A unique opportunity to purchase two premier, character, detached properties in Hadley Wood’s Camlet Way, reuniting them as one plot after 120 years. They are for sale together or as individual lots.
At the turn of the last century, local architect Richard Clay, purchased the land to build two houses from the Jack Estate. In 1905, he built Chace End (103 Camlet Way) for himself on part of the land and Ivinghoe (101) on the remainder. Situated at the head of the most prestigious road in Hadley Wood and immediately beyond the White Gate, the Clay houses rise from the road with sweeping driveways and have far reaching views over the green belt valley towards Wrotham Park.
Combined, the site area of both properties is 2.45 acres.
Chace End stands on a plot in the order of 1.51 acres – held on two titles, which includes a small portion of green belt land (land registry plan available on request).
All viewings are strictly by appointment only.
In the same family ownership for over 30 years, Chace End offers generous accommodation suitable for a substantial family home, with scope to extend, re-model, or even re-build to the purchasers’ own specification – subject to the necessary consents being obtained. The property is within easy reach of the shopping and transport facilities of Barnet. Hadley Wood mainline railway station is approximately half a mile away, and junction 24 of the M25 Motorway is just a few minutes’ drive.
SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION.
Gated entrance with impressive sweeping drive leading to the house. A detached character property of the Arts & Crafts style standing in its own substantial grounds – arranged over 3 levels. On the ground floor; 3 receptions – including an oak panelled hallway and sitting room, conservatory, utility room, laundry room, kitchen and 2 guest cloakrooms. On the first floor – in the main house; 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms & WC, with further first floor accommodation by way of an attached annexe (partly above the integral garage) with; 2 further rooms, bathroom & kitchen. There is a top floor attic room over the main house, currently used as a hobby room, but with scope for more.
In the mature landscaped grounds, there are various outbuildings including; a 19th Century barn, sheds and a greenhouse.
Available separately or jointly with 101 Camlet Way – offering scope for redevelopment (STPP)
Written offers will need to be made for submission to the vendor for consideration
by NOON on 30th JULY 2021
Either write to our Whetstone office: 1320 High Road, London N20 9HP
As well as the offer amount, written confirmation must be given, confirming;
– Buyer’s Name (individual or company), with full contact details
– Solicitor details (should the offer be acceptable)
– Any special conditions (e.g. to be tied-in with the purchase of the adjacent property)
– Proof of funding
– Proposed timescale for an exchange of contracts and completion of the purchase.