Hawks Hill is an attractive and immaculately presented family home with light, airy and flexible accommodation, well-suited for modern living. Traditional double doors open into a welcoming reception hall, with wood flooring, which gives access to the reception rooms. There is a triple-aspect sitting room featuring a wood-burning stove and at the rear of the property, the well-fitted kitchen has wall and base level units, with granite work surfaces and features an Aga oven. There is space for a breakfast table and French doors allow access to the outside. Adjacent is the elegant dining room which is ideal for entertaining and opens into an impressive Amdega orangery with its doors opening onto a garden terrace. A double sided open working fireplace connects the dining room with the orangery. The ground floor also provides an office, utility and boot room, as well as a cloakroom. First floor accomodation comprises a double aspect principal bedroom suite, with a well-fitted walk-in dressing area and luxury bathroom with free-standing bath. In addition, there are four further bedrooms, one of which is currently used as an office, and a family bathroom.
This property has 0.45 acres of land.
The property is approached from the lane via a timber five-bar gate onto an extensive gravel driveway where there is ample parking for cars and which leads to an entrance porch and an alarmed timber-framed garage with electric shutter, currently used as a home gym. Evergreen hedging forms a boundary to the road, with the front garden having an area laid to lawn, with flower borders and pathways. Of particular note is the rear garden, which has been terraced and cleverly designed to provide the perfect outdoor dining and seating space, with an extensive and striking southfacing tiered decking area. Paved pathways, areas of decorative gravel and specimen trees complement the design. A further terrace adjoins the orangery, and there is an extensive multi-sport astro pitch which is securely fenced and has a backdrop of mature oak trees.
Hawks Hill occupies a delightful position, on the edge of a Conservation Area, within walking distance of this charming village. A short walk down the lane brings you to the Firebird microbrewery and Milk Churn coffee shop. Other amenities include local shops, country pubs, GP Surgery, Dentist and Church. The villages of Cranleigh and Billinghurst both provide more extensive shopping and leisure facilities, while Horsham offers an eclectic range of high street and independent shops, coffee shops and restaurants, including a John Lewis. The regional centre of Guildford provides a comprehensive range of shops, restaurants, bars as well as cultural and sporting facilities. The surrounding countryside provides miles of breathtaking landscape for the outdoor enthusiast and there is an extensive range of sporting facilities close by which include Slinfold Golf and Country Club, racing at Goodwood and Polo at Hurtwood Park and Cowdray Park. There are a number of excellent schools in the area which include which include Pennthorpe, Farlington, Cranleigh, Duke of Kent, Hurtwood House, St Catherines and Charterhouse.
From A24, exit the motorway onto the A264 and then the A281 signposted to Guildford. Following the road for approximately 6.5 miles and then take the right turning onto Lynwick Street. After approximately a mile, the property will be found on the left-hand side of the road.Read all