An attractive equestrian property with stabling, manège and approximately 9.3 acres

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This is an attractive residence offering flexible accommodation arranged over two floors and, while in need of some cosmetic modernisation, offers the purchaser an ideal opportunity to create a stunning family home incorporating a self-contained annexe if required.

The ground floor accommodation flows from a welcoming reception hall and comprises a dual aspect reception room with large exposed beam and feature exposed brick fireplace and a spacious kitchen with a range of wall and base units including a breakfast bar, a door to the rear garden and a neighbouring fitted utility room with a door to a well-proportioned kitchen with integrated appliances. Accessible from the kitchen/office and from a separate entrance door and inner hallway, the ground floor accommodation is completed by a further wing providing a spacious triple aspect reception room with exposed beams and French doors to the side terrace, a generous double bedroom and a large fully-tiled en suite bathroom with bath and separate walk-in shower, also accessible in a Jack and Jill formation from the hallway, the whole suitable for use as a self-contained annexe if required.

On the first floor is a large principal bedroom and the property’s remaining double bedroom, one having a feature exposed brick open fireplace, together with a third fully-tiled family bathroom.

Was once configured as two separate dwellings and is now used as one.

This property has 9.3 acres of land.

Outside

The property is approached over a wide private drive that sub-divides- one one leading to the house, the other to the stables. There is parking for multiple vehicles. The stable yard has two detached stable blocks separated by hardstanding, a separate parking area and a path to the all-weather manège and paddocks one with a field shelter.

In total there are 7 timber loose boxes, feed room/further loose box, hay store, tack room and pigeon loft. There is also a timber jump shed, timber field shelter and 2 timber tractor/equipment sheds, an extensive show jumping, training and schooling area. A full range of show jumps are also stored. The hilly terrain is ideal for fittening/training. Central to the property is a first class 60m x 20m rubber surfaced arena and an equestrian cross country course.

The formal garden surrounding the property is laid mainly to level lawn and well-stocked shrub beds interspersed with paved paths and features paved terraces to the side and rear aspects, both ideal for entertaining. The whole enjoys far-reaching views over the property’s land of stock-fenced paddocks and area of light woodland and Corsican Pine stand, to rolling countryside beyond.

Wayleaves and easements: the property is sold subject to any wayleaves or easements, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Situation

Set in the rolling countryside of the Low Weald in the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Weald is a pretty village with a village green and a good selection of dayto- day amenities including a community shop, café, church, public house, Giacomo's Itailian restaurant, garage and popular primary school.

SETRA Toll ride scheme offers off road riding, byways, bridleways, all around Weald village. Sevenoaks Riding Club Training Ground (including cross-country and show jumping courses) and Knole Park are both within 2 miles and extensive bridleways to Ightham Mote, Godden Green, Bitchet Green and Underriver - and in easy reach of a number of cross-country training grounds.

Nearby Hildenborough offers a good selection of local shopping and sporting facilities including Nizels Golf Club with its private health/fitness centre and Hilden Golf and Fitness Centre. Sevenoaks provides a comprehensive selection of shops, restaurants and supermarkets and the 1,000-acre Knole Park. There is also golf at Knole and Wildernesse and cricket at The Vine.

Communications links are excellent: Sevenoaks station provides frequent services to London Bridge and Charing Cross and the property also enjoys excellent links to the motorway network via the A21, A25 and M25 for London and the coast.

The area is renown for the selection and quality of schools both in the private and state sectors. There are a number of notable private schools in the area including, Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Benenden. Grammar schools operate in the county.

Directions

A21 Sevenoaks Bypass (Morley's Roundabout) 0.4 mile, Hildenborough and station 2.5 miles (London Charing Cross 41 minutes), Sevenoaks 2.7 miles, Sevenoaks station 3.4 miles (London Cannon Street 33 minutes, London Charing Cross 36 minutes), London Gatwick Airport 26.6, London 36.5 miles

From Strutt & Parker’s Sevenoaks office, head south on High Street (A225) and after 2.2 miles bear right onto Riverhill to stay on A225. At Morleys Roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Morleys Road and after 0.2 mile Hillanvale Farm can be found on the right-hand side.

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Other features

  • Attractive property
  • Equestrian property
  • Stable yard
  • Two detached stables
  • All weather manege
  • Paddocks with field shelter
  • In all 9.3 acres

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Ref: SVN210091

Morleys Road, Weald Sevenoaks TN14

Guide Price
£1,350,000

Ref: SVN210091

Morleys Road, Weald Sevenoaks TN14

Guide Price
£1,350,000