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An exceptional Grade II listed open hall house with origins from about 1400, and with later additions in the 15th, 16th, 19th and 20th centuries. The house now has extensive family accommodation with many fine period features including open inglenook fireplaces, and abundance of exposed oak beams. There is a fine crown post in the main bedroom. The main reception rooms form three sides of a sheltered York stone paved terrace on south side of the house. A secondary staircase is a useful feature and offers scope for a separate au-pair suite. The main outbuildings which are not listed currently provide garaging and useful storage, but lend themselves to being converted into ancillary accommodation (subject to planning permission).
Witley Station - 1 mile (1.6 km)
A3 - 3 miles (4.8 km)
Godalming - 4 miles (6.4 km)
Guildford - 9 miles (14.5 km)
Central London - 40 miles (65.2 km)
Located on the edge of Witley village, with its church, public houses and shops. Witley mainline station provides regular commuter services to London Waterloo. Godalming provides an excellent range of shops, supermarkets, a selection of restaurants and a mainline station. Guildford and Haslemere, nearby, also provide further amenities. Schools in the area include King Edward's, Aldro, Charterhouse, Prior's Field, St Catherine's, Cranleigh, The Royal Grammar School and The High School for Girls in Guildford, and The University of Surrey. The surrounding countryside is renowned for its scenic beauty (some of which is immediately accessed from the grounds of the property) and provides miles of walking and riding with Enton Lakes and Hambledon Common close by.
Approached through a pair of tall electrically operated gates there is a large driveway and a wisteria clad walkway leads to the front door. The mostly walled formal gardens are set predominantly to the south of the house, and are edged with deep, and well stocked borders with a variety of ornamental trees, shrubs and flowering plants. The paths, planting, and lily pond provide structure believed to have been designed by Gertrude Jekyll and there is an attractive granary. Within the wider grounds there is a heated swimming pool, a hard tennis court and a gate leads to the paddock.
6 Bedrooms and 5 bath/shower rooms (2 ensuite)
5 Reception rooms and kitchen/breakfast room
Barn with garaging and storage
Formal gardens with granary
Swimming pool and tennis court
Grounds and paddock in all about 2.6 acres
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