Dye House Road, Near Thursley, Surrey, GU8 6QN | Property for sale | Savills
2,412 sq ft(224.08 sq m)
Guide price £2,350,000

Dye House RoadNear Thursley, Surrey, GU8 6QN

    Key features

    • Beautifully presented family house
    • Delightful position within the sought after village
    • Magnificent family kitchen with vaulted roof
    • Glorious gardens and grounds of over an acre
    • Two separate outbuildings
    • Double car port and additional parking

    Picturesque Grade II listed property quietly positioned in this popular Surrey village.

    About this property

    • Smallbrook Farm is an enchanting Grade II listed property dating back to the early 15th century, occupying a wonderful position down a pretty country lane. The property is excellently presented, with a wealth of character features and includes a fabulous extension which takes full advantage of the beautiful garden view. All of the rooms are of good proportions and the layout works very well for entertaining and modern living.

      The property begins with a pretty open gabled porch giving way to a welcoming entrance hall, leading to a pleasant sitting room with a timber floor and open brick fireplace. The extension to the property provides a fabulous space for the family kitchen, created out of an exposed oak frame with pitched and glazed lantern roof with wide bi fold glazed doors on the garden side. There is underfloor heating throughout the ground floor and a stylish fitted kitchen with marble flooring, designed around an island with breakfast bar seating. The kitchen features granite worktops and fitted appliances including fridge, freezer, dishwasher and wine store and there is a range oven. In addition to the principal living rooms, there is a comfortable snug/tv den with a lovely Inglenook fireplace, and separate study. A utility room and guest WC complete the ground floor accommodation.

      On the first floor there is a principal bedroom, three further double bedrooms and two bathrooms.

      Within the grounds there is a detached double garage with studio, kitchen and shower room approached separately from the side. There is also a secondary outbuilding (opposite the back door from the kitchen) which is another useful studio with separate shower room.

      The gardens and grounds are glorious having been landscaped with an elevated terrace and a mixture of formal garden, wild and woodland areas. The beautiful terrace with York stone paving is accessible directly from the family kitchen which is perfect for alfresco dining and relaxing. A rolling lawn is surrounded by an attractive array of established specimen trees and rhododendrons all underplanted with seasonal flowering bulbs. The wild meadow and woodland areas lead down to a scenic brook. Across the country lane there is a further area of private garden.

      In total the land area of the property measure around 1.1 acres.

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    Wonderfully pretty house, beautiful gardens and a picturesque setting. I love the bright open plan kitchen with views across the extensive gardens.

    Alastair MercerProperty agent

    Local information

    • Smallbrook Farm is located down a country lane, just under a mile from the charming Surrey village of Thursley, a highly sought-after Surrey village. Thursley lies within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is also designated as a Nation Nature Reserve. This picturesque village boasts an 11th century church, cricket green, and renowned local pub The Three Horseshoes, a village hall and the recreation ground with children's play area and where active cricket club play is directly opposite. The village of Thursley is the epitome of traditional English country life and has a wonderful sense of community.
    • The village of Elstead, about three miles away, provides village shops, doctors, vets and a choice of pubs the highly regarded primary school St. James.
    • The nearby Georgian market town of Farnham is about eight miles away, offering a comprehensive selection of amenities, shops and restaurants with a number of restaurants on the picturesque Castle Street and Lion and Lamb Yard. There is a Waitrose and Sainsbury's within the town with a larger Sainsbury's hypermarket on the edge of town.
    • Also close by are the country towns of Haslemere and Godalming (both about 7.5 miles away) with a more extensive range of shopping, entertainment and leisure facilities in the county town of Guildford (about 12 miles).
    • Road connections are excellent, with the A3 just over a mile away, which connects with the M25 at Wisley, providing a fast route to London, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports. There is a mainline station in Farnham, Godalming and Haslemere, each offering a fast service to London Waterloo (from 50 minutes).
    • There are excellent schools in the vicinity, catering for all age groups. In addition to the primary schools in Thursley and Elstead, there is Waverley Abbey Junior in Tilford. Secondary schools include Rodborough in Milford and Woolmer in Hindhead. Fee paying schools locally include Frensham Heights, More House and Edgeborough, Aldro and St Edmunds, Amesbury and Charterhouse and Priors Field.
    • There are wonderful opportunities for walking, riding and cycling and much of the nearby countryside belongs to The National Trust including Thursley Common and Hankley Common, which are accessible directly from the property. Other local notable National Trust beauty spots include Frensham Common and Great and Little Ponds, The Devil's Punchbowl, Witley Common

    Additional information

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