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EQUESTRIAN - This most beautiful home is a delightful Grade II Listed farm house dating, we understand from the middle 16th century with extensions completed in the 18th and 20th centuries. The present owners have undertaken a substantial modernisation program over the last few years, keeping an enormous amount if its character and feel throughout, across all parts of the house. It has been finished to an excellent standard and is complimented beautifully with a period features including many exposed beams in the walls, ceilings and uprights. Of particular note is a superb family sized sitting room which incorporates a most pleasant area in front of the fire place with woodburner and has the most charming views and outlook over the formal gardens and grounds. This room continues into the dining room with a bay window looking into the gardens. The kitchen has been fitted in a traditional farmhouse style with a four oven AGA and this area opens into the adjoining breakfast room, both with period flagstone floors. Off the kitchen is a cloakroom and walk in pantry and stairs that lead down to a utility room and two room cellar. Stairs give access to the first floor where there are three bedrooms, with the master suite, enjoying a spacious dressing area with fitted wardrobes and access to an en suite bathroom. There are distant views from all the major rooms overlooking the formal gardens and paddocks. There are two further bedrooms and family bathroom on this floor with stairs leading to the second floor and accessing to a further bedroom with an additional reception room/snug which could be used as a further study or additional bedroom if needed. In all, a very comfortable and spacious character home situated in this charming and private location on the fringe of Tilford village.
This property is featured by our Equestrian department.
This property is situated in a special location set away from all major roads on a lane backing on to paddocks and farmland. It is situated approximately 3.5 miles south of the Georgian market town of Farnham and close to the village of Tilford with its picturesque village green, public house, river and the village shop and post office. There is an excellent range of shops and recreation facilities in Farnham with a further selection of retailers in nearby at Guildford. Accessing from this location to the local area and surrounds are excellent with the A3 and A31 within easy reach providing good access to the M25 and the national motorway network. Gatwick and Heathrow airports are easily driveable from this location, as is the south coast. There are mainline stations on the London Waterloo line at Farnham, Haslemere, Guildford and Milford. There is also an excellent choice of schools from this location including St Edmunds, Barrow Hills, Frensham Heights, Edgeborough, Charter House and Ainsbury as well as a selection of local primary and secondary schools located at Tilford and Farnham. Most of this local area provides excellent walking, riding and country pursuits with a lot of theland in ownership of the national trust. Hankley and Frensham Common are particularly attractive as well as Alice Holt Forest which is situated south of Farnham. Golf is available at Hindhead, West Surrey and Hankley Common all offering excellent courses.
The property is approached from Sheephatch Lane with the driveway accessing to the side of the property with parking for numerous cars and access to a detached open barn with three bay garage and additional wood store. The property has mature, formal gardens surrounding the house which, leads on to the remainder of the grounds with post and rail fencing around the paddocks, in all the grounds extend to approximately 5.5 acres. The formal gardens are a delight with numerous mature trees, shrubs and flowers abounding in this stunning location. The property also boasts a traditional granary set on staddle stones and is currently used as an outside sitting room which has water, heating, television and telephone points. This could also make an attractive study and office if required. There is a very pleasant stone terrace which leads to the side and rear of the property with access to a boiler room and further outbuildings. In all, the property has a very special mature garden, designed to take full advantage of the outlook over the paddocks, extending in all to approximatley 5.5 acres.
Planning permission has been granted for further changes if required. Reference No. WA/2015/1678.
2 room cellar
master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite bathroom
3 further bedrooms
garden and paddocks of 5.575 acres
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