Bones Lane, Newchapel, Lingfield, RH7


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  • Bedrooms: 4
We are acting as joint auctioneers with Clive Emson. Viewing of this property is via Richard Payne on 01273 504232. The listing can be viewed at

A farm cottage until 1936 this stunning mid 1700's property was converted into a house in 1954 and has been owner occupied since 1959 by the present family. The property does not appear to be listed. The annexe adjoining the property and oak-built garage were built circa 1860. With tile hung elevations beneath a clay tiled roof, the two chimneys at each end of the house are original. The present oak staircase dates back to 1954. Gardens with an historic water well, fruit trees, mature plants and shrubs surround the property. The property requires complete modernisation and refurbishment throughout.

Located close to historic parish of Horne, the local church here dates back to at least the 12th century. The parish includes, on its eastern edge, part of Tandridge Manor which dates back perhaps 1000 years. Not all the land was originally enclosed as farms. Some land was enclosed as parks, sometimes for deer but sometimes perhaps as a source of timber and other forest products for the manor occupants.

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John Hoole Estate Agents

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