Handsome property with well-proportioned reception rooms, generous bedroom accommodation with a detached two bedroom cottage, set within parkland style gardens of about 4.3 acres.
Bracken House is located on the southern fringes of Farnham within the parish of Tilford. The village has a picturesque cricket green, two public houses and a shop/Post Office. The village is surrounded by glorious countryside.
Farnham is a handsome Georgian market town, which is approximately 2.5 miles away and has an extensive range of eateries including Cote, Bills and Gail's Bakery along with a variety of branded and independent shops, coffee shops and supermarkets including a Waitrose. The county town of Guildford offers a greater variety of shopping and recreational facilities.
The A31 is close-by and provides swift access to the A3, M3 (Junc.4) and the national motorway network as well as Heathrow, Gatwick and Southampton Airports. The mainline railway station in Farnham operates regular trains to London Waterloo.
There is an excellent choice of schools in the Farnham, Guildford and surrounding areas. These include Edgeborough, Frensham Heights, More House, St Edmunds, Amesbury, The Royal School, Aldro, Charterhouse, Prior's Field, The Royal Grammar School, Guildford High School and Tormead School.
Sporting facilities include golf at Farnham, Hankley Common and Hindhead. There is also sailing at Frensham Ponds. Tennis is available at The Bourne tennis club and there is a David Lloyd in Farnham.
From Bracken House there is direct access on to Crooksbury Hill and Common where there are views over southwest Surrey and east Hampshire across to the South Downs. The surrounding commons of Hankley Common, Thursley Common, Bourne Woods, Frensham Great and Little Pond offers ample opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding.
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The room proportions are consistently generous throughout this property, which would certainly suit a young family especially with the attached annexe for additional family to stay.Max Rhodes