Thought to be one of the oldest houses in the village and listed Grade II, the house dates back to the 16th century with subsequent 18th and 19th century additions. Although in a private setting, the property is in the centre of Cranleigh.
Galleried reception and dining hall
Three further reception rooms
Double garage with large studio/office above
Additional parking for 3 cars
Very private landscaped gardens
Grade II listed
Sympathetically renovated and extended to over 5000 sq ft, the property incorporates a large storage room above the garage, ideal as a home office or art studio.
The impressive galleried dining hall with woodburner leads to the beamed drawing room with open stone surround fireplace and tasteful wooden floor. The country style kitchen is tastefully designed with granite work surfaces, an Aga in situ and views over the delightful gardens. The entrance hall opens onto the sitting room, study and a further cloakroom.
To the first floor are a studio, five bedrooms (two en suite with bathroom and shower room, respectively), and two family bathrooms.
The formal gardens are believed to be of Gertrude Jekyll’s design. To the front is a York stone terrace with box hedge parterre, lavender and shrub borders and a gate onto the lane.
The sun terrace has steps up to the lawn and a path around rose beds and a lily pond centrepiece. A further private area contains a large variety of fruit-bearing plants and trees, secluded vegetable garden, greenhouse and a large potting shed, both powered.
A back door leads to a charming private walled courtyard, which is part stone and brick paved. There is also a log store and an old well. Within this courtyard, there are a number of flowers and climbing plants including hibiscus, lavender, and clematis, rose beds and shrub borders.
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