7 bedroom House for sale

 The Street, Charlwood
Guide price £1,750,000
  • bed7 Bedrooms
  • bathroom5 Bathrooms
  • reception-room5 Reception Rooms

Property description

Introducing Tifters Manor - A Magnificent 15th Century Grade II Country Residence with Historic Charm and Splendour - 

This property will be sold via Modern/Conditional auction - date TBC

Nestled within south-facing parkland-style grounds extending to approximately four acres, Tifters Manor stands as a grand and historic Grade II listed country residence. This remarkable estate boasts an extensive array of exquisite features, including a swimming pool, expansive garaging, and beautifully landscaped gardens, creating an idyllic haven of tranquillity and elegance.

Stepping through the original entrance hall, you are immediately captivated by the sense of history and character that envelopes the property. With its distinctive stone floor and oak-beamed ceilings, the reception hall exudes warmth and welcomes you into a home where time-honoured craftsmanship meets modern comfort.

The spacious accommodation offers a multitude of possibilities, including four reception rooms. A triple aspect drawing room allows for breathtaking views of the gardens and opens onto a wide terrace, ideal for embracing the outdoors and enjoying moments of leisure.

A master kitchen and walk-in pantry cater to culinary delights, while a breakfast room, dining room, utility room, study, and family room provide ample space for various activities and gatherings. The property also features an office annex and cinema room with a separate entrance and facilities for added convenience and versatility.

Ascending the two staircases, which add a touch of architectural splendour to the home, you'll find a master bedroom complete with a generously-sized dressing room and an en-suite bathroom, offering a private retreat for relaxation and rejuvenation. A further six bedrooms, two of which are en-suite, and two family bathrooms ensure that every resident and guest is comfortably accommodated.

The property benefits from  lush gardens, including a large stone terrace that extends to the secluded rear garden housing the swimming pool. For car enthusiasts, a detached double garage awaits, while a considerable summer house offers endless possibilities for leisure and relaxation.

This property will be sold via Modern/Conditional auction - date TBC

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  1. The land has the benefit of the following rights granted by but is subject to the following rights reserved by a Transfer dated 18 December 1957 made between (1) Sir John Charrington (Vendor) and (2) Anne Fry (Purchaser):- "The right to use the drains now passing across Ordnance Survey No. 738 into the main sewer together with the right to enter upon the land for the purpose of cleansing and repairing the said drain so far as may from time to time be necessary the person so entering forthwith remedying all damage caused thereby." Excepting and Reserving "all rights of air and light now enjoyed in respect of the neighbouring property now or recently belonging to the Vendor over the property hereby transferred Together with the right for the Vendor and his successors in title to make such alterations or addition or to erect new buildings upon the said neighbouring property notwithstanding that the same may limit or interfere with the access of light or air to the property hereby transferred The right in respect of premises known as Millside ........ (a) to drain from The Mill Cottage and The Mill through the drains now running therefrom across Ordnance Survey No. 736 with the right to come upon the said land for the purpose of cleansing and repairing the said drains the said Frank Pinnock and his successors in title being responsible at all times for keeping the said drains in good and sufficient repair and forthwith remedying all damage caused thereby and by entering Ordnance Survey No. 736 as aforesaid and (b) to drain in common with the Purchaser through the drains running across Ordnance Survey No. 737 and 738 into the main sewer but subject to the liability to contribute a fair proportion of the cost of maintenance nd repair of such drains as are lastly mentioned such proportion to be determined in case of dispute by the Surveyor to the Purchaser and his successors in title.""

Tenure  : Freehold

Council Tax Band  :  H

Floor Plan

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Property Information

  • Reference number 12051006
  • 15th-century country residence Yes
  • 7 Bedrooms Yes
  • Swimming pool Yes
  • Beautiful gardens Yes
  • Inglenook fireplaces Yes
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