An impressive Grade II listed residence, set in delightful landscaped grounds adjoining historic Bray church and overlooking the cricket ground.
An exceptional period house situated in the heart of the historic Thameside village of Bray. Chauntry House, originally built in 1754, has been fully renovated and restored to exacting standards creating a fine country residence.
This unique property which is beautifully styled by the current owner cleverly combines original features together with modern amenities. Features include deep bay windows to the front, fireplaces to the principal rooms, high ceilings, ornate
cornicing and celling roses which are complimented by modern leisure facilities including spa with sauna,steam room and hot tub. The result is a lovely home of great character and charm, situated in a picturesque village setting adjoining Bray Church
and enjoying pleasant views over Bray cricket ground.
Gardens and Grounds
The property is approached via electrically operated wrought
iron gates which open onto a sweeping shingle driveway
leading to an extensive parking area to the front of the house.
The delightful landscaped gardens which offer a high degree
of seclusion and privacy are principally laid to lawn with inset
flower/shrub beds. Mature trees including a magnificent redwood and a cedar are a particular feature in the gardens which wrap around the house. Of particular note is the walled courtyard garden with paved pathways and formal planting in raised beds. From here there are views of the tower of St. Michael's Church.
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One of the most iconic houses within the village, which has the most picturesque views over the village cricket ground. The condition throughout is outstanding and in my opinion definitely worth viewing.John Henson