Exclusive, private and mature position with 7 acres of communal grounds

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3 The Courtyard is a charming period property converted around 2010 from a 17th century stable block previously forming part of the Moor Park House private estate. Nine properties in all are arranged around a pretty, landscaped courtyard. This particular property is immaculately presented and has been beautifully maintained by the current owners. A light and spacious hallway gives access to the kitchen, with the dining room and sitting room beyond. The kitchen is well-equipped with a full range of Bosch integrated appliances and leads to the separate utility room at the rear with an integrated Bosch washer/dryer and boiler. There is underfloor heating throughout with a wood burning stove and programmable downlighting in the sitting room. A hard-wired surround sound music system can be controlled from each room. There are three double bedrooms on the first floor, one with an en suite shower room. There is also a large family bathroom. This is a stunning property with character in a beautiful, historic setting. EPC rating D.

Outside

A pillared and gated entrance with security entry phone system leads onto a shared driveway with parking, turning and garaging. The property has a garage plus its own allocated parking space. Immediately in front of 3 The Courtyard is a small, well-planned, landscaped private garden bounded by pleached hedging. The established communal park-like gardens to the south of Moor Park House extend to around 7 acres and are a particular feature including generous areas of level lawn leading down to the banks of the River Wey and complimented by seasonal planting, mature trees and a walled garden.

Situation

The Courtyard sits in a prime semi-rural position off Compton Way in the exclusive Moor Park House private estate, with grounds noted for their great landscape value adjoining National Trust land and the North Downs Way with its opportunities for walking, riding and cycling. There are several top class golf courses nearby including Hindhead and Hankley. The Georgian market town of Farnham offers an excellent choice of pubs, bars and restaurants, along with an extensive range of High Street, independent shopping and recreational facilities. There is an excellent choice of state and private schools including Edgeborough, Frensham Heights, St Nicholas’, More House School and Lord Wandsworth College. Communications are convenient with the nearby A331/M3 and A31/A3 linking to London and the south coast, while the mainline station in Farnham provides a regular train service to London (London/Waterloo from 53 minutes) and is just over 1 mile away.

Directions

Leave Farnham south across the A31 and over the crossing bearing left into Waverley Lane. After about 0.5 mile turn left into Old Compton Lane and follow the road down to the right. At the bottom of the hill turn left into Moor Park Lane. Turn right into the entrance for Moor Park House. There is parking on the right just before the main house. The pedestrian entrance to The Courtyard is found via the wrought iron gates located under the clock tower, or through a single iron gate to the right of Number 3.

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Other features

  • Period Mews in the grounds of historic Moor Park House
  • Extensive parkland like communal grounds of 7 acres
  • Secure gated entrance
  • Sitting room with woodburner
  • Dining room, kitchen, separate utility
  • Main bedroom with en suite
  • Two further bedrooms plus bathroom
  • Detached garage
  • Additional parking
  • Private courtyard garden

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Ref: FRN190018

The Courtyard, Moor Park House Way Farnham Surrey GU10

Guide Price
£735,000

Ref: FRN190018

The Courtyard, Moor Park House Way Farnham Surrey GU10

Guide Price
£735,000