Late Victorian School, which has been converted into three family homes

Late Victorian School, which has been converted into three family homes

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Built as a girls' school in the late Victorian era, in the 1940s it was divided into three large family homes. A three-storey house with bundles of character, big rooms and high ceilings, wooden floors, a conservatory, an art studio, a patio garden, and a large driveway and front garden that it shares with the other two houses, it's situated in one of the most sought after areas in Epsom, just off the Downs, in a conservation area. If you're after nature, you can simply walk to the Downs or head for Box Hill, Polesden Lacey, Hampton Court, Richmond Park, Kew Gardens or Leith Hill, all no more than 20 minutes drive away, or head for Brighton and the coast, juts 45 minutes in the car. And if you fancy the big city, then Epsom station is just a 10 minute walk away, followed by a 35-minute train ride into London Waterloo.

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More about us

  1. We are a couple with young 2 boys Theo and Oskar

  2. Nick is a writer and a film producer and I'm an artist

  3. We love to have a bit of both, country side and the city.

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Where is it?

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Buzzy restaurants
The Derby Arms, Le Raj, Sportsman pub, The Blue Anchor
Cool bars
in London

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