A substantial portion of an impressive Edwardian country house set in delightful grounds

The property has more than 3,000 sq ft of versatile accommodation arranged over three floors, with many of the principle rooms enjoying the far reaching views over the surrounding countryside.

The ground floor has two well-proportioned reception rooms, the drawing room and the family room. Both have wooden flooring, while the drawing room has a brick-built fireplace, fitted with a wood burning stove and the family room has French doors opening onto the rear terrace. The 27ft kitchen and breakfast room boasts stylish wooden units with granite worktops, a central island and a range cooker. French doors open onto the large terrace creating an impressive area for both formal and informal entertaining. The property also benefits from a generous cellar, suitable for a variety of uses.

There is one bedroom on the ground floor, with an en suite shower room, while the first floor has a further three double bedrooms, all of which are en suite, including the generous principal bedroom. There is a further bedroom on the second floor, as well as the family bathroom.

This property has 15 acres of land.

Outside

Prestwick House is approached via a sweeping tarmac drive which leads to the property, 3 Prestwick House is located on the left-hand side. There is a detached garaging block with two garages and a carport, providing plenty of parking and storage space. The stunning gardens and grounds are a particular feature of the property and include a large area of paved terracing, extensive lawns, a vegetable garden with green house and poly-tunnel, as well as a variety of established flower beds, shrubs and mature trees. At the end of the formal garden, a gate leads into the private woodland with wide mown paths and a delightful picnic area. Our vendors are keen wine enthusiasts and have planted a small vineyard which yields up to 100 bottles of wine a year.

Situation

The property is located in a rural position, a mile and a half from the sought-after village of Chiddingfold. The village has an extremely picturesque village green, plus several day-today amenities, including village stores, a post office, chemist, and a choice of pubs. The town of Haslemere, with its choice of supermarkets and extensive amenities, is just over two miles away, while transport links are excellent – the A3 is less than six miles away, while fast and efficient rail services to London run from Witley, two miles away (55 minutes to London Waterloo). The peace and tranquillity of the countryside is also on Chiddingfold’s doorstep, with the South Downs National Park and Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty both close-at-hand. There is an excellent selection of schools in the surrounding area, while leisure facilities are plentiful and of excellent quality.

Directions

From Strutt & Parker’s Haslemere office, take the High Street, heading north. After a mile and a half, in the village of Grayswood, turn right onto Lower Road. After a third of a mile, turn left onto Prestwick Lane and continue for a mile, before taking the entrance on your right-hand side. Prestwick House is at the end of the lane.

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Ref: HSL180112

Prestwick House, Prestwick Lane Chiddingfold Surrey GU8

Guide Price
£1,600,000

Ref: HSL180112

Prestwick House, Prestwick Lane Chiddingfold Surrey GU8

Guide Price
£1,600,000