Partridge Lane, Newdigate, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 5EE | Property for sale | Savills
42 Ac(17 Ha)
Guide price £2,500,000(€2,850,528)

Partridge LaneNewdigate, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 5EE

  • Sale Agreed
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Available as a whole or in separate lots
  • 5 bedroom farmhouse
  • 2 bed cottage & 1 bed bothy
  • Office and function room
  • Barns and internal stable yard
  • About 42 acres
  • Equestrian arena

Former dairy and arable farm presented as a compact estate with extensive equestrian and ancillary facilities. Available as a whole or in lots.

About this property

  • Originally forming part of Cudworth Manor, Oak Lane Farm was a dairy and arable farm, which is now principally arranged as a compact estate with extensive equestrian and ancillary facilities, and is being bought to the market for the first time in 50 years.

    The estate is approached along a private driveway from Partridge Lane. The farmhouse is arranged over two floors to provide 2285 square feet of living accommodation arranged on the ground floor as three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room and cloakroom. On the first floor four bedrooms, dressing room/bedroom five and family bathroom. To the rear there are landscaped gardens.

    A detached cottage arranged over two floors to provide 1012 square feet of accommodation. On the ground floor there is a reception room, kitchen, utility and shower room. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a bathroom.

    A guest cottage arranged over two floors to provide 615 square feet of one bedroom accommodation with a southerly facing block paved terrace overlooking the fields to the rear.

    The office complex provides 590 sq ft split into reception, two offices and two bathrooms.

    Attached to the barn and providing 929 square feet of function room with associated storage and changing rooms.

    Beyond the main farmhouse the driveway leads round to the central stable yard that is surrounded by ancillary buildings and include a three bay car port attached, three substantial barns and a coach house/4th barn that amount to 12 stables, 6 stalls, 2 tack rooms and enclosed stores. The main barn has doors to the rear leading directly to the flood-lit equestrian arena measuring 228' x 114'/69.5m x 34.7m.

    The surrounding Land comprising of about 42 acres is a mixture of paddocks and fields, most of which are individually fenced with water supplied to most of the fields.

    The property is available for sale as a whole or in separate lots.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Estates like this very rarely come to the market and this one offers a variety of different opportunities.

David ReynoldsProperty agent

Local information

  • Oak Lane Farm is located just outside the pretty village of Newdigate, a vibrant rural community that centres around the 12th Century church of St Peter. Also situated in the village are The Six Bells and Surrey Oaks public houses and the local farm shop. On Village Street itself is the local village store which provides for everyday needs and incorporates a post office. Opposite is the Brocus, a public area bought by the village as a memorial to the fallen of both world wars, and now used as a playing field for football, cricket and other sports, as well as hosting both the annual Village Day and firework festival.
  • Newdigate Pre-School and Newdigate C of E Infant School, both highly regarded, are situated in the village.
  • The farm is approximately eight miles south of Dorking town centre which provides a comprehensive range of shops and boutiques. Dorking Halls provides cinema and theatre whilst Dorking Leisure Centre has a gymnasium and swimming pool. There are a number local restaurants, cafes and bars to suit a variety of tastes. The larger market town of Reigate is some seven miles to the north east, and similarly provides a range of local shops and boutiques along with a good number of restaurants, cafes and coffee shops.
  • This part of Surrey boasts a number of good schools, both state and independent, for all ages. These include Dunottar, Reigate Grammar, Micklefield, The Hawthorns Prep School, Burys Court, Leigh and Belmont School.
  • The area is surrounded by some stunning rolling countryside with plenty of good walking and riding both in the village and locally, whilst there are several golf courses within easy reach.
  • There are good road links to London and the South Coast via the A24 and A29. The M25 is very easily, and quickly, accessible at Junction 8 via Reigate, and Junction 9 via Leatherhead. Trains from Dorking run to London Waterloo or London Victoria and in the opposite direction run through Horsham. Commuting to London is possible from stations at Reigate, Betchworth, and Redhill mainline which offers direct routes into London Bridge and Victoria in under 40 minutes, along with routes to a variety of other destinations.
  • Gatwick Airport is also very conveniently situated being just under 8 miles distant, and Gatwick Station provides a direct journey time to London Victoria of just 30 minutes.
  • All distances and times are approximate. Please not that the photographs were taken over six months ago.

Additional information

  • Directions: Leave Reigate on the A25 following signs to Dorking. Turn left at The Black Horse Public House onto Flanchford Road, and Proceed along to the end. At the T junction turn right and proceed for approximately one mile. Turn left onto Church Road signposted Leigh and proceed to the end past the church. At the crossroads continue straight over onto Clayhill Road and at the end turn left again onto Clayhill Road. Continue forward onto Broad Lane and at the end turn left onto Partridge Lane. Continue along Partridge Lane for approximately three quarters of a mile where the driveway to the property can be found on the right hand side.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F