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Bradstone Brook, Shalford
A substantial and beautifully presented Georgian wing set amidst stunning communal gardens with spectacular views to St. Marthas
Bradstone Brook is a magnificent Grade II Listed Georgian mansion, believed to have been built in 1791 by Thomas Gibson, a London Merchant, set in beautiful 13.5 acre gardens and grounds.
Following a skilful conversion in 2003 2005 by the award wining architect /developer, Michael Wilson Restorations, the mansion and nearby buildings were divided and extended to create eleven
outstanding homes. Hartwood occupies the finest portion of the original mansion boasting double aspect rooms affording sensational southerly views across the gardens and beyond. Internally the
accommodation extends over 4 floors to 4100 sq. ft. with wonderfully proportioned rooms and superb original features.
Hartwood benefits from beautiful deep private entertaining terraces from where the spectacular communal gardens stretch out into a series of rooms creating many private areas to enjoy. These superbly landscaped gardens provide a magical setting and amenity for all to enjoy. Incorporated within the grounds, a hard surface all weather tennis court and heated outdoor swimming pool (with automated safety cover), and childrens swings and trampoline compliment the property together with 2 charming summer houses.
Shalford Village Centre (Branch Line Station) 0.7 miles Guildford (London Waterloo 35 min) 3 miles
Godalming 4 miles A3 3.7 miles Central London 27 miles.
Bradstone Brook stands on the eastern edge of Shalford with its attractive village green, pond and a useful range of local shops, church and two inns, whilst surrounded by lovely countryside providing miles of wonderful walking. The county town of Guildford offers excellent shopping, restaurants and recreational facilities with its famous cobbled high street, covered shopping precincts, and many leading stores. The modern Spectrum Leisure Centre caters for numerous sporting facilities, whilst the Odeon 10 screen cinema, G-Live, Yvonne Arnaud and Electric Theatres provide great entertainment.
For the commuter by rail, Guildford mainline station has a fast service to London Waterloo(approx 35 minutes) whilst the A3 provides excellent road links to the M25 thus putting the
south coast, Heathrow and Gatwick International
airports and central London within easy reach.
There are several excellent schools in the vicinity
including Guildford High, St. Catherines and Tormead for girls, Royal Grammar School, Cranleigh School and Charterhouse for boys.
For the golf enthusiast, the Bramley 18-hole golf
course some 1.5 miles away.