• For Sale
  • Guide price 2,000,000 GBP 
  • Build Size: 3,353 ft2
  • Land Size: 3,353 ft2
  • Bedroom: 5
  • Bathroom: 4
An historic and extremely comfortable Grade II listed country house in an enviable setting with distant rural views.
Henley Park Farm House is a fine Grade II listed country house often found further afield in Hampshire yet rarely seen in these parts of Surrey. Understood to date from 1654 and owned by our clients for the last 13 years, the house is packed full of historic charm with beams and working fireplaces. the house has been designed for modern family living with approximately 3353 sq ft of well-presented accommodation including three good reception rooms, a conservatory and a wonderful kitchen/breakfast room with electric Aga and a cinema room. The principal bedroom faces south and affords distant views over its own land and beyond to the Hogs Back. There are four further bedrooms and three bathrooms. In addition, there is wonderful attic space which could (subject to any consents) be converted to further bedroom accommodation.The property is approached off the road through an impressive cantilevered gate into a sweeping gravel driveway with plenty of parking near to the house. The actual gardens have been lovingly laid out to provide masses of year-round colour with well stock borders and a south facing terrace. Part of the garden has irrigation with water provided from a well on the property. Further from the house is the paddock with detached substantial garage/stable block which can either be three garages and one stable or two garages and two stables.
Henley Park Farm House occupies a private position surrounded by its own land on the edge of Normandy Village. Normandy is the start point of the Christmas Pie trail which leads into Guildford through woods, commons and meadows. In a rural setting, many footpaths, bridleways and other small roads suitable for horse riding, cycling and walking criss-cross the parish. A short distance of the Hampshire border, the parish of Normandy includes Wyke, Christmas Pie, Willey Green, Pinewood and Flexford. The southern part of the parish lies within a mile of the Hogs Back on the North Downs whilst the northern part undulates through woodlands and commons.The nearby villages of Worplesdon and Pirbright offer a selection of pubs, restaurants and amenities. Woking, Farnham and the County town of Guildford, both provide excellent shopping, recreational and educational facilities whilst there are superb schools in the area including Guildford High, St. Catherine's and Tormead for girls, Royal Grammar School for boys. There are also several good golf courses in the immediate area including Worplesdon, Woking & West Hill and Merrist Wood.Local train services run from Wanborough and Ash stations connecting to Reading to the west and Guildford to the East. Worplesdon village has a main line station and there are fast commuter rail services to London Waterloo. There is access to the A3 which connects with the M25 at junction 10 (Wisley) giving easy access to Heathrow and Gatwick international airports and central London.Wanborough Station 2.0 miles, A31 (Hogs Back) 3.2 miles, Guildford Station 7.4 miles (London Waterloo about 35 minutes),Brookwood Station 3.8 miles (London Waterloo about 40 minutes).
Tim Harriss
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