The current planning permission reflects a magnificent 5 bedroom, 19,000 sq ft home, echoing the character of a traditional country manor, while a Lawful Use Certificate is in place for an additional lodge house of approx. 2,000 sq ft (subject to a detailed consent).
Approached via a 250 metre driveway off a country lane on the West Surrey/Hampshire borders, the extensive grounds provide a fine setting with a small estate feel –predominantly natural woodland, with paths and walking tracks, as well as approximately 5 acres for potentially landscaped gardens.
Buyers have the option to personalise the land and buildings as they see fit, including adding stables and adapting the current design for the main house – both in terms of square footage (bigger or smaller) and elevational finish – from classic Georgian, a super contemporary mansion.
Both Churt and Headley villages are a short drive from the plot, providing a good range of everyday facilities, while the old county towns of Farnham and Haslemere are also nearby. Several schools are close by, including Edgeborough, Frensham Heights, The Royal School, St Edmunds, Charterhouse and Priorsfield.
The surrounding countryside is interlaced with footpaths and bridleways and is renowned for its Commons, many within the ownership of The National Trust. Nearby Frensham Common and Ponds provides excellent walking and riding country.
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