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Beautiful Four Bedroom Stable Conversion at the Foot of Box Hill
Hall Stables lies in the centre of the highly sought after village of Mickleham, at the foot of beautiful Box Hill. Mickleham is a 500 year old village with plenty of history and an established friendly village community. Mickleham Village is equidistant from the towns of Dorking and Leatherhead. The village, which featured in the Domesday book, features a part Saxon church, said to be one of the oldest churches in the South of England. It also has a well regarded independent Day and Boarding school, local post office, shop and a popular hostelry. More comprehensive shopping facilities can be found in Dorking and Leatherhead. Box Hill and Norbury Park are within walking distance for those who enjoy the countryside and there are super golf courses a short drive away. The village is located just off the A24 providing excellent links to the M25 and A3. It is approximately 35 minutes from Gatwick and the same from Heathrow. There are many train stations nearby - one at Box Hill, two at Dorking (with trains heading to London or Reading) and one at Leatherhead.
Originally the stables and coachman's cottage for Michleham Hall this brilliantly realised home provides an amazing full height, open plan drawing room at the heart of the house which can be looked down on from a galleried area off the first floor family room. The drawing room features a large curved bar, deep inglenook fireplace with rotating spit and a hydraulic lift down into the cellar. Off the drawing room is the breakfast room with beautiful vaulted ceiling and Japanese style bridge leading over a 'pond' into the central courtyard. A sauna and Jacuzzi room complete this area of the house.
A solid oak staircase leads up the first floor galleried family room where steps lead to the master bedroom suite comprising central dressing area, large en suite bathroom steam room and the master bedroom itself. This room is in the clock tower and contains the workings of the well maintained clock which dates from 1790 and benefits from an automatic winding system. Another feature of note is a switch which allows the bath to be filled whilst you remain in bed! The main entrance is on the left of the property and opens onto an oak panelled hallway with cloakroom. The hallway in turn opens onto connecting sitting and dining rooms with a central 'island' feature fireplace and the kitchen which leads to an enclosed courtyard. A staircase from the hall leads to three further bedrooms and family bathroom. Please note there is no access into the adjoining first floor family room. The central courtyard is owned by the house but right of way has been given for two neighbours, a double garage is also owned by the house.
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Entrance hall, access to cellar, kitchen, three reception rooms, sauna and Jacuzzi.
Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, galleried office area and family room.
Plan shown is for information only and is not to scale.
Energy Efficiency Rating E
Strictly by appointment with our joint agents John D Wood Cobham.
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