Wykehurst Lane, Ewhurst, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 7PF | Property for sale | Savills
4,849 sq ft(450.49 sq m)
Guide price £1,750,000(€1,995,369)

Wykehurst LaneEwhurst, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 7PF

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Spectacular proportions
  • Secluded location
  • Southerly views
  • Extensive gardens and grounds
  • Sweeping driveway and garaging for multiple vehicles

Magnificent wing with exceptional views set in over three acres.

About this property

  • East Wing is an exceptional period home forming the eastern half of an Edwardian country manor house. Formally High Wykehurst, commissioned by the Frecheville family in 1907, one of two houses in the parish designed by Ernest Newton RIBA. Situated in a tranquil elevated position the house boasts far reaching views to the south over formal gardens. East Wing has been tastefully updated in recent years offering impressive proportions and flexible living accommodation ideal for family and multi-generational living.

    Approaching the property you are immediately struck by a sense of arrival. Upon entering through the front door into the welcoming entrance hall you are naturally drawn through to the main south facing bay fronted drawing room, magnificent in size with large sash windows, detailed ornate cornicing and large open fireplace with striking marble surround. Immediately adjacent, a kitchen/breakfast room of equally impressive proportions benefits from large central island, built in appliances, Rangemaster cooker and French doors onto a delightful rear terrace. A second reception room, which could be used as a formal dining room, also enjoys spectacular proportions.

    To the rear of the property is a convenient back door giving access to a large secure gravelled driveway, a double oak framed garage with secure workshop and onwards to more formal gardens. A highly practical utility room is located to the rear of the house along with three large storage rooms and a large cellar offering scope for further storage. From the central hallway a wide, light filled, staircase leads you up to the wide first floor landing where the principal bedroom with superb proportions, large en suite and far reaching views over the rear gardens can be found. Two further double bedrooms, one en suite, and a spacious family bath/shower room complete the first floor. A further three, equally bright, double bedrooms and a shower room can be found on the second floor.

    The formal gardens are a particular feature of the property, beautifully laid out and maintained with a paved terrace overlooking large level lawn. Beyond the gardens to the south is a beautiful woodland with bluebells in the spring and rhododendrons in the summer months. The outdoor space at East Wing is the ideal place to relax and entertain.

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I love the outstanding proportions and far reaching views.

Ed TigheProperty agent

Local information

  • East Wing is located in the popular village of Ewhurst on the edge of the Surrey Hills. The village has a number of small shops including a village store and the recently refurbished restaurant with rooms, The Bulls Head Inn. There is an infant school within the village and a number of sought after primary, preparatory and secondary schools in the local area including Cranleigh School, Duke of Kent and Belmont.
  • Cranleigh is around two miles away and is known as England's largest village offering extensive facilities often found in a small market town. Within Cranleigh itself are many local independent shops and supermarkets, including an M&S Food Hall. Cranleigh Arts Centre hosts regular films, theatre, bands, comedy and children's shows.
  • The Surrey Hills are located just to the north and are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, well known for its rural feel and fabulous countryside. The area is perfect for walking, riding and cycling with several pretty villages nearby.
  • The larger county town of Guildford is approximately 10 miles away and has extensive shopping with a number of restaurants including a Gail's Bakery, The Ivy and Ivy Asia, and The March Hare. Guildford mainline station has a fast and regular link to central London with journey times from 35 minutes.
  • (All distances and mileages are approximate).

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: G
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: H