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Eastwater House has origins in the 15th Century, and was then extensively altered and extended with the orientation towards Eastwater Lake, befitting a `Gentleman's Residence' as it was described in the sales catalogue of 1879.
Within the last ten years the current owner has undertaken an extensive renovation of the house, the cottage and all the former barns to create a very special family home.
The property is situated on the fringe of Bramley Village which has good shops catering for daily needs, as well as the renowned St Catherine's School for girls. Within easy reach is Guildford, with first class shopping, a wide selection of restaurants, cinema and theatres. The main line station provides regular services to London Waterloo in about 38 minutes. The A3 at Guildford gives access to London and the south coast and via the M25 to Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.
The very private and peaceful gardens and grounds are a particularly fine feature. Their design and renovation were overseen by renowned garden designer Fiona Lawrenson; winner of two gold medals for her show gardens at Chelsea.
Highlights include the impressive courtyard with its water feature, stone steps and retaining walls, the large stone terrace running the full width of the garden elevation, the swimming pool and surrounding terrace, hard surface tennis court and the beautiful planting schemes throughout the property with private garden and barbecue area. The grounds also feature outdoor lighting with stunning views over Eastwater Lake.
Main house with 6 bedrooms 6 bathrooms and 5 reception rooms
Cottage with 2 living rooms bedroom kitchen and gym
Detached home office and entertaining barn with games room
Detached party barn
Gardens and gounds with Garaging Tennis court and Swimming pool
In all about 3 acres
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