5 bedroom detached house for saleHammondswood Road, Frensham, Farnham, Surrey, GU10
Sold STC £1,250,000
- Proposed accommodation:
- Master bedroom suite
- 4 further bedrooms (2 en suite)
- Family bathroom
- Vaulted dining hall, drawing room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility room, cloakroom.
- Garage, swimming pool.
- Gardens - in all about 0.29 acres (0.117 ha).
- EPC Rating = C
Malthouse Barn is situated in the most idyllic situation in the hamlet of Spreakley on the edge of the picturesque village of Frensham with incredible views over the River Wey towards Dockenfield. There is a village shop close by at Shortfield Common providing for everyday needs, a church, cricket club and popular village pub and a footpath that leads over the river and down to the church,with a greater selection of shopping and recreational facilities available in the nearby Georgian market town of Farnham and the county town of Guildford. There is a mainline station at Farnham providing trains to Waterloo from 53 minutes. Communications are excellent with the A31, A331 and A3 providing swift access to the national motorway network as well as Heathrow, Gatwick and Southampton airports. There is a good selection of schools in the area including; St. Mary's C of E (Aided) Infant School, Edgeborough and Frensham Heights. The surrounding countryside provides wonderful opportunities for walking, riding and cycling and includes Frensham Common and Great Pond (National Trust) and Alice Holt Forest.
Malthouse Barn is a detached period barn of character and quality occupying a superb elevated position in a peaceful no through lane. The building has been restored and converted and has been used as guest accommodation and as an impressive office and is currently habitable. The planning permission (WA/2016/05124) was granted in May 2016 and includes a mezzanine floor, allowing for the creation of two bedroom suites. Once completed the rooms will be generous, an impressive vaulted dining hall setting the scene for a stunning family home offering balanced and flexible rooms. The main body of the barn has slate floors, under-floor heating and the whole has exposed timbers, ironstone and exposed brick.
Gardens and Grounds
A double five bar gates open to a wide gravelled drive, providing a parking and turning area in front of the garage. The majority of the garden lies to the rear of the barn, facing south and enjoying stunning views. There is a heated swimming pool within the immediate courtyard providing terraces and attractive sitting areas. This flows on to the lawns dotted with specimen trees and creating a wonderful setting to enjoy the views.
From Farnham town centre proceed south on the A287 and up Firgrove Hill towards Frensham and Hindhead. Continue through Lower Bourne and after approximately 3 miles, before reaching Millbridge, turn right into Kennel Lane. At the next junction, proceed straight over into Hamlash lane. At the bottom of the laneproceed straight over and follow the road around to the left leaving Shortfield Common on your right; the turning to Hammondswood Road is on the left and the drive to Malthouse Barn is the third on the right hand side.
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