Front Elevation
294.41 sq m
Guide price £1,550,000(45.791.662.746 ₫)

High PitfoldHindhead, Surrey, GU26 6BN


    Key features

    • Grade II listed 16th Century former farmhouse
    • Splendidly presented, thanks to the extensive renovations
    • Close proximity to National Trust heath and bridleways
    • Extensive equestrian facilities
    • Only 2.1 miles from Haslemere station

    Superbly renovated 16th century farmhouse with equestrian facilities

    About this property

    • A unique opportunity to purchase a beautiful Grade II listed 16th Century former farmhouse set within glorious grounds, which has been renovated to a high standard throughout and provides practical yet versatile accommodation. Characterful features remain throughout, including exposed timbers and brick walls, stone floors and feature fireplaces.
      The entrance hall is wide and inviting and immediately introduces you to the character and style of the property. There are two reception rooms, one with impressive ingle nook fireplace and log burner, the other with an open fireplace. Further on there is a ground floor bedroom with adjoining shower room.
      The open plan contemporarily finished kitchen/dining room is a particular feature of the property, which is a social family living space with views out to the garden, stables and paddocks beyond through the set of double bi-fold doors. The kitchen has been fitted to a high standard, with quartz work tops, traditional butler sink and AGA, with breakfast bar seating in the island and a walk in pantry. There is also a separate utility room and cellar accessed via the entrance hall.
      The first floor accommodates the master bedroom with en suite shower room and a further 4 bedrooms and family bathroom. All bedrooms are playfully accessed via two staircases and arranged in the characterful space, with views out to the garden and paddocks beyond.

      Gardens and Grounds
      To the front of the property, set behind automatic gates is a sweeping gravelled driveway leading to a large area of parking and triple car port and log store.
      There are formal gardens to the front and rear which are predominantly laid to lawn. The raised flagstone terrace provides the perfect vantage point from which to enjoy the view across the paddocks. It also creates the perfect space for outdoor entertaining.
      This delightful farmhouse and grounds is accompanies by a comprehensive range of equestrian facilities. The driveway gives access down to an ideal equestrian set up, within an enclosed yard where there are 8 stables, tack room and cloakroom. There is also a gated 20'x 24's ménage and which are easily accessed and have water connected.
      The exceptional facilities combined with the house make this a really rare equestrian facility, in all measuring approximately 9.15 acres.

      Tenure: Freehold

      Services: All mains services.

      Local Authority: Waverley Borough Council 01483 523333

      Fixtures & Fittings
      All fitted carpets are included. Certain curtains, light fittings and garden statuary are specifically excluded from the sale but may be available by separate negotiation.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    An equestrian dream… Stunning house with equestrian facilities and direct access to bridleways into Surrey and Hampshire countryside. No onward chain

    Rory McKenzieProperty agent

    Local information

    • Haslemere 3.3 miles (5.31km), Haslemere station 2.1 miles (3.37km), Farnham town centre 10.7 miles (17.21km), Guildford 16.5 miles (26.55km), London miles 46miles (74.02m). All distances are approximate.
    • The property is situated close to the Surrey/Hampshire border and is within close proximity of extensive areas of open National Trust heath and backs onto the Devil's Punch Bowl where there are many acres of fine countryside close at hand. Immediately accessible from the property are bridal and public paths providing scope for both walking and riding, making this the ideal location for you if you enjoy the outdoors.
    • Hindhead is equipped for your daily needs with a post office, cafes, and petrol station and the Devil's Punchbowl public house and nearby Grayshott also provides for everyday needs including a doctor's surgery, dentist, couple of supermarkets. Nearby, the attractive old market town of Haslemere offers an excellent range of shopping along with a Waitrose and Marks & Spencer's, cafes, restaurants and pubs and its own museum.
    • The property is well situated for access to the A3, the M25 and national motorway network as well as Heathrow, Gatwick and Southampton airports).
    • The main line railway station in Haslemere provides a frequent service to London, with journey times to Waterloo from around 53 minutes.
    • There is a selection of state and private schools in the area, including Grayshot Primary, Amesbury, St Edmunds, The Royal School, St Ives, Bohunt School and College, Seaford College, King Edward's, Prior's Field and Charterhouse.
    • Grayshott Spa is close-by and there recreational activities within reach include golf at a number of local clubs including Hindhead and Hankley, polo at Midhurst, racing and flying at Goodwood and sailing at Frensham Great Pond and the south coast is readily available by rail and road. The surrounding Surrey Hills offer ample scope for walking, cycling and riding in beautiful countryside.

    Additional information

    • Directions: Heading south on the A3, come off at Hindhead, take the 5th exit on to the A333 and at the very next roundabout take the 1st exit on to the Portsmouth Road. Follow the road for approximately 1 mile, which shall take you underneath the A3. Immediately after passing under the A3 turn left on to High Pitfold. Follow the Lane for half a mile and the turning for the entrance to High Pitfold House shall be on your right.
    • EPC Exempt