A stunning Grade II listed country house located in beautiful Surrey countryside with 12 acres.
Tuesley Manor is a superb family home oozing immense character and charm throughout with many original features retained. The gardens and grounds extend to 12 acres. Tuesley Manor is Grade II listed with the original property dating back to the 11th century.The current house originates from the 15th century with substantial extensions in the 16th, 17th and 19th centuries. The house has particular historical interest as it is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The current owners have extended and refurbished to create a wonderful spacious kitchen/breakfast/family room with separate larder and pantry which leads to an airy dining room with contemporary fire line flueless fire. The dining room opens onto a veranda overlooking the courtyard garden. The drawing room is spacious with generous ceiling heights and double aspect onto the surrounding gardens and grounds. There is a contemporary fire bowl in the original fire-place. Adjacent is the open hall with a superb inglenook fireplace, and stunning original exposed oak beams. Two cloak rooms, a study with separate staircase to the first floor, a gym and extensive storage room with mezzanine complete the ground floor. Accessed part way up the central staircase is a second study or further bedroom.The first floor includes the principal bedroom has a spacious dressing area as well as a generous en suite bathroom. There is a further dressing room across the landing and the principal bedroom has access to a lovely roof terrace facing east. Two other en suite bedrooms form part of the earliest rooms of the house include original exposed oak window trusses and beams). Finally a generous sized walk in linen room and additional walk-in store room.On the second floor there are three further spacious bedrooms, one with an en suite bathroom and another with an adjoining study and finally a family bathroom.The house is constructed of Bargate stone and brick under a tile roof, and is set around a central courtyard which connects the buildings. This includes a two bedroom cottage and a spacious one bedroom annexe retreat as well as the art gallery/games room to the main house. There is a separate building housing an indoor swimming pool with side walls that retract open on both sides. The gardens and grounds extend to 12 acres including an 8 acre wood with wildlife observation hut centrally positioned. It all combines to create asuperb compact country estate minutes from Godalming with good access to London and the south coast.The accommodation for Garden Cottage is arranged over one floor and comprises a kitchen, bathroom, sitting room as well as two bedrooms.The Retreat can either be integrated with Garden Cottage or used as separate accommodation. The open plan kitchen/living room with central staircase leads up to a bedroom and bathroom. There is also access to the games room which is currently used as an artist gallery. This games room opens onto the gardens and grounds. There is a heated indoor swimming pool to the east of the house and accessed easily from the cloakroom.The gardens provide a lovely setting for the house and include many attractive features including a brook which runs from east to west through the gardens and is crossed by a wooden bridge. To the north of the house sloping lawns run down to the brook. The ground then rises up to a large bank of woodland which provides protection to the property. There is a disused tennis lawn to the north of the house with the garden continuing around to the west of the house where the indoor swimming pool is located. The south of the house is protected from the country lane by a high stone wall
Milford Station 1.4 miles with a pedestrian access of around 0.25 miles (London Waterloo approximately 50 minutes), Godalming 1.5 miles, A3 3 miles, Guildford 6 miles (London Waterloo approximately 35 minutes), London 40 miles