A delightful 17th Century Grade II listed farmhouse with around 7,000 sq ft of workshop and offices

This pretty detached, Grade ll listed farmhouse is believed to date from the late 1600s and was subsequently extended by the present owners in 1999. The accommodation is situated over three floors. There is an entrance porch gives access to the dual aspect dining room with wide oak floor boards and underfloor heating and a stunning kitchen/breakfast room with an Aga. This room has a natural stone floor also with underfloor heating, an inglenook fireplace with wooden bressumer, brick hearth, exposed ceiling beams and a Mark Wilkinson farmhouse style kitchen with Carrara marble work surfaces. There is a built in fridge with space for a microwave over, built in Neff dishwasher and 2 ring electric hob, fitted Welsh dresser with glazed display doors, central kitchen island unit with cupboards and open shelving. The utility room, cloakroom and family room are accessed from the kitchen. There is a sitting room with inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and exposed wall beams, a drawing room with under floor heated flagstone floor, a recessed fireplace, and built in book shelving incorporating cupboards.

Stairs lead from the inner hall to the first floor accommodation where there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom and a master bedroom suite with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and glazed double doors opening onto a Juliette balcony which overlooks the gardens and fields beyond. The oak floorboards also have underfloor heating. The en suite shower room has an enclosed shower with raindrop head, bidet, wash basin and low level w.c.

This property has 4.28 acres of land.

Outside

The house is approached via a long drive, with woods on either side and opens to a parking area with formal gardens on one side and fields on the other. There are two duck ponds, a small paddock, kitchen garden and orchard.

A notable feature of the property are the extensive outbuildings which include a large barn of steel portal frame construction with concrete floor, providing approximately 4,954 sq ft of workshop on the ground floor and about 1,308 sq ft of office space on the first floor. Additionally, there is a small covered cattle yard, a granary a timber cottage with kitchen, bathroom and living area with wood burning stove.

Situation

Wildfields Farm is situated in a private and rural location on the edge of this popular Surrey village, approximately 2 miles from Guildford. The village, with its active modern church, nursery school, public house and local shop, provide day to day needs, whilst the county town of Guildford with its wide selection of shopping and leisure facilities is easily accessible.

Although rural in its general atmosphere, Wood Street village is extremely convenient and well placed for the commuter with main line stations at Guildford, Worplesdon or Woking and good access on to the A3 (about 1.5 miles) which in turn connects with the M25 providing easy access to London, the south coast, Heathrow and Gatwick airports. There is also a good bus service from the village green.

Additionally, there are cycle and walking paths that give access to miles of common land. There is an excellent selection of schools in the general area.

A first class choice of retail and recreational amenities can be found in Guildford which lies just over 2 miles to the south. This historic county town offers an extensive range of shops, including two department stores and sporting facilities such as the Surrey Sports Park and Spectrum Leisure Centre. For entertainment there are two well known theatres, the Yvonne Arnaud and Electric Light Theatre, together with a wide selection of restaurants and bars.

Directions

From Guildford take the A322 Woodbridge Road. Turn right at the traffic lights and at the roundabout go under the A3 taking the Aldershot Road (A322). Continue over the mini roundabout and at the next roundabout turn left into Broad Street, leading to Wood Street Village. Take the left turning into Pinks Hill just before the village school and continue down the track. Wildfields Farm will be found at the end.

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Other features

  • Entrance hall
  • Sitting room
  • Dining room
  • Drawing room
  • Family room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Utility/boot room
  • Cloakroom
  • Cellar
  • Master bedroom with en suite shower room
  • 3 Further bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • 4,906 sq ft Workshop with 1,808 sq ft office space above
  • Wooden single storey cottage comprising: Open plan kitchen/living/bedroom area and a separate bathroom
  • Granary
  • Small cattle shed
  • Formal gardens and grounds
  • About 5 acres
  • Wildfields Farm has an EPC rating of F

Other details

  • Floorplan
  • Map & Street View
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Ref: GFD110124

Pinks Hill, Wood Street Village Guildford Surrey GU3

Asking Price
£1,500,000

Ref: GFD110124

Pinks Hill, Wood Street Village Guildford Surrey GU3

Asking Price
£1,500,000