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This is one of our Equestrian Properties.
EQUESTRIAN - Chasers is an extremely attractive half hung-tile family home presented to an exacting standard. The entrance hall leads to the principal well-appointed reception rooms, which have an outlook over the delightful gardens. The painted hand crafted kitchen/breakfast room boasts an Aga and provides a comprehensive range of cupboards of the highest quality, which leads to the utility room being finished to the same standard as the kitchen. A family room also extends from the kitchen with a pleasant aspect over the rear garden.
From the first floor landing are the master bedroom with a fine bathroom en suite, 4 further guest bedrooms (2 having well fitted en suite shower rooms) and the main family shower room.
Chasers has been modernised in recent years and enjoys a high quality finish throughout.
This property is featured by our Equestrian department.
Occupying a rural location, with views over the adjoining farmland to woodland. Dunsfold provides a useful general store/post office, The Sun Inn, Church, and cricket green. The area is surrounded by miles of Green Belt woods & farmland, which form part of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty & is ideal for both long walks & rides. There are a number of larger villages & towns within easy reach of the property including Godalming, Cranleigh and the County Town of Guildford, whilst the neighbouring village of Chiddingfold also provides an excellent range of local amenities, with the nearest mainline stations being found at both Witley and Milford, each serving Waterloo in under the hour. A wide choice of schools are also readily available in Godalming including Charterhouse, Prior's Field and the Sixth Form College, together with those in Cranleigh, Witley, Shackleford and Bramley.
A particular feature of Chasers is its beautifully landscaped garden giving visual interest all year round. The garden was redesigned between 2007 and 2009 by award winning designer Chris Moss in partnership with the current owners.
From the rear of the house extends a generous sun terrace relieved by formal flower beds and a central square fish pond beyond which extends to the formal lawn. From the sun terrace is a large arbour covered with a magnificent wisteria, an ideal area for ‘al fresco’ dining during the summer months. A gravel path leads through the different formal flower and shrub beds many having clipped beech hedging as the backdrop. Towards the bottom of the garden and screened by mature clipped beech hedging is a well-stocked vegetable garden, with an irrigation system and a fine ‘Country Greenhouse’ by Alitex with a rainwater capture system installed. Beyond the vegetable garden are located the stables, having power and water, with a woodland garden area carpeted with bluebells and cowslips and a path that leads to the paddock.A gazebo provides the central focal point of the garden located symmetrically between twin pleached hornbeam avenues. The gravel path extending the opposite side of the garden weaving through further beautiful formal flower beds.
To the front of the house the lovely structured garden theme continues complementing the generous gravel drive and double garage.
Mains water, Mains electrics, Private drainage, Oil heating
5 bedrooms (including 3 suites)
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