A modernist masterpiece by Sir Raymond McGrath, St Ann’s Court is a truly unique country estate in Surrey. Set in award-winning, historical grounds, the property comprises the main McGrath-designed modernist “Round House”, which extends to approximately 6,500 sq ft, and a converted 19th century “Coach House” which provides a further area of approximately 4,500 sq ft.
Set in over eight acres, both of these stunning homes have been comprehensively and immaculately refurbished by the current owners. Accommodation comprises five reception rooms, six bedrooms, five bath/shower rooms. Separate coach house used as a creative work space, featuring a world class music studio, games room, offices, guest flat and triple garaging. The Round House extends to approximately 6,500 sq ft with beautiful open plan spaces, a grand staircase and carefully planned rooms to create light and aspects that impress. Set privately yet only 20 meters from the main house is the converted 19th century “Coach House” which provides 4,600 sq ft of contemporary and stylish accommodation along with a state of the art world class recording studio where many famous musical albums have been recorded. The property has been featured in numerous movies and TV series and is sought after by top photographers.
St Ann’s Hill Road is an enviable and secluded road on top of St Anns Hill which itself is largely a nature reserve. Located moments from Chertsey, a picturesque town in the Runnymede borough of Surrey on the River Thames. Transport links are excellent with the M25 easily accessible, leading easily to the M3 and M4. Heathrow airport Terminal 5 can be reached in just ten minutes with access to Heathrow Express which takes a mere 20 minutes to Central London, (or Piccadilly Tube line which takes longer). There is also the smaller Fairoaks airport even closer for private planes. Nearby train stations are Virginia Water, Chertsey and Staines with direct services to London Waterloo.
The nearby towns of Chertsey, Virginia Water, Ascot and Windsor offer a broad range of shopping and dining opportunities and the area is particularly renowned for its private schools (Eton College, Salesian, Sir William Perkins, Papplewick, Sunningdale and St John’s Beaumont) and sporting opportunities (horse racing at Ascot, boating on the Thames and golf at Wentworth).