About this property
A beautifully presented 5 bedroom family house with an outstanding secluded and tranquil garden located in a peaceful lane on the edge of the sought after village of Peaslake.
The subject of comprehensive recent renovation and redesign, this beautifully presented family house provides exceptionally bright and spacious accommodation. The main living room flows from a central hall. Double doors open to the impressive drawing room with a notable marble open fire place with a working gas fire. A wide bay window looks out over the garden, and French doors give access out to the spectacular sun terrace. The drawing room, the spacious dining room, and the fully equipped TV sitting/media room offer plentiful living space and the house features new Victorian style coving and new skirting throughout.
The bespoke Tom Howley kitchen/breakfast room is another superb area and opens directly into a recently added David Salisbury orangery. These room are all flooded with natural light and again connect directly with the sun terrace outside, making a very appealing and sociable spot for informal dining and entertaining.
A pantry in the kitchen, a separate utility room, and a guest cloakroom complete the ground floor.
Upstairs, there are 5 well-proportioned bedrooms. The principle bedroom has a large dressing area with hand crafted built in wardrobes and a large luxury en-suite bathroom. The primary guest room has built in wardrobes and a modern en-suite bathroom. 2 of the 3 remaining bedrooms have built in wardrobes. All 3 bathrooms are luxuriously appointed, with both showers and baths, and 2 are ensuite. A further room has been specially designed and fitted as a splendid study, but would convert to a 6th bedroom if desired. There is also broadband connectivity to the house and packages that offer up to 1000 mbps are available.
The house is approached via an impressive gravel drive with enough parking for approximately 8 cars if required. There is a detached oak building with 2 enclosed garages, a large car-port, and its own power supply.
The secluded garden is beautifully landscaped with several cleverly created areas and a central level lawn surrounded by well stocked colourfully planted borders. An approximately 130 square meter light coloured porcelain terrace curves along the house providing ample seating and dining space as well as being a spectacular sun trap.
The dedicated fruit and vegetable garden features a Hartley Botanic greenhouse, a separate storage shed, and pear and apple espaliers. Seating has been strategically placed from where a tranquil partly walled garden, and a small wildlife growing area can be enjoyed and there is a perfectly positioned summer house with a power supply. The garden has been discreetly stock fenced and is pet friendly.
Within the Surrey Hills AONB, and the green belt, Peaslake is right at the heart of this glorious countryside whilst being within easy reach of a range of amenities. Wonham Way is a quiet no-through road on the edge of the village; a thriving community with a parish church, the renowned Hurtwood Inn pub and restaurant, a popular village school, and village hall. It also has an excellent general store and Post Office. Further shopping is available at Abinger, Shere and Forest Green. Cranleigh is within 5 miles, Dorking under 7 miles and a full range of shopping, leisure and cultural amenities can be found in Guildford or Horsham. Locally, there is a railway station at Gomshall that provides access to Guildford and Gatwick Airport, whilst from Guildford and Dorking there are fast and frequent services into London Waterloo and Victoria with journey times from 35 minutes. There is a huge choice of schools in the area, including Shere Infants, Peaslake Free School, Duke of Kent, Hurtwood House, Cranleigh, St Catherine's, Charterhouse, St Teresa's, Cranmore and many more. Recreational opportunities include a number of golf clubs within easy reach and with the Hurtwood immediately accessible, some of the best walking, cycling and riding countryside in the South East is right on the doorstep.
Guildford Borough Council - Tax Band G
All mains services connected. Gas-fired central heating.
3 separate Bath/shower rooms
- Entrance hall
- Drawing room
- Dining room
- Sitting room
- Kitchen/Breakfast room
- Utility room
- 5 Bedrooms
- 3 separate Bath/shower rooms
Council Tax Band: 6
Energy Performance Certificate
† ** The 4.7% annual interest rate is based on the Connells Group average mortgage interest rate taken from the period of 01/01/2023 – 30/06/2023 and is correct as at 04/07/2023.
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