A beautifully presented “Norman Shaw” Arts & Crafts country house of spectacular proportions with separate cottage quietly situated on the edge of Guildford with stunning views

Whytegates is a truly magnificent property dating from around 1860, designed by the well known Victorian architect Richard Norman Shaw who was greatly influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement. Originally designed as the coach house, stables, squash court and gardener’s cottage for the neighbouring Piccards Rough, it remained as such until its brilliant conversion in 2002 creating this extraordinarily special home.

  • Huge reception hall
  • 2 guest cloakrooms
  • Drawing room
  • Dining room
  • Family room
  • Superb vaulted kitchen/breakfast room
  • Utility room
  • Spiral wine cellar
  • Accommodation extends to 6746 sq ft
  • Detached guest cottage
  • 2 double bedrooms

More Information

  • Bathroom
  • Spacious shower room
  • Large split level reception room
  • Open plan kitchen
  • Detached office/ gym
  • Triple garaging
  • Secure electronic gated
  • Ample guest parking
  • Heated swimming pool
  • All weather tennis court
  • Beautifully landscaped south facing gardens and grounds with distant views
  • In all about 1.1 acres

 

Guildford mainline station (London Waterloo 35 min) 1.3 miles,
Godalming 3.9 miles, A3 2.5 miles, Central London 33 miles, Chichester Harbour 44 miles

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Property Features

  • 4 reception rooms
  • 6 bathrooms
  • 6 bedrooms
  • in about 1.1 acres

Location