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An attractive and substantial house, built in the 1930’s in the popular Arts and Crafts style. It has been extended and maintained to a high standard in keeping with the original architectural flair and combines 21st century comforts with expert craftsmanship. Oak floors, doors, and windows are amongst many high quality features together with the Mark Wilkinson designed kitchen and utility room. There is a full range of Miele appliances and a Wolf cooking range, together with a wood burning stove housed in an inglenook. The ground floor and garden terrace feature an advanced link sound system, and there is a wine cellar with the capacity for approximately 2000 bottles.
Upstairs there are 5 well proportioned bedrooms and 4 bathrooms in total; the master bedroom has a large dressing room and ensuite bath and shower room. Above the garaging there is an annexe with kitchen area and shower room. It is self contained with its own entrance.
Situated within Sutton Place, mid way between the two popular and attractive villages of Abinger Hammer and Holmbury St Mary; both with picturesque village greens, public houses, and local shops. For more comprehensive shops, theatres and restaurants, both Guildford and Dorking are convenient. Both have mainline stations with a regular fast service to London Waterloo (from 34 minutes from Guildford).
The M25 and motorway network are easily accessed via the A3 and A24, and give fast access to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Schools in the area are excellent and include Belmont, Charterhouse, Cranleigh, Duke of Kent, Guildford High School, Royal Grammar School, St Catherines and St Teresa's.
Superb countryside for walking, riding and cycling are right on the doorstep in the surrounding Surrey Hills, classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The house sits in the middle of its most attractive landscaped gardens, with lawns, and mature trees and shrubs such as rhododendron, hydrangeas, hornbeam and oak. The main formal area of the garden is to the rear with an expansive York stone terrace and box knot garden. Elegant steps lead to further lawns, and the swimming pool which is surrounded by a large terrace for dining and sunbathing. There is a brick built pool house and a safety cover. Across the garden, the hard tennis court is situated behind a yew hedge.
Beyond the garden is the paddock with 2 stables and tack room.
5 Bedrooms and 4 bathrooms (2 ensuite)
6 Reception rooms
Kitchen/breakfast room and Utility
Self contained annexe
Gymnasium and Steam room
Gardens with swimming pool and pool house and tennis court
Paddock with stables
In all about 3.2 acres.
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