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Snowdenham Hall is a Grade II Listed building restored and converted into stylish and individual properties by Michael Wilson Restorations around 2000/2001. This property is an apartment, ideal as a UK base for people spending time abroad. The property is approached through an electronically operated main gate with a long and impressive drive leading to Snowdenham Hall. This former show apartment is accessed through the substantial covered entrance portico which leads to the great hall, an impressive reception area with galleried and vaulted ceiling, magnificent stained glass windows and a communal seating area housing a grand piano. A grand staircase leads to a galleried landing and a further staircase leads to the private front door of the apartment. Internally, the apartment has been converted to a high standard and is well-presented. The drawing/dining room, with high ceilings, has a fireplace and a large bay window enjoying wonderful views, and a study is accessed from this room. The kitchen/breakfast room also enjoys the views and is fitted with a range of wooden units with granite worktops. From the hall there is a W.C. and access to the minstrel gallery which is an intriguing space overlooking the great hall. A staircase leads to the second floor with four bedrooms and three bath/shower rooms, including a principal suite. A further staircase rises to a spacious roof terrace which is a unique feature of this property.
Snowdenham Hall occupies a commanding position with superb panoramic views, looking south across the picturesque Thorncombe Valley to the unspoilt Surrey Hills and is set in over 20 acres of parkland grounds. Although rural in atmosphere, it is conveniently placed within a mile from the centre of Bramley village with its good local shops, public houses, restaurants and bank. Guildford is just over 3 miles to the north and provides an extensive range of facilities, including restaurants, excellent shops, together with the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. In addition, there is a main line station with fast trains reaching London Waterloo in approximately 38 minutes. The country town of Godalming is equally accessible and also provides good amenities including Waitrose and Sainsburys supermarkets. There is access to the A3 at Guildford, which connects with the M25 and in turn provides fast access to Gatwick Airport (about 26 miles) and Heathrow Airport (about 30 miles). The surrounding countryside is renowned for its scenic beauty with many lovely walks. Schools in the area include St. Catherine’s at Bramley, Charterhouse, Priorsfield and Cranleigh.
The apartment enjoys the use of the stunning communal gardens and grounds, extending in all to about 20 acres, and a tennis court. There is reserved parking for two external spaces and one in the covered basement providing secure parking. Further parking is available for visitors.
Waverley Borough Council Tel: 01483 505050 Tax Band G.
Principal bedroom with bathroom en suite
bedroom 2 with en suite cloakroom
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