A fine Grade II listed Queen Anne country house set in beautiful formal gardens with far reaching rural views.
A charming country house of classical Queen Anne proportions positioned behind an ancient stone wall. The house, once an old rectory, was left to the National Trust in 1954.
The house benefits from beautifully proportioned and light rooms, with many original features including marble fireplace, cornicing and internal shutters. The principal reception rooms flow extremely well, providing the ideal opportunity to entertain and enjoy delightful views over the formal gardens and beyond. The bedroom accommodation is well arranged over 2 floors with
well-proportioned rooms including a large games room on the second floor. The self-contained annexe has a separate access and consists of
2 bedrooms, sitting room, bathroom and kitchen.
On the south side is a paved terrace in the shade of a vine clad pergola which is positioned in front of a charming garden room. A further terrace is positioned to the west of the house which can be accessed from the drawing room. Beyond the formal gardens is a large lawned area to the west,
which is sheltered by tall hedging and mature trees with beautifully manicured herbaceous and shrub borders and beyond which is an ideal area for a grass tennis court or croquet lawn.
The house is beautifully positioned off a minor country lane in the village of Hambledon, which is a charming and much sought after village with cricket green, pub, village shop, church and
nursery school. The area is surrounded by National Trust woodland which offers an excellent network of footpaths and bridleways in a designated
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is a good range of shopping and leisure facilities at nearby Godalming, whilst the county town of Guildford provides more comprehensive leisure, recreational and shopping facilities.
Available from mid October