This wonderfully spacious, detached, family home is situated in an enviable position on one of the area's premier private roads. The six-double bedroom, six-bathroom property benefits from a quiet ...
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This wonderfully spacious, detached, family home is situated in an enviable position on one of the area's premier private roads. The six-double bedroom, six-bathroom property benefits from a quiet location within easy walking distance of Clandon Station. The grounds extend to almost 2 acres and include a heated swimming pool and private woodland. Further accommodation is provided with the addition of a detached 'garden cottage'.
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Description The property is entered via double oak front doors leading to the wide entrance hall, with solid wood flooring and doors to the principle reception rooms. Double doors lead through to the superb kitchen/breakfast room, the real hub of the home, which extends to almost 30 ft. The kitchen benefits from a large central island with breakfast bar, granite work surfaces, a beautiful 4-oven Aga and a walk-in pantry. There is a delightful sitting area complete with wood burning stove and French doors which lead to the extensive patio area and gardens beyond. A separate utility room, off the kitchen, boasts a large Belfast sink and provides outside access to secure fenced area, perfect for the family dog. Additional downstairs accommodation includes a formal dining room, separate sitting room, family room with doors to the garden and a study. There is also the benefit of a ground floor guest bedroom, with en-suite shower room, as well as a separate cloakroom.
First Floor An attractive galleried staircase leads to a bright landing and the main bedroom accommodation of four double bedrooms. The master bedroom suite is impressive in size with built-in wardrobes and a balcony overlooking the rear garden. An additional feature of this room is the 'his & hers' bathrooms, one with a bathroom and the other a dressing area and shower room, both fitted to a modern standard. A further double bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms and a large family bathroom complete the upstairs accommodation.
In addition, there is a further shower room, upstairs double bedroom and kitchenette accessed from the family room. This area makes perfect annexe accommodation, if required, or a home office.
Garden Cottage Further to all of this formal accommodation, there is also a cosy, detached 'garden cottage' which offers a reception room open-plan to the kitchen area, a bathroom and bedroom.
Outside The plot extends to around two acres in total, which includes a light wooded area and 'natural pond'. To the front of the property is a carriage-style driveway with plenty of parking and access to the integral double garage. Side access then leads to the huge, full width, split-level patio perfect for entertaining. The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn and well enclosed with hedges and mature trees and features a fully-enclosed heated swimming pool with summer house. Towards the end of the garden is a pretty natural pond, which attracts a variety of wildlife and a wonderful private, gated woodland, ideal for children to explore. The land is bordered to the rear by a stream and beyond overlooks farmland.
Oak Grange Road Oak Grange Road is considered the premier private road within the village of West Clandon with properties rarely becoming available in the open market. This long winding road features an array of different properties with residents who have lived on the road for many years. Lakeside lies towards the end of the road and benefits from one of the larger gardens and is within walking distance of Clandon Station.
Location West Clandon is a popular village which appeared in the Doomsday Book listed as Clanedum. The village has two pubs, a Saxon church, village school as well as a British Legion and a garden centre at Clandon Park (National Trust property and the former home of the Earl of Onslow). Local shops can be found at Ripley, Send and Merrow with two supermarkets at Burpham. Guildford Town Centre, for more comprehensive facilities lies about 4 miles to the southeast.
Rail services are available at West Clandon to London Waterloo in about 50 mins or the same at Woking for about 22 mins The A3 is a few minutes drive away and links to J10 of the M25 for links to London & Heathrow or anticlockwise for Gatwick.
The area is surrounded by National Trust and farmland which is ideal for walking, riding and cycling with stunning views from the North Downs to the South Downs can be found at Newlands Corner.
Walking distance of Clandon Station
Four reception rooms
Further detached cottage
In total 4600sq ft
Around 2 acre plot
Heated swimming pool
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