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The Old Rectory is an impressive detached period family house, fronting onto the delightful Buckland village green. Over the years the property has been beautifully updated to conform to the needs of modern day living maintaining immense character including numerous fireplaces, original sash and casement windows, a fabulous Georgian style staircase and galleried landing, ornate moulded cornices, dado rails and picture rails. There is a spacious kitchen/breakfast room and modernised bathroom suites. A particularly attractive feature to the property is the garden room, which has a lovely vaulted ceiling and has a "New England" architectural theme. The property sits well back from the lane with a gravelled driveway and is set in stunning and well-stocked circa 1.25 acre gardens, which includes a hard tennis court. There is also a detached, single storey self-contained one bedroom cottage annexe and a detached double garage.
The property lies within the conservation area of the delightful village of Buckland, which is centered around a pretty village green with pond and adjacent village church. It offers an ideal opportunity for village living within easy
commuting distance of London. The village has a small shop, public house and hairdresser with the adjacent village of Betchworth having three public houses, a primary school, post office and a railway station (1 mile). There are frequent train services to London Bridge and Victoria from Redhill and services also to London via Reigate and Dorking Stations ( Victoria & Waterloo). There is another station at Betchworth which has services from Reading to Redhill. The nearby towns of Reigate and Dorking (about 3 and 4 miles respectively) both provide a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities. Road communications are excellent with access to the M25 at J9 (Leatherhead) via the A24 or J8 (Reigate) via the A217.
Large Dining Hall
Dressing Room/Bedroom Two Bathrooms
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