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Greatwood was built by H. M. Baillie Scott in 1914, it was divided in two in 1963. The present owner has restored it sympathetically and to a very high standard. The large solid wood front door leads you into the entrance hall and into the great hall with impressive high ceilings, oak wood beams and a large inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove. Framed by the minstrels gallery and jesters window this is an impressive room. From the hallway there is a study and a studio/garden room overlooking the pretty rear garden. The house has different levels with four steps leading from the great hall to the kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a range of eye and base level units and plenty of worktop space. On this floor there are two bedrooms and cloakroom. Upstairs is the master bedroom and the family bathroom and a hallway leading to the gallery and jesters window looking down on the great hall.
Ideally located in a semi-rural setting less than quarter of a mile from local shops and services in Ottershaw village which is in an idyllic but commuter friendly setting. The property is conveniently located for the M25, Heathrow Airport (T5) and a fast railway link to London from nearby Woking station. Many renowned and exceptional private schools are accessible including Sir William Perkins and St George's College in Weybridge and TASIS in Thorpe and ACS in Egham. The local area has excellent golf tennis and health clubs including the famous Foxhills golf and country club. Extensive shopping can be found in Woking & Weybridge both within 5 miles and Guildford within 11 miles.
To the front there is a good size brick forecourt and garden area with shrubs and a wood store.
To the rear there is a walled south facing garden with flower beds and lawn. Rear entrance leads to a garage and utility area with two sheds.
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