This stunning property is understood to date back to 1560 and was believed to have been the coach house to the local manor house. With strong Tudor influences throughout the house, of note period lead windows, parquet flooring and exposed beams.
Superbly positioned within the Givons Grove Estate, just outside Leatherhead. The estate covers over 130 acres of grounds and has over 100 properties. The property is surrounded by breathtaking countryside to include The Surrey Hills.
The property has many notable features to include an inglenook fireplace and a clock tower and parapet which provides spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. The main accommodation on the ground floor consists of a beautiful drawing room, dining room and a lovely snug. All leading out to the enclosed rear courtyard. A further conservatory and family can also be found this time leading out to the main courtyard and gardens.
Also on the ground floor leading up to the first floor is a guest annexe comprising of two bedrooms, sitting room and a bathroom which can be accessed via a separate entrance. Leading up from the main staircase are four further bedroom suites with en-suite facilities.
A separate one bedroom cottage is also located on the grounds with an open plan kitchen / living room, bedroom and bathroom.
The gardens and grounds with mature trees, rose garden, shrubs and paddock are well maintained via a irrigation system which is collects from the runoff of the land and keeps the gardens watered all year round.
The main courtyard houses the seven car garage block with glass electric up and over doors, benefitting from heating, air conditioning and a separate alarm system.
A former Ice House is located within the grounds containing a series of storage rooms and cellars.
The house is surrounded by a path way which leads down from the front courtyard to a terrace in front of the conservatory. This is bordered by an iron rail fence , located on the other side is an expanse of parkland with mature trees and copper beech hedging. An archway at the top of the garden leads back through to the driveway and paddock. To the rear of the courtyard is a raised BBQ area, which can be access from all reception rooms to the rear of the property.