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A substantial period farmhouse having been sympathetically extended and restored by the current owners and now incorporates a magnificent period barn and other outbuildings. Built from local brick and stone elevations with a traditional timber frame this stunning family home hosts a wealth of period features that blend with the convenience of a new kitchen and bathrooms.
The attractive beamed interior includes a long, fully glazed gallery with views over the adjoining fields. The barn is used as the principal reception room and has stairs leading to the minstrels' gallery which is currently used as a study area with splendid views over the gardens and fields beyond. The kitchen is well appointed and features a triple Aga and leads through to a large breakfast room.
The principal bedroom suite is located on the ground floor, whilst the first floor provides four further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
A detached coach house has been thoughtfully converted and now provides garaging for four vehicles, a workshop and a self contained first floor flat ideal for staff or guests, with sitting room, kitchen/dining room, bedroom, bathroom and store room.
In summary, this lovely home provides five bedrooms, three bathrooms (two en suite), a grand reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, gallery/study area, kitchen, breakfast room, rear hall, utility room, cloakroom and a self contained flat.
The property is set in delightful mature gardens to all sides and is approached via a long gravelled drive with adjacent areas of lawn. A generous parking and turning area provides space for several vehicles. The gardens are well stocked with numerous shrub and flower borders. There is a large West facing terrace with a well and flower beds. Paths lead from the front of the house to the two paved terrace areas at the rear which have French doors leading from the barn and the breakfast room. These areas provide a delightful place to enjoy the gardens and surrounding countryside.
The house enjoys an excellent degree of privacy with mature hedges and a lightly wooded backdrop. In all the gardens and grounds approach 16.7 acres.
The outbuildings include stables, an all weather tennis court with lighting, formal gardens and paddocks.
The property is located in the sought after Surrey Hills village of Ewhurst, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, nestling on higher ground this lovely home enjoys attractive views over its own grounds and neighbouring farmland. Ewhurst provides a village church, village school, public house, vet, hairdressers and post office/village shop ideal for day to day needs. Cranleigh centre is approximately 2.5 miles away and offers an excellent range of shopping facilities, public houses, restaurants, cafes and a leisure centre. The area offers an excellent choice of both private and state schools. The nearby towns of Guildford (11.6 miles) and Horsham (11.4 miles) offer more comprehensive shopping, leisure and cultural facilities.
Frequent rail services to London are available at Guildford and Dorking main line stations with a Gatwick service being offered from Dorking and Gomshall.
There are good schools in the area with Belmont, Duke of Kent, Farlington, Hurtwood House and Cranleigh School amongst them. There are sporting and leisure facilities in the area with several local golf clubs, polo at Hurtwood Park, Leisure Centres at Cranleigh, Dorking and Guildford. For the outdoor enthusiast there are miles of open countryside for walking, cycling or riding close by.
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