One of the finest and most historically important private houses in Shalford.
Six Bedrooms | Four Bathrooms (Two En Suites)Four/Five Reception RoomsStunning Kitchen/Breakfast RoomUtility Room | Cloakroom | Study | CellarAir-conditioning to all bedrooms and study | Under floor heating to ground floor and bathrooms. Detached Double Garagewith adjoining Garden Store | Wood StoreElectric Gated EntranceStunning Gardens, River and GroundsFormal, private and enclosed Walled GardenIn all approximately 2.3 acresDebnershe is an attractive Grade II listed, Queen Anne style home believed to have been built in the early-mid 18th century. It's impressive red brick façade under a clay tiled roof is well known as one of the iconic village houses within Shalford which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and lies approximately one mile outside main town Guildford.The river Tillingbourne that flows through the gardens of Debnershe with the Chantries Woods behind setting a beautiful backdrop of this impressive home. It's simple yet elegant elevations are punctuated with tall sash windows that afford its spacious, well-proportioned rooms with plenty of light. Internally it exudes the period features characteristic of its age; high ceilings, deep cornices, decorative architraves, floor to ceiling panelled rooms, oak and marble floors.The house is approached from Shalford Street through electric gates into a lit gravel driveway that leads round to the large circular driveway, double garage and outbuildings. The spectacular gardens are an impressive feature of the property to provide peaceful parkland grounds, as well as an expansive flat lawn, and many different courtyards, a bridge and summer house from which to fully enjoy this fine home.
Shalford Village 0.5 miles, Shalford Station 0.5 miles, Guildford High Street 1 miles, Central London 33.1 miles, Guildford Station 1.2 miles (from 37 minutes to London Waterloo), A3 (Guildford) 3.3 miles, M25 (Junction 10) 11.6 miles, Heathrow Airport 22.7 miles, Gatwick Airport 26.1 miles (all times and distances are approximate).