This Victorian cottage once formed part of the original Dormans Park Hotel. The hotel itself was demolished in the 1960’s to create further homes in the park. The property is now presented to an exceptional standard and there is the benefit of gas fired central heating and double glazed windows. Particular features are the 7.8m drawing room with double doors to conservatory, contemporary 7.6m kitchen breakfast room, and principle bedroom with well-proportioned en-suite bathroom. Outside, there are level landscaped gardens, which include a brick driveway, giving access to a double garage, adjacent to the rear of the house.
Planning consent was granted in March 2020 by Tandridge district Council (Ref TA/2020/22) to extend the property. This is an opportunity for a buyer to create a new front elevation in keeping with the original house, thus enlarging the property on the ground and first floor.
-Entrance Hall, Staircase to first floor, door to Drawing room and door to:
-Utility Room, arranged as two areas, matching base and wall cupboards, equipment space, deep but- ler sink and door to garden.
-Drawing Room, a double aspect room, feature open fireplace with marble hearth, double doors to: -Conservatory, wonderful view over the gardens and paddocks beyond, double doors to terrace. -Family Room, double door to front garden
-Study/Occasional 4th Bedroom
-Spectacular Double Aspect Kitchen/Breakfast Room, comprehensive range of matching base and wall cupboards, also incorporating equipment space. Extensive granite working surfaces with inset stainless steel bowl. Central island with wine store, book shelves and deep pan drawers. Ceramic ‘stone’ effect tiled floor, double doors from breakfast area to front and separate door to rear garden.
-Principle Bedroom, inbuilt wardrobes, door to
-En-suite Bathroom/shower, white suite
-Bedroom 2, inbuilt wardrobes, Ensuite shower room, white suite -Bedroom 3, range of inbuilt wardrobes
-Family shower room, white suite
-Secluded lawned garden to the front with two seating areas, enjoying a South Westerly aspect, high laurel hedging.
-Wrought iron automatic gates, brick paved driveway providing parking and access to:
-Double garage, adjacent timber garden store.
-Expanse of lawn, two gravelled seating areas, mature laurel hedging and specimen trees. Delightful views over the adjacent countryside.
Hidden away in a ‘no through’ lane, the house backs directly onto paddocks, enjoying an open aspect to the rear, in this private park. The origins of Dormans Park date back to the 1800s. It originally comprised of over 200 acres of farmland and woodland. Following the arrival of the railway, with London just 28 miles away, it became a peaceful environment in which to live. Today, it offers an interesting variety of houses, both old and new, in tranquil surroundings.
The old market town of East Grinstead is about 2.5 miles away. Dormansland village is just over 1 mile with village store and pretty church, whilst Lingfield is about 2.5 miles offering local shopping facilities, the renowned Racecourse, and the highly regarded Lingfield College, an independent day school. For commuters, Dormans Station can be accessed via a footpath. For the international traveller, Gatwick airport is about 9 miles distant.
Council Tax Band G.