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Beacon Hill Park, Churt Road, Hindhead, GU26

4 bedroom house in Churt Road

Guide Price £1,350,000 Freehold

  • Bedrooms 4
  • Reception rooms 3
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Master bedroom with ensuite,  |  Guest Suite,  |  Two further double bedrooms,  |  Family bathroom,  |  Downstairs WC,  |  Entrance Hallway,  |  Kitchen,  |  Dining Room,  |  Garage,  |  Sitting Room,  |  Conservatory.
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The major portion of this impressive period property, with it's own private drive, formal gardens and grand features, set in approximately two acres of private grounds. EPC D (58).

West Wing House is accessed via its own private drive through electric gates or via a long, curving carriage drive that sweeps before the property, enjoying an elevated outlook across the formal garden. It dates back to 1770 and was later added to in 1867.

Ground Floor
Covered porch panelled Oak double doors to:

Vestibule oak over stone with period black and white panelled tiled floor and double door to:

Entrance Hall, currently used as a Dining Hall (7.80 x 6.03m). Half panelled in oak, parquet floor, ornately carved and pillared oak ornamental fireplace (no chimney), and carved window architrave.

Utility Room, plumbed for washing machine and dryer, shelved recess, Worcester Bosch boiler.

Cloakroom WC, wash hand basin, fitted boot cupboard, coat rack, stained-glass windows.

Drawing Room (6.47 x 4.4m) double aspect with a large bay window with window seat, fitted cupboards. Attractive fireplace, parquet flooring, decorative panel framed walls and dado, double doors and steps down to:

Conservatory (5.22 x 2.31m) three aspects over garden, tiled floor.

Kitchen Gas AGA, separate Neff gas hob, electric oven, integrated fridge, freezer, dish washer, enamel Butlers sink. Overlooking the west facing garden.

Informal Dining Room off kitchen with double aspect to gardens. Back door and door to small storage courtyard. Stairs down to door to:

Annexe previously the Old Dairy for the estate. Offers flexible accommodation but currently arranged as a study (7.66 x 3.75) and seating area (4.44 x 2.99), bathroom with power shower, WC and basin. High ceilings and stained-glass windows. Worcestor Bosch boiler. Double doors onto terrace.

From the Dining Hall an imposing Oak staircase with turned balusters and Oak panelled dado rises to the first floor.

First Floor
Spacious part-galleried landing walk-in airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.

Bedroom 1 (6.04 x 4.52m) double aspect, half panelled, moulded cornice, attractive fireplace. Extensive hand-made wardrobes with shelves, drawers and hanging space. En Suite marble floor and three quarter tiled walls. Bath with shower attachment and separate power shower over, folding screen, WC, bidet, wash basin, heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2 (4.51 x 3.87m) attractive fireplace. View over back garden.

Bedroom 3 (4.81 x 4.08m) fitted wardrobe and cupboards. View over the front formal garden and Golden Valley.

Family Bathroom panelled bath with hand painted tiles (of the formal garden), power shower, WC, wash basin, heated towel rail, mirrored cupboard. Hatch with loft ladder.

Outside
Open oak framed barn-style carport for two cars
Single garage with up and over door. Double stable.

The Gardens
A truly impressive feature of the property. There is a broad shingle drive before the property with separate drive and lawns. Balustrading and a double flight of stone steps lead down to the original sunken garden with large pond.

There are beds of Rhododendrons and a wide variety of fruit trees: plum, pear, apple and fig in the area of woodland beyond the formal garden, amounting in all to just over 2 acres.

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The major portion of this impressive period property, with it's own private drive, formal gardens and grand features, set in approximately two acres of private grounds. EPC D (58).

West Wing House is accessed via its own private drive through electric gates or via a long, curving carriage drive that sweeps before the property, enjoying an elevated outlook across the formal garden. It dates back to 1770 and was later added to in 1867.

Ground Floor
Covered porch panelled Oak double doors to:

Vestibule oak over stone with period black and white panelled tiled floor and double door to:

Entrance Hall, currently used as a Dining Hall (7.80 x 6.03m). Half panelled in oak, parquet floor, ornately carved and pillared oak ornamental fireplace (no chimney), and carved window architrave.

Utility Room, plumbed for washing machine and dryer, shelved recess, Worcester Bosch boiler.

Cloakroom WC, wash hand basin, fitted boot cupboard, coat rack, stained-glass windows.

Drawing Room (6.47 x 4.4m) double aspect with a large bay window with window seat, fitted cupboards. Attractive fireplace, parquet flooring, decorative panel framed walls and dado, double doors and steps down to:

Conservatory (5.22 x 2.31m) three aspects over garden, tiled floor.

Kitchen Gas AGA, separate Neff gas hob, electric oven, integrated fridge, freezer, dish washer, enamel Butlers sink. Overlooking the west facing garden.

Informal Dining Room off kitchen with double aspect to gardens. Back door and door to small storage courtyard. Stairs down to door to:

Annexe previously the Old Dairy for the estate. Offers flexible accommodation but currently arranged as a study (7.66 x 3.75) and seating area (4.44 x 2.99), bathroom with power shower, WC and basin. High ceilings and stained-glass windows. Worcestor Bosch boiler. Double doors onto terrace.

From the Dining Hall an imposing Oak staircase with turned balusters and Oak panelled dado rises to the first floor.

First Floor
Spacious part-galleried landing walk-in airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.

Bedroom 1 (6.04 x 4.52m) double aspect, half panelled, moulded cornice, attractive fireplace. Extensive hand-made wardrobes with shelves, drawers and hanging space. En Suite marble floor and three quarter tiled walls. Bath with shower attachment and separate power shower over, folding screen, WC, bidet, wash basin, heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2 (4.51 x 3.87m) attractive fireplace. View over back garden.

Bedroom 3 (4.81 x 4.08m) fitted wardrobe and cupboards. View over the front formal garden and Golden Valley.

Family Bathroom panelled bath with hand painted tiles (of the formal garden), power shower, WC, wash basin, heated towel rail, mirrored cupboard. Hatch with loft ladder.

Outside
Open oak framed barn-style carport for two cars
Single garage with up and over door. Double stable.

The Gardens
A truly impressive feature of the property. There is a broad shingle drive before the property with separate drive and lawns. Balustrading and a double flight of stone steps lead down to the original sunken garden with large pond.

There are beds of Rhododendrons and a wide variety of fruit trees: plum, pear, apple and fig in the area of woodland beyond the formal garden, amounting in all to just over 2 acres.

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