A period house in 2 acres adjoining golf course.

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Ewshot Cottage is a period property believed to originally date from the 1600's. The cottage has been enlarged and improved over the years and is now a home of immense charm extending to over 3100 sq ft. Many period features remain including fireplaces and oak beams making this a comfortable, characterful and practical country home. The ground floor accommodation allows a great deal of flexibility with a series of reception rooms that can adapt to the growing needs of a family. On the first floor there are five good size bedrooms including the main bedroom suite.

This property has 2.1 acres of land.


Ewshot Cottage is approached via a secure gate from a gravel driveway that provides turning and parking for several cars. A double garage, with electric up and over doors has a side door to the garden. The established gardens at Ewshot Cottage are a real feature and have been lovingly maintained by the current owners. Mature specimen trees include Cherry, Fir,London Plane, Indian Walnut and Yew, with the boundaries bordered by fencing and mixed hedging. The lower lawn was historically a tennis court and the mixed borders are well-stocked and provide an abundance of colour through the seasons. There is an extensive vegetable garden with a number of raised beds, a fruit and vegetable cage, fruit trees and an attractive rose covered arch provides summer colour. A footpath leads down to a further section of garden including an ancient Bluebell woodland with a Victorian bog garden and a number of fine trees adjoining Oak Park golf course. There are various paths and a clearing providing a wonderful area for children to play and explore. The drawing and sitting rooms have French doors leading onto the South-West facing gravel terrace. A brick outbuilding, currently used as a workshop/store, has potential to be converted into office space if required. About 2.1 acres.


Ewshot Cottage is situated on the edge of the village of Ewshot, on the Surrey/Hampshire border and close to the quintessential village of Crondall. Crondall is within 1.5 miles and has a village shop, two pubs, an ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted-rated primary school, recreation ground and village hall. The Georgian market town of Farnham offers an excellent range of boutique and high street shopping, recreational and educational facilities, a leisure centre and a good choice of state and private schools. The towns of Fleet and Odiham are easily accessible with the major centres of Guildford and Basingstoke slightly further afield. The excellent private schools nearby include Danes Hill, Frensham Heights, Charterhouse and Lord Wandsworth College. Communications are excellent with Farnham’s mainline station, with services to London/Waterloo within 3.1 miles, and the A31/A3/M25 providing access to London, Heathrow, Gatwick and the South Coast. Junction 5 of the M3 is 6.5 miles away.


From Farnham proceed up Castle Street continuing on to Folly Hill. At the lights turn left towards Odiham. At the roundabout bear left and continue a short distance on the A287. Turn left onto Heath Lane, signposted Oak Park Golf Club and at the next lane turn left towards Doras Green Lane. Ewshot Cottage can be found on the right hand side.

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Other features

  • Period charm and character with over 3,100 square foot of accommodation
  • Triple aspect drawing room with fireplace
  • Kitchen, breakfast room & separate dining room
  • Sitting room, family room, snug plus study
  • Vaulted main bedroom, four further bedrooms plus dressing room
  • Two bathrooms, utility, cloakroom
  • Double garage, detached outbuilding
  • Extensive landscaped gardens and woodland, over 2.1 acres

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Ref: FRN010276

Doras Green Lane, Ewshot Farnham Surrey GU10

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Ref: FRN010276

Doras Green Lane, Ewshot Farnham Surrey GU10

Guide Price