Door to

En-Suite Wet Room: With walk in shower, WC and hand basin.

OUTSIDE

Workshop with light and power - Boiler room.

The Annexe - Attached to The Dairy and to The Barn, used as a self-contained apartment although planning consent has not been granted for conversion. The accommodation at present comprises:

GROUND FLOOR

Door to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: With built in electric hob, oven and extractor hood, single drainer single bowl stainless steel sink unit and plumbing for washing machine.

Sitting Room: With parquet floor, stairs to the first floor and store room.

FIRST FLOOR

Stairs to a Half Landing off which is the

Shower Room: With shower, WC and hand basin.

The stairs continue and lead into a

Bedroom: With wardrobe and eaves cupboard.

The Garden And Grounds - Situated about fifty yards from the properties is an area extending to about three quarters of an acre which includes a small paddock with post and rail fencing. Additional parking, a partly built oriental style garden room, two sheds and a bar-be-que.

Energy Performance - All properties are rated E.

Route To View - From Bletchingley High Street proceed on the A25 towards Redhill. At the top of the High Street pass the Red Lion on your right and then turn right shortly after into Little Common Lane. Continue for about a mile when you will be in Pendell Road. Pass the first entrance to The Hawthorns School, when the road bears round to the left. Take the right hand turn which is a second entrance to The Hawthorns School, turn immediately left and then immediately right. Take the first drive leading to Pendell Stables and then the first drive on the left into the courtyard.

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  • Nutfield (1.9 mi)
  • Redhill (2.3 mi)
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