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An imposing family home set in five acres of gardens and grounds, offering equestrian facilities, indoor swimming pool and a completely self-contained annexe.
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Built in the early twentieth century by the famous architect, Blunden Shadbolt, to his usual Arts & Crafts style with oak beams in parts and even part of the captain's cabin door from an ancient galleon. The spacious entrance hall leads into the principal reception rooms and the downstairs cloakroom. The dining room is a delightful triple aspect room with an inglenook fireplace and wealth of exposed beams. The kitchen breakfast room has been opened up to make a fantastic space and benefits from granite worktops, central island and a large living area. From the kitchen, a small lobby leads through to the generous living room, with a double aspect and feature log burning stove. Double doors open into the conservatory, which offers a substantial further reception space and leads onto the leisure facilities.
Stairs rise to the first floor where there is a beautiful refitted family bathroom and a superb master bedroom suite with a triple aspect, dressing room and en suite bath and shower room. Bedroom two is a charming triple aspect room with a recessed window seat overlooking the garden, whilst bedroom three is also a large double room with an en suite cloakroom.
Although near the main house, having an in-and-out driveway means the annexe can be accessed without driving past the main house. The annexe offers excellent additional living space with a vaulted living area and cast iron stove, large well-appointed kitchen breakfast room and modern ground floor bathroom if one level living is required. Floor to ceiling windows and doors lead out to the garden, whilst one of the two staircases leads to the vaulted master bedroom, with its wall of glass overlooking the garden and adjacent shower room. The second staircase leads to a mezzanine level which would make a great study, but has been used in the past as sleeping accommodation.
The indoor leisure facilities offer a large games room with adjacent sauna and shower room, leading through to the impressive vaulted indoor swimming pool with sliding doors out to two adjacent sun terraces and a home gym. The gardens and grounds extend to approximately 5 acres. There is a large flagstone terrace adjacent to the house providing an ideal entertaining space. The formal lawned garden beyond this leads to a decked barbeque and seating area that blends into the trees and creates a totally private and peaceful retreat. The equestrian facilities comprise a circa 2.5 acre paddock and 2 stables with a tack room. To the front of the property, a large sweeping in-and-out brick paved driveway with electric gates at either end provides ample off road parking, leading past the front of the house and to the double garage and detached annexe.
The property is situated in a semi-rural position on the north-eastern side of the popular village of Copthorne, close to open fields and countryside and within a short drive of the village and local amenities including a number of excellent schools, sports club, golf course and the famous Lingfield Racecourse. The market town of East Grinstead, offering comprehensive shopping facilities and mainline railway station with services to East Croydon and London is approximately 3 miles distance.
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