This beautiful family home is set in 20 acres of stunning equestrian grounds, forming part of King Henry VIII former hunting grounds. The property is approached via a tree lined driveway that runs through the paddocks leading directly to the front of the property. The accommodation is bright and spacious and arranged over three floors.
- 20 Acres Of Grounds
- 3 Reception Rooms
- Character Home Dating Back To 1919
- Kitchen/Dining/Family Room
- Equestrian Facilities
- 2 Bathrooms
- 5 Bedrooms
- 8 Stables
- Triple Garage
This beautiful family home is set in 20 acres of stunning equestrian grounds, forming part of King Henry VIII former hunting grounds. The property is approached via a tree lined driveway that runs through the paddocks leading directly to the front of the property.
The accommodation is bright and spacious and arranged over three floors. The large entrance hall leads to a number of reception rooms, all with high ceilings including the principle drawing room with bay window looking out to the front with brick fireplace. There is a large study that could comfortably be used as a family room or formal dining suite, along with another reception room looking out to the front of the property. The kitchen/diner/family room opens up to the rear of the property and boasts a fabulous roof lantern allowing light to flood in creating a fantastic entertaining space. There is also a separate utility room with external access. On the first floor there are 4 double bedrooms and two family bathrooms including the principle bedroom suite with bay windows overlooking the paddocks. On the second floor there is a large landing with space for an additional study along with a large bedroom and bathroom. This space would be ideal for guests or an au-pair. What really sets this property apart are the extensive grounds that include 8 stables with mains electricity and water, 2 tack rooms, rug rooms, a very large hay barn and a feed room. There is a 40' x 20' menage and also a triple garage along with ample parking on the driveway. The grounds are incredibly peaceful and offer a unique and exciting opportunity, as well as fantastic hacking routes to either Chobham Common or Stafford Lake.
Chobham is one of the most popular villages in Surrey. At the centre of The High Street is St Lawrence Church with its very fine Medieval tower. There is a good selection of local shops, some excellent restaurants and The Sun pub is a favourite with the locals. More extensive shopping centres can be found in Guildford and in Woking offering fast mainline rail service to London Waterloo. Chobham Village also has an excellent rugby club with a large and flourishing junior section and tennis club. There are a number of leisure centres and health clubs in the general area and Chobham Golf Club which backs onto the property.
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