A well-presented period country house set in an elevated position at the end of a long drive with far reaching views.
Approached down a long drive through a parkland setting, Ridgeway House is a well-modernised period property benefitting from far reaching views towards Farnham.
Tracing its roots back to the 14th century, the property has been extended over time, primarily with a Georgian personality and a large Victorian extension was subsequently further enlarged, sympathetically, in the early 1990's. Today, extending to almost 9,000 sq ft, the property has beautifully proportioned interiors and the rooms flow from one to another making it ideal for entertaining on a grand scale. The principal rooms all benefit from a southerly aspect and take full advantage of the delightful rural outlook.
Ridgway House is an extremely comfortable family home with the benefit of a gardener's cottage and a one bedroom cottage to one end of the house (if required).
Gardens and Grounds
The entrance to the property is to the north west and is approached through electric wooden gates. This leads to a tree lined avenue through which a drives snakes its way down through the paddock with southerly views to the house and beyond. A spur drive leads off to the garage. The garden and grounds have been landscaped to make the most of Ridgeway House's fine setting and southerly aspect. The majority of the gardens are laid to lawn and are found on the southern side of the property. There is an outdoor swimming pool (oil and solar heated) and an all-weather clay tennis court to the eastern side of the property. Beyond the formal lawns, to the south, is a large paddock, whilst to the north of the house is a large walled vegetable garden with two greenhouses and raised vegetable beds.
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Incredible space, flexibility and elegance with a fabulously convenient position.Clive Moon