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Built in 1929, Corries is an attractive ‘Arts and Crafts’ detached country house set in an outstanding elevated location with far reaching views over the surround countryside. The property is beautifully presented having been modernised by the current owners though retains much of its original character. A welcoming entrance hall leads to the principle reception rooms with the main drawing room boasting a fine recessed fire place and the sitting room offering an informal and relaxing living space. The well fitted contemporary kitchen is located in the centre of the house leading to the breakfast room, larder and substantial utility room. A well appointed dining room is located beyond the kitchen. Stairs to the basement lead to the study/home office, wine cellar and plant room. To the first floor are 7 bedrooms, laundry room, 2 bathrooms and a shower rooms (all having recently been beautifully refitted). This lovely house makes a fine family home.
Corries sits in an elevated and tranquil position on the edge of the sought after village of Churt, close to the Surrey/Hampshire border. The surrounding west Surrey countryside forms part of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Great Landscape Value. The village provides for day to day needs with local shops, a church, public house and a primary school with a greater choice of shopping available at Farnham, Haslemere and the county town of Guildford.
Communications are excellent with the A3 approximately 3.9 miles drive providing good access to the M27, M25,
A331/M3 and the national motorway network as well as Heathrow, Gatwick and Southampton airports. Mainline stations can be found at Farnham (from 53 minutes),Haslemere (from 52 minutes) and Guildford ( from 34 minutes) providing a regular train service to London Waterloo.
There is an excellent choice of schools in the area including Edgeborough, Frensham Heights, Charterhouse, Priorsfield and St. Catherine’s at Bramley. There are wonderful opportunities for walking, riding and cycling and much of the nearby countryside belongs to The National Trust including Frensham Common and Great Pond, The Devil’s Punchbowl and the ‘Devil’s Jumps’
Corries is approached over a long private lane through a twin stone pillared entrance leading to the drive adjoining which is the double garage. Being well position in its land Corries occupies an elevated position enjoying far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. The gardens are predominantly laid to lawn being interspersed with specimen trees, azalea bushes and mature rhododendrons. Running across the back of the property is a large stone sun terrace ideal for ‘alfresco’ dining. Steps from the terrace flanked by a small parterre garden lead to the lawns. Within the gardens is a large timber framed workshop and garden storage shed adjoining a fenced vegetable plot boasting 7 well stoked raised beds. Opposite the entrance through a beech hedge is an additional area of garden having a level grass terrace that falls away into woodland. In all the grounds extend to approximately 4 acres.
3 bathrooms (1 ensuite)
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