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The Hautboy, set in the heart of the picturesque hamlet of Ockham, has been carefully and sympathetically converted into seven award winning luxury apartments, the centrepiece being Number 2 which is arranged over three floors. On entering the apartment on the ground floor you are greeted with an immediate feeling of space. Three en suite bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes, cloak cupboard, utility space and guest cloakroom. The large master suite enjoys the advantage of its own private patio and lawned garden. An oak staircase leads up to the magnificent vaulted, multi aspect drawing room which includes underfloor heating and bespoke insulation. This room offers grandeur, light and space, combining historic English architecture with state of the art luxury. The apartment has the benefit of three private parking spaces, visitor parking, an individual storage unit in the basement and exclusive use of the resident's gym.
Ockham is a beautiful hamlet that nestles into the countryside near East Horsley and Cobham in Surrey. The hamlet lies to the east of the A3 between Cobham and Guildford with easy access to the M25 and A3 it is ideally situated for journeys to Central London, Heathrow and Gatwick. Cobham, approximately 3 miles away, has an excellent range of shops and restaurants, while more comprehensive retail and leisure facilities can be found in the county town of Guildford. There is an excellent selection of schools in the general area catering for all age groups in both the private and public sector.
Built in 1864 by William, 1st Earl of Lovelace, Lord Lieutenant of Surrey and owner of Ockham Park. The materials used for the building were the famous Ockham bricks, baked in the brickyards off Long Reach, for which the Earl had received a medal at the Great Exhibition in 1851. The Hautboy - the name is derived from the French haut-bois, the wooden instrument producing a high pitched note, now known as the Oboe. The Hautboy was involved in a notable court case in 1898 when Lady Harberton, leader of the Rational Dress Society stopped at the inn on a cycle ride wearing baggy knickerbockers and was refused service due to her unsuitable attire!
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Guildford Borough Council
Mater Bedroom with Ensuite
2 Further En Suite Bedrooms
Vaulted Reception / Dining Room
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