Tilford Street, Tilford, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 2BW | Property for sale | Savills
6,103 sq ft(566.99 sq m)
Guide price £2,750,000

Tilford StreetTilford, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 2BW

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Beautifully refurbished period house
  • Spacious kitchen breakfast room
  • Lapsed planning to extend
  • Pretty established grounds and gardens
  • Outbuildings including garage, stores and dovecote.
  • Heart of a sought after village

Beautiful unlisted period country house with around two acres in the heart of a sought after village.

About this property

  • Woodhill is a beautiful unlisted period country house nestled in the heart of the sought after village of Tilford. This handsome home is believed to date back to the Regency era, has been sympathetically modernised so that it now has contemporary features to complement its charm. Throughout the house, there are retained period features such as internal ceiling arches, sash windows which have been complemented by modern interior finishes. This excellent family home with over 6000 sq ft internal accommodation that is very versatile.

    On the ground floor, the property is entered via a wide oak front door leading to spacious and light entrance hall. The generously sized reception rooms include a drawing room and family room, both with log burning stoves, and a large playroom/games room. All enjoy views over the garden.

    The heart of this home undoubtedly the superb kitchen/breakfast room with handmade kitchen and twin islands with room for dining and access to the garden. There is also a boot room, utility room and several downstairs cloakrooms.

    Upstairs, accessed by a bespoke oak staircase, a spacious galleried landing leads to a principal bedroom with en suite and dressing room, an en suite guest bedroom, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedroom five is accessed via a separate staircase. There is a sitting room, bedroom and shower room which has its own access which could be used as an annexe. It can also be access from the main house through the laundry room, which could be made into a kitchen to enable the annexe to be self-contained.

    Outside, the property is approached through electric double wooden gates and a long sweeping driveway which winds and is flanked by level lawns.

    The grounds approaching two acres, are predominantly laid to lawn, with many mature trees, a pretty dovecote and a large landscaped patio area. There is double timber framed garage with carport and storage and an extensive parking area. Accessed from the rear of the property there is a private courtyard area with a further double garage.

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This is wonderful sought after village home.

Rory McKenzieProperty agent

Local information

  • The property is located in the village of Tilford within the Surrey Hills AONB. The village centre is around 150 metres away and offers a picturesque cricket green with active cricket club, tennis club, two public houses, a shop/Post Office and a scenic river the locals enjoys along with local directly accessible walks The Georgian town centre of Farnham is less than five miles away, offering a comprehensive selection of amenities, shops and restaurants with a number of restaurants. Both village and town host and array of seasonal events.
  • The larger county town of Guildford, (around 14 miles away) offers a variety is one of Surrey's principal shopping centres.
  • The A3 and the A31 (Hogs Back) are around 4 miles from the property, providing access to London and the South Coast. Farnham's train station offers services to London Waterloo in under an hour.
  • There are a number of schools in the area including; All Saints Infant School and Waverley Abbey junior school in Tilford, Frensham Heights, Edgeborough and More House in Frensham, Barfield in Runfold, and Amesbury and St. Edmund's in Hindhead.
  • Golf is also available nearby at clubs including, Hankley Common and Hindhead.
  • For outdoor enthusiasts, this part of Surrey offers excellent walking and riding opportunities in the nearby countryside including direct access to Crooksbury Hill, Hankley Common and Frensham Common, owned by The National Trust, and the Bourne Woods.

Additional information

  • All mains services.
  • Agents' note: Planning permission was granted in Jan 2021 but is now lapsed to demolish the courtyard garages and replace them with additional ground floor residential accommodation and a mezzanine galley, that would be connected to the house by a glass link. Planning Application ref: - WA/2021/0156 - Valid From 13/01/2021.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G