5 bedroom detached house for saleHorsell, Surrey, GU21
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Reduced for a quick sale with complete chain. This enchanting Grade II listed residence is steeped in history and believed to date from the late 15th Century known as a Medieval Hall House. The property has been lovingly cared for and retains its charm and character but also benefits from sympathetic updates and alterations over the years with different owners. More recently the property has been subject to a complete renovation programme to bring it up to the latest standards including a newly fitted boiler, eco radiators and upgraded wiring.
Esgairs is a very special house indeed and is well known locally. Positioned centrally in the heart of Horsell Village, it is within walking distance of local amenities, schools and Woking Town Centre and its Mainline Station.
The spacious living accommodation comprises an impressive beamed reception hall with original bread oven, sitting room with inglenook fireplace, study/library with fireplace, splendid dining room with exposed oak timbers, fitted kitchen and cloakroom. On the first floor, four double bedrooms and family bathroom and on the second floor there is a fifth bedroom and playroom.
A particular feature of the property is the outside space with the garden surrounding the property and further extending to a particularly large walled garden at the rear mainly laid to lawn with various outbuildings.
The outbuildings include a detached pitched roof garage and a substantial two storey stable building which has listed planning permission for conversion into secondary/annex accommodation.
There is also further listed planning permission granted for the replacement of the kitchen to create a superb space, ideally suited to the modern family lifestyle, the addition of an en Suite to the master bedroom and various other alterations throughout property whilst still remaining in keeping with the style of the property. (Plans available on request.)
Comprises of cloaks hanging cupboard, low level wc with mahogany seat, wash hand basin, rear aspect window, tiled floor and towel radiator.
Quarry tiled floor throughout, solid wood bespoke surfaces, eye and base level white farmhouse kitchen units, double Villeroy & Boch Belfast sink, built in five ring gas hob, Neff oven and separate microwave, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, Bosche fridge freezer and washing machine or dishwasher, double aspect leaded light windows and radiator. Oak door out to rear garden.
Side aspect leaded window, recessed fireplace, an abundance of further character features complimenting the property including exposed oak beam ceiling and wall timbers, quarry tiled floor throughout, second integral window to hallway and radiator.
Entrance & Grounds
The entrance of the property is set behind a wooden farm gate opening on to the driveway which leads to a larger courtyard providing parking for at least five vehicles. The gardens surround the property flanking the front, west and rear of the house and leads out to a larger lawn expanse to the far rear behind the garage with two storage sheds. There are a number of smaller tress and boarder plants offering a good level of privacy and seclusion, and a knapped flint wall features on one boundary.
Oak framed with brick and pitched tiled roof garage providing space for at least one vehicle and storage, oak double doors, side single door, with plenty of power sockets, strip lighting and water supply for use as a utility if desired. External water tap to outside.
Two storey Garage/Stable. Two level storage areas with an abundance of space. There is listed planning permission for conversion to secondary accommodation providing open plan kitchen/living room, downstairs, and a bedroom and shower room upstairs.
Newly renovated four piece suite comprising roll top bath with clawed feet, low level wc with mahogany seat, bespoke wash hand basin with marble top vanity unit, exposed original wall timbers, fully tiled wet room/walk in shower, radiator and centrally heated towel rail. Front aspect leaded windows and fully tiled flooring.
Door with stairs leading up to bedroom five and loft rooms.
Vaulted bedroom, radiator, leaded light dormer window, access to loft, storage rooms also with vaulted ceilings, one has been used as a playroom with built in storage with cupboards.
Double aspect leaded light windows, tiled floor throughout, with exposed ceiling and wall timbers, radiator, large inglenook fireplace with oak carved mantle, rumoured to have come from Chertsey Abbey, complimented by recessed fireside seating and small storage cupboards, the main fireplace being of exposed brick back with cast iron fireback. Door leading to Drawing Room.
Currently used as a study/library, with exposed ceiling and wall timbers, a range of fitted shelving units, radiator, mahogany stripped flooring, double aspect leaded windows overlooking front and side gardens.
Galleried over stairwell with views over side garden below, with exposed ceiling and wall timbers, stripped wooden flooring, two radiators, doors leading to the bathroom, four bedrooms, further stairs to second floor and built in airing cupboard.
Leaded light window with views to the front of the property, feature fireplace with iron grate and fireback, single central exposed oak ceiling beam and wall timbers, stripped wooden flooring and radiator. There is listed planning permission for an en-suite shower if required.
Double sized bedroom with leaded light window, radiator, exposed wall and ceiling timbers and access to a large cupboard, thought to have been the smoke room, which itself contains a single leaded light window.
Double sized bedroom with double aspect windows, single central exposed oak ceiling beam and exposed wall timbers and radiator.
Double sized bedroom with rear aspect window with views over rear garden, exposed ceiling and wall timbers and radiator.
Central Reception Hall
An L-shaped hall with exposed ceiling and wall timbers forming two distinct areas providing flexibility of use. The smaller area features a large bread oven with chimney and the original ancient door at the old front of the house, under stairs storage cupboard, with leaded window to side garden, quarry tiled floor and radiator. The main area with access from the kitchen leads on to the main reception, dining room, cloakroom and stairs to the first floor and has a leaded window to rear garden, quarry tiled floor and radiator.
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