Former barn that was relocated for the Lyle family of golden syrup fame is on the market for £1.695m

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A former barn that was relocated for the Lyle family of golden syrup fame is on the market for £1.695m.<br />
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The Old Barn was built in Sussex in the early 17th century, but the frame of the house was moved to Surrey for the Lyle family in 1920.<br />
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It was reconstructed by Arts and Crafts architect George Blair Imrie, who was famed for the comfort of his houses.<br />
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The four-bedroom home in Leatherhead is atmospheric and has retained lots of period features including oak and ironwork doors, fitted bookcases and hand-painted tiles.