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A most attractive major portion of a country house divided many years ago into three and mostly dating from the Victorian period. The elevations are a mellow blend of bargate stone, brick and tile hanging with timber casement windows under a tiled roof. The house enjoys a welcoming atmosphere with exposed beams, panelling and other interesting joinery detail, an elegant drawing room and striking hallway and staircase with much character. Separate dining room and additional sitting room with conservatory. Fitted kitchen. 3 comfortable bedrooms to the first floor with bathroom. Also available separately is an oak and tiled Studio Barn with a kitchenette and shower room / W.C, ideal as a home based office or studio (non habitable) together with a paddock and grounds totalling 2.5 acres. In all a very interesting home with wonderful grounds not far from the village.
The House lies close to the Hampshire border, 0.6 of a mile from the centre of Churt and 1 mile via a nearby bridleway path to Frensham Great Pond. This West Surrey countryside is protected lying within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Great Landscape Value within the Green Belt. Footpaths and bridleways abound and it is renowned for its commons and National Trust land. Frensham common and ponds provides sailing and excellent walking and riding country. Churt is a popular village with shops, church on the village green, nursery school and St Johns C of E infant school, inns, cricket and tennis clubs and a bus service connecting the old country towns of Farnham and Haslemere. Farnham (6 miles) is an historic former market town renowned for its medieval and Georgian buildings beneath its castle and park. It offers a good commuter service (54 minutes to Waterloo). Guildford is 14 miles (Waterloo 38 minutes). Several schools are close by including Barfield, Edgeborough, Frensham Heights, The Royal School, St Edmunds and Charterhouse.
The garden and grounds offer excellent recreational space in a most attractive blend including about 1.4 acres of mixed woodland which is an oasis with paths, clearings and flowering trees. A shared gravel drive with parking is flanked by shrubs and the woodland back drop and leads to garaging where the central pair are for East House. There is a five bar gate leading to additional paddock with a detached wooden studio barn ideal for office or hobbies room. An ironstone apron leads to the front door with wisteria and an iron gate to the garden on two levels with paved terraces, shrub fringed lawn with lily pool and a lower lawn with trees and shrubs. Brick, tile and stone walls provide pleasing landscape features. In all about 2.5 acres. N.B. There is a service easement for 2 Threeways across the garden.
3 double bedrooms
panelled reception hall
panelled dining room
part panelled sitting room
kitchen / breakfast room
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