Crutchfield Lane, Hookwood, Horley, Surrey, RH6 0HT | Property for sale | Savills
503.07 sq m
Guide price £2,800,000(170,079,921 EGP)

Crutchfield LaneHookwood, Horley, Surrey, RH6 0HT


    Key features

    • A substantial family home with additional two bedroom attached annexe accommodation.
    • Mature grounds amounting to about 4.29 acres between the market towns of Reigate and Horley.
    • A wonderful Grade II listed, character home with balanced accommodation over three floors plus substantial cellars.
    • An rural location with access to the commute from a number of local stations.
    • A home that has evolved over several hundred years to create a wonderful blend styles.
    • Very well positioned for a number of popular Surrey schools.

    Beautiful and substantial family house in this rural setting, providing about 5,415 sq ft of accommodation in all of about 4.29 acres with tennis court and swimming pool.

    About this property

    • Wrays is a beautiful family home with a fabulous history. The original house is believed to date back to the 16th century with later additions including a substantial Victorian portion which blends seamlessly with the original house, whilst maintaining their individual style and character.

      The accommodation in the main house is arranged over three floors to provide approximately 5,415 sq ft of accommodation with the annexe adding a further 672 sq ft and the cellars a further 1,900 sq ft bringing the total to about 7,987.

      The property is Grade II listed and the main house is arranged as six bedrooms and five bathrooms, with five reception rooms on the ground floor as shown in the floor plan. The property has been sensitively and meticulously maintained and updated to provide a comfortable blend of high quality modern fittings with the fabulous character details.

      The annexe can be accessed internally and separately from the front and provides flexibility as additional accommodation or perhaps for home working. There is one double bedroom, a twin bedroom, a separate kitchen and bathroom, all laid out over one level.

      Externally the property sits in about 4.29 acres of mature gardens and paddocks which has gorgeous rural views across adjoining land. The swimming pool and tennis court are both positioned at the rear of the garden.
      The property is accessed via a driveway to a large shingle private forecourt where there is parking for a number of vehicles.

      Please note the property has private drainage.

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    This home is a beautiful example of two different generations of building carefully blended to form a magnificent home. To find this set in mature grounds, in a rural position, close to local market towns and an easy commute to London is a rare find.

    David ReynoldsProperty agent

    Local information

    • Wrays occupies a beautiful semi-rural position looking out across adjoining countryside about four miles south of Reigate and about two miles west of Horley and all that these two popular market towns have to offer.
    • Reigate offers an impressive range of shops and services in the best tradition of English rural communities. The picturesque streets have a delightfully modern, cosmopolitan feel where independent boutiques rub shoulders with popular high street stores. Reigate Priory Park offers many acres of open parkland and excellent facilities including tennis courts, Skate Park and The Pavilion cafe. Horley town has a good range of local facilities including a large Waitrose and Collingwood Batchellor, a thriving traditional department store.
    • There are a number of stations that could provide direct access into London on Southern or Thameslink services. Horley to London Bridge is approximately 36 minutes and 34 minutes into Victoria, Redhill is approximately 38 minutes into Victoria and 31 minutes into London Bridge and Gatwick is approximately 30 minutes into both Victoria and London Bridge. Both the M25 and M23 motorways are easily accessible with links to London, the South coast, and the wider motorway network.
    • The surrounding area is particularly well served with state and independent schools for all ages. These include St. Mary's Prep School, Micklefield, Copthorne Preparatory School, Horley Infant School, Redehall, Reigate Priory, Reigate Secondary School, Oakwood Secondary School, the Royal Alexandra & Albert School, Dunnottar, Reigate Grammar and Reigate College.
    • Recreational opportunities in the area include golf at a number of local clubs including Gatton Manor, Dorking and Betchworth Park. There are Rugby clubs at both Dorking and Reigate and exceptional access to superb walking, cycling and hacking across the whole area. Reigate also offers a range of sporting facilities including two football clubs, Reigate Priory Cricket Club along with tennis, bowls and squash clubs.
    • Please note all distances and timings are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G