£1,290,000 Sold

Partridge Lane, Newdigate, Dorking, Surrey, RH5

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  • Bedroom(s): 4
  • Reception Room(s): 3
  • Bathroom(s): 1

Newdigate Village 3 miles, Dorking and Reigate 9 Miles, M25 (Reigate Hill) 9.5 miles, Gatwick 4.5 miles.

A Grade II listed 16th Century farmhouse (formerly a hall house) is the principal residence of this well tended grass farm of approximately 77 acres. There is also a detached period barn, which is also Grade II listed and of similar age for which planning consent has been granted for conversion into a two bedroom dwelling. The principal house has been carefully enhanced and updated to provide a comfortable family home with excellent room sizes and, unusually for a period house, plenty of natural light. Many wonderful original features remain including two fine inglenook fireplaces, one with an oak bressumer spanning approximately 8ft. In the dining room there is some most unusual original panelling, and of course throughout the property a wealth of exposed timbers. On the first floor the current arrangement gives three large double bedrooms, and there is an extremely large landing which is used as an occasional bedroom, which is capable of being partitioned. A pull-down ladder leads to an extensive loft, part of which has been converted into a room. This also offers considerable scope subject to planning and listed building consent. The kitchen has recently been replaced and has Shaker style units, and the leaded light windows have secondary glazing. There is oil fired central heating with a recently replaced oil tank. Immediately surrounding the house is a beautiful mature garden of approximately one acre in which are two natural ponds. Immediately to the South of the house is a "home paddock" of approximately 5 acres. The rest of the land amounting to 72 acres lies principally to the South and East of the house, and is in a useful parcel with easy access from and frontage to Partridge Lane.

THE FARMHOUSE : Entrance lobby with cloakroom with a WC and hand basin.

DRAWING ROOM : with large inglenook fireplace with Horsham stone hearth, salt niches and oak bressumer.

DINING ROOM : a triple aspect room with original oak panelling on one wall.

FURTHER ENTRANCE HALL : with understairs cupboard and quarry tiled floor.

COVERED PORCH : with log store.

LIVING ROOM : with storage cupboard.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM : with recently fitted range of Shaker style base and wall units, Neff ceramic hob, Stoves double oven, wide inglenook fireplace (8ft approx), with oak bressumer, salt niche, quarry tiled floor.

FIRST FLOOR : landing with BEDROOM AREA and a wonderful array of exposed timbers, airing cupboard (this area could be sub-divided to create a completely independent bedroom if required subject to planning and building regulations consent).


A pull-down ladder leads to an extensive loft, part of which is converted into a room. This area gives ample scope for further accommodation (subject to planning consent and listed building consent).

THE GARDEN : surrounds the property and has many mature specimen shrubs, trees and fruit trees. There are two natural ponds, summerhouse, a greenhouse and a practical well. Beyond hedging is an extensive vegetable garden with fruit trees.

THE PERIOD BARN : this is a Grade II listed building with planning consent for conversion into a two bedroom house. The barn has a most attractive beamed structure, and behind the barn is a lean-to pole barn, a and to one side a lean-to garage (this forms part of the consent). There is also consent for the erection of two double garages opposite the barn, one for the house and one for the barn.

AGRICULTURAL OUTBUILDINGS : these comprise a modern four bay and six bay steel frame barn. There is also close to the driveway entrance a large timber barn in a poor state of repair.

THE LAND : comprises a "home paddock" of approximately 5 acres and a further 72 acres of well tended pasture with a small amount of edge woodland. There is access over a hard track adjoining the farmhouse to the fields, and a further access point from Partridge Lane over concreted track leading to the further fields. There is a right of way for British Airports Authority over this concreted road to access lighting equipment in connection with Gatwick Airport. There is also a public footpath traversing the fields.


  • 3 Good Reception
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Utility Lobby
  • Cloakroom
  • 3/4 Bedrooms
  • Loft Room
  • Bathroom
  • Barn for Conversion
  • 3 Agricultural Barns
  • 77 Acres
  • Grassland

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