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3 bed house

St. Ann's Court St. Ann's Hill, Surrey

listed on 2019-04-19  The Modern House   

'One of the finest and most iconic houses to have been built in Britain in the first half of the 20th century.' St. Ann’s Court is one of the finest and most iconic houses to have been built in Britain in the first half of the 20th century, being a very rare Modern example of the English country house tradition. It was designed in 1936 by the renowned architect Sir Raymond McGrath, in consultation with the celebrated garden designer Sir Christopher Tunnard. Besides the obvious appeal of the striking main house, Tunnard’s design (a reworking of an 18th century landscape scheme by Charles Hamilton) is one of the property’s distinctive attractions and a contributing factor to the distinguished Grade II* listing bestowed by Historic England. The property comprises the main McGrath-designed modernist “Round House”, which extends to approximately 6,500 sq ft, and a converted 19th century “Coach House” which provides a further area of approximately 4,500 sq ft – situated within 20 meters of the main house. These two buildings, both of which have been comprehensively and immaculately refurbished by the current owners, sit atop the eight- acre site with a large parking area / driveway behind imposing electric gates leading to a secluded country road on St Anns Hill. The property has been featured in numerous movies and TV series and is sought after by top photographers. Accommodation in the main Round House is arranged over three floors (with a plant room in the basement). The entrance hall on the ground floor is one of the most spectacular of the period and is a perfect example of what Historic England admiringly refer to as “the richness of the surviving materials… with mirror design, walnut and the exploitation of the unusual plan form [which make it] among the most interesting and complete 1930s interiors to survive in England”. The other principal rooms on the ground floor are the quite spectacular circular living room (with full height glazed doors onto the garden and wonderful copper-clad columns), the dining room, Mondrian inspired kitchen and library. Also integrated into the ground floor is a walled garden and garden room that, in true Modern style, blurs the line between the inside house and the outside landscape. A sweeping staircase leads up to the first floor which has at its centre a remarkable master bedroom which must be among the most impressive in any 20th century house. It is circular in form, with full height glazed doors leading to a private balcony overlooking the landscaped gardens, through a 200 year old wisteria, and has a large dressing room to one side and an en suite bathroom to the other. There are three further bedrooms and two further bathrooms on this floor. The stairs then lead up to the second floor, which has two bedrooms (with a shared bathroom in between) and two wedge-shaped roof terraces with views of the grounds and the north downs. The Coach House, Tuscan red on the outside, is largely arranged over a single floor and is used by the current owner as a creative working and living space. A proportion of the building is currently given over to a world-class recording studio which was originally built by Roxy Music’s Phil Manzanera, a previous owner of the property, and is where many of the band’s most celebrated tracks were recorded as well as work by numerous other notable artists including Paul Weller, Robert Wyatt and David Gilmour. During the refurbishment by the current owner, the studio section was redesigned by the renowned studio architect, Roger D’Arcy of Recording Architects with a large live room and a spectacular control room. The Coach House also incorporates two studies, a large library / board room, a beautiful double-height reception space, a kitchen, a small flat for visiting artists and a large games room. The masterly touch of the award-winning architect Steve Marshall, who was at the time a director at Munkenbeck & Marshall, is apparent in many of the details throughout the Coach House. It was Marshall that oversaw the restoration of St. Ann’s Court and his scheme is a triumph of sensitive, yet progressive, conservation architecture. Marshall also designed, and got approval for, a pool house that (subject to the relevant permissions) could be built by any new owners. The Marshall pool house design can be viewed . During the refurbishment by the current owners, both houses were fitted with structured wiring and have around 100 CAT5e sockets in total, providing Ethernet speeds of up to 1Gbit/sec throughout both buildings. These connections are also used to distribute Sky HD services. The houses are served by a 50Mbit/sec Internet connection. Further information on the history and construction of St. Ann’s Court, and its architect Raymond McGrath, can be found in the History section. The grounds of St Anns Court (extending to over eight acres), are a true delight and were the subject of a vignette watercolour by JMW Turner dating from c. 1827. The landscape is wonderful combination of Tunnard’s more rational Modernist outlook and Hamilton’s Picturesque approach, intertwined with woodlands. The Round House itself was designed to reflect and enhance the landscape under Tunnard’s influence: from the terrace the garden is framed by white concrete buttresses. A number of the original 18th century features remain alongside the 1930s structures. Extensive lawns, significant trees such as the only surviving cedar, an orchard, a small lake, kitchen gardens, a rose garden, courtyards and even a Tunnard-designed semi-circular swimming pool which has been converted into a water lily pool, all can be found in these beautiful grounds. The current owners commissioned a Japanese-inspired wooden walkway through prairie beds and wildflower meadows in an area of the garden called the ‘Wanderling’, co-designed by Chelsea award winning garden designer, Juliet Sargeant and the current owner. The grounds themselves are Grade-II* designated by Historic England and were featured in the BBC series ‘Gardens Through Time’ and in several magazines. The grounds have been designed and sympathetically maintained to encourage wildlife and the garden is full of bees, butterflies, birds and small mammals. St Ann’s Hill Road is a desirable and secluded road on top of St Anns Hill which itself is largely a nature reserve. It is located near Chertsey, a picturesque town in the Runnymede borough of Surrey on the River Thames and the River Bourne just, 12 miles south west of central London. Transport links are excellent with the M25 easily accessible, leading easily to the M3 and M4. Heathrow airport Terminal 5 can be reached in just ten minutes with access to Heathrow Express which takes a mere 20 minutes to Central London, (or Piccadilly Tube line which takes longer). There is also the smaller Fairoaks airport even closer for private planes. Nearby train stations are Virginia Water, Chertsey and Staines with direct services to London Waterloo. The nearby towns of Chertsey, Virginia Water, Ascot and Windsor offer a broad range of shopping and dining opportunities and the area is particularly renowned for its private schools (Eton College, Salesian, Sir William Perkins, Papplewick, Sunningdale and St John’s Beaumont) and sporting opportunities (horse racing at Ascot, boating on the Thames and golf at Wentworth). Please note that all areas, measurements and distances given in these particulars are approximate and rounded. The text, photographs and floor plans are for general guidance only. The Modern House has not tested any services, appliances or specific fittings — prospective purchasers are advised to inspect the property themselves. All fixtures, fittings and furniture not specifically itemised within these particulars are deemed removable by the vendor. Read more

7 bed detached house

7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in St. Anns Hill

listed on 2019-04-11  Fine and Country   

Guide Price £5,950,000 English & Other headings 7 Bedroom Detached House For Sale in St. Anns Hill ROOMS 8 7 7 St Ann's Court is a unique and iconic modern country estate in Surrey, just 30 minutes West of Central London in the UK. The estate, which can trace its origins back to 18th Century, has been home to many celebrities, including aristocracy, rock stars and well-known entrepreneurs. Set in 8-acres of award-winning and historical grounds and offering accommodation of just under 12,000 sq. feet across 34 rooms, the estate comprises two substantial yet contrasting buildings called 'The Round House' and 'The Coach House' - just 50 feet apart across a serene courtyard. Property Features Live differently 8 Acre Estate Award winning architecture Recording Studio Roof Terrace 7 Bedrooms Garage and Large Drive Way No Chain Contemporary decor through-out 18th Century Coach house Media

1 bed house

St Ann's CourtSt Ann's Hill, Surrey, KT16 9NW

listed on 2019-04-17  Savills   

St Ann's Court is a unique and iconic modern country estate in Surrey, just 30 minutes West of Central London in the UK. The estate, which can trace its origins back to 18th Century, has been home to many celebrities, including aristocracy, rock stars and well-known entrepreneurs. Set in 8-acres of award-winning and historical grounds and offering accommodation of just under 12,000 sq ft across 34 rooms, the estate comprises two substantial yet contrasting buildings called ‘The Round House' and ‘The Coach House' – just 50 feet apart across a serene courtyard. The Round House (the white circular mansion) is a modernist masterpiece by renowned architect Sir Raymond McGrath who was a disciple of Le Corbusier. It is a famous English landmark, awarded a ‘building of great national importance' status (Grade II*) by the Historic England organization. Sought after by top photographers and directors it has been featured in countless books, films, TV series and magazines. It is frequently called ‘a place which keeps giving' because of its legendary curves and light, and its perfect Lo P'an divisions in the Feng Shui tradition. The second building (Tuscan red) was The Coach House for the original 18th Century mansion which was the home to Sir Charles Fox and later Lady Holland and in the 1920s to Sir William Berry (then owner of Financial Times and The Telegraph). In the 1980s, it was converted into a world-class music studio and an expansive home office by Phil Manzanera of Roxy Music where the group and many other top musicians recorded their hits. The interiors of The Coach House are thoroughly contemporary with double-height ceilings and it doubles up as a large entertainment, party and work area. It also has a separate drive and gates for added privacy. The estate was acquired in 1997 by the current owner, technology entrepreneur Osman Kent, and was totally refurbished in a project lasting over two years. The landmark project by award-winning architect Stephen Marshall, not only transformed both buildings inside and outside, but added 21st century comforts, including gigabit structured wiring and modern satellite, heating and security systems throughout. The grounds of St Ann's Court are a separate delight with a mixture of contemporary and traditional landscapes and features seven distinct gardens, woodland and five ponds. It is also well suited for equestrian pursuits with ample room for stable blocks and horse riding. St Ann's Court, sits atop St Ann's Hill, which is a protected nature reserve surrounded by many lakes. It is close to picturesque towns and villages like Thorpe, Egham, Virginia Water, Chertsey, Windsor and Ascot and is only 10 minutes away from Heathrow Airport. There are great schools nearby, including TASIS (The American School in Surrey) and the area is rich in history and nature with great pubs and restaurants. Fairoaks Airport for private planes and the famous Wentworth golf club are only a short distance away. Note: The photographs used in the marketing of this property and in the brochure are over 6 months old.

7 bed house

Surrey, KT16

listed on 2019-08-02  Knight Frank   

Amenities 7 7 11 8.0 Bedrooms Bathrooms Reception Rooms Acres (3.24 Hectares) Modern Garden Private Parking Standalone Property type house Tenure freehold unfurnished Iconic Grade II* listed modernist house for sale in Surrey A rare opportunity to acquire an architectural piece of history in impeccable condition, set in award winning grounds with a magnificent modernist mansion designed in 1936 by the architect Sir Raymond McGrath. Accommodation comprises 5 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms, 5 bath/shower rooms. Separate coach house used as a creative work space, featuring a world class music studio, games room, offices, guest flat and triple garaging. Approximately 11,000 sq ft of living space, parking for 10 cars and 8 acres of grounds. The main modernist “Round House” extends to approximately 6,500 sq ft with beautiful open plan spaces, a grand staircase and carefully planned rooms to create light and aspects that impress. Set privately yet only 20 meters from the main house is the converted 19th century “Coach House” which provides 4,600 sq ft of sensitively created contemporary accommodation and a state of the art world class recording studio where many famous musical albums have been recorded. Both have been comprehensively and immaculately refurbished by the current owners, and only on a full inspection can the architecture, light, flow and space be appreciated. The property has been featured in numerous movies and TV series and is sought after by top photographers. Location information Set in a semi-rural location 12 miles south west of central London, close to Windsor and the Great Park, Guards Polo, and Virginia Water with the world famous Wentworth Golf Club. St Ann's is in Runnymede Borough, home of the site of the signing of the Magna Carta by King John in 1215. It has excellent transport links with the M25 easily accessible, leading to the M3 and M4. Heathrow Terminal 5 can be reached in 10 minutes with access to Heathrow Express which takes a mere 20 minutes to Central London. The smaller Fairoaks Airport is even closer for private aircraft. Nearby train stations provide direct services to London Waterloo. The nearby towns of Chertsey, Virginia Water, Ascot and Windsor offer a broad range of shopping and dining opportunities and the area is particularly renowned for its private schools (Eton College, Salesian, Sir William Perkins, Papplewick, Sunningdale and St John’s Beaumont). (All distances and times are approximate.) Read more

5 bed detached house

Chertsey

listed on 2019-05-20  Curchods   

Summary An extraordinary Victorian residence set amidst 1.2 acres of fabulous grounds - this is the perfect house for entertaining! Five distinctive & individual bedrooms, five delightful reception areas, an attached two bedroom self contained annexe, indoor swimming pool and double garage only provide a taster of what this magnificent house offers. EPC Rating D. Key Features GOTHIC STYLE VICTORIAN DETACHED HOME 5 - 7 BEDROOMS SELF-CONTAINED ANNEXE 5 INDIVIDUAL RECEPTION ROOMS 1.2 ACRES OF GROUNDS & HARD TENNIS COURT DOUBLE WIDTH GARAGE & OUTHOUSES Full Description Our clients purchased St Anns Lodge via Curchods in 2002 and have thoroughly enjoyed living in this wonderful family home. It is now time for them to move on and for a new family to take up residence. The property is situated on the lower slopes of St Anns Hill, a popular local landmark surrounded by a number of distinctive and exceptional houses. Internally the total accommodation extends to just under 5000 sq ft, so this is a truly substantial building. There is much in the way of character appeal that you might anticipate in such a house, including open fire places, log burners and interesting features at every turn. The ground floor to the main house includes a quite stunning dining room with high ceilings that accentuate the size of the room, a full width fitted display cabinet, plantation shutters to the windows and ornate cornicing. A large L-shaped drawing room overlooks the gardens and there is a lovely slate tiled floor 'reading' room that leads up steps to the entrance hall. A great size conservatory, with solid timber ceiling, can be accessed from either breakfast room or drawing room. The kitchen is a very social area of the house, on two levels with the kitchen incorporating a range of Shaker-style units, three-oven Aga and a separate oven with hob. Steps then lead down to the breakfast area which is a lovely bright area of the house. There is also a utility room with a walk-in closet. Accessed off the entrance hall via a changing room and sauna is the internal heated and filtered swimming pool. There are five principal bedrooms, all potentially double rooms with the master suite enjoying its own en-suite bath/shower room. From the landing a further staircase leads to the 2 bedroom annexe, however, it should be noted that if one requires a seven bedroom house accommodates all of that and more. It consists of a large sitting room, two bedrooms, fitted kitchen & bathroom and a further room giving access to the bedrooms that offers a multitude of functions. This area would make perfect staff or guest accommodation. Floor Plan Close Location Ruxbury Road is one of the areas most-sought after localities on the lower slopes of St Annes Hill, a popular beauty spot making it ideal for those with children and/or dogs or indeed just those that enjoy a peaceful woodland walk from their front door. Chertsey's historic town centre is just about 1/2 a mile distant with its rich blend of shops, bars, restaurants and health club. A little further is the River Thames and its associated pathways leadnig in one direction to Staines and the other to Weybridge. There are excellent road links and a railway station with access to London Waterloo reinforcing the popularity among commuters, whilst Chertsey remains a firm favourite with families by virtue of an excellent range of schools, both in the private and state sector. Communications are excellent due to the close proximity of the M3, M25 and M4 motorways. There are train services from Chertsey and mainline from Woking, West Byfleet, Weybridge and Virginia Water to London Waterloo. Heathrow airport is approximately 10 miles away. Schools

7 bed detached house

Ruxbury Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16

listed on 2019-10-24  John D Wood and Co   

TENURE: Freehold This period property is set in approximately 1.2 acres of land and landscaped gardens, St. Anns Lodge offers an abundance of living and entertaining space together with a separate annexe/coach house of approx. 5032 sq. ft. The property is situated within close proximity to the historic town of Chertsey with an eclectic range of shops, restaurants and bars, and excellent railway and road links to London. The property benefits from a wealth of charm and character including ornate cornicing, open fireplaces and log burners, and comprises five bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms (one en suite), two reception rooms, kitchen, breakfast room, conservatory, reading room, utility room, storage room, cloakroom, and indoor swimming pool with shower, changing facilities and sauna. The self-contained annexe/coach house is accessed from the main house and comprises two bedrooms, shower room, kitchen, sitting room, and hallway/dining area. Externally, the property is approached through a wrought iron gates giving access to an attractive cobbled driveway providing parking for several cars, double garage and workshop. The beautiful landscaped gardens have formal lawns, an orchard, herb & allotment gardens, a timber lodge, tennis court and paved patio areas around the property providing for a number of dining and entertaining areas.   Viewing highly recommended. Five Bedrooms and Two Bath/Shower Rooms (One En Suite), Two Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Breakfast Room, Conservatory, Reading Room, Utility Room & Cloakroom, Indoor Swimming Pool with Shower and Changing Facilities and Sauna, Two Bedroom Annexe with Kitchen and Sitting Room, Landscaped Gardens, Double Garage and Workshop, Private Gated Driveway and Parking Reference WEY170274

5 bed detached house

Chertsey

listed on 2019-07-18  Burns and Webber   

Summary An extraordinary Victorian residence set amidst 1.2 acres of fabulous grounds - this is the perfect house for entertaining! Five distinctive & individual bedrooms, five delightful reception areas, an attached two bedroom self contained annexe, indoor swimming pool and double garage only provide a taster of what this magnificent house offers. EPC Rating D. Key Features GOTHIC STYLE VICTORIAN DETACHED HOME 5 - 7 BEDROOMS SELF-CONTAINED ANNEXE 5 INDIVIDUAL RECEPTION ROOMS 1.2 ACRES OF GROUNDS & HARD TENNIS COURT DOUBLE WIDTH GARAGE & OUTHOUSES Full Description Our clients purchased St Anns Lodge via Curchods in 2002 and have thoroughly enjoyed living in this wonderful family home. It is now time for them to move on and for a new family to take up residence. The property is situated on the lower slopes of St Anns Hill, a popular local landmark surrounded by a number of distinctive and exceptional houses. Internally the total accommodation extends to just under 5000 sq ft, so this is a truly substantial building. There is much in the way of character appeal that you might anticipate in such a house, including open fire places, log burners and interesting features at every turn. The ground floor to the main house includes a quite stunning dining room with high ceilings that accentuate the size of the room, a full width fitted display cabinet, plantation shutters to the windows and ornate cornicing. A large L-shaped drawing room overlooks the gardens and there is a lovely slate tiled floor 'reading' room that leads up steps to the entrance hall. A great size conservatory, with solid timber ceiling, can be accessed from either breakfast room or drawing room. The kitchen is a very social area of the house, on two levels with the kitchen incorporating a range of Shaker-style units, three-oven Aga and a separate oven with hob. Steps then lead down to the breakfast area which is a lovely bright area of the house. There is also a utility room with a walk-in closet. Accessed off the entrance hall via a changing room and sauna is the internal heated and filtered swimming pool. There are five principal bedrooms, all potentially double rooms with the master suite enjoying its own en-suite bath/shower room. From the landing a further staircase leads to the 2 bedroom annexe, however, it should be noted that if one requires a seven bedroom house accommodates all of that and more. It consists of a large sitting room, two bedrooms, fitted kitchen & bathroom and a further room giving access to the bedrooms that offers a multitude of functions. This area would make perfect staff or guest accommodation. Floor Plan Close Location Ruxbury Road is one of the areas most-sought after localities on the lower slopes of St Annes Hill, a popular beauty spot making it ideal for those with children and/or dogs or indeed just those that enjoy a peaceful woodland walk from their front door. Chertsey's historic town centre is just about 1/2 a mile distant with its rich blend of shops, bars, restaurants and health club. A little further is the River Thames and its associated pathways leadnig in one direction to Staines and the other to Weybridge. There are excellent road links and a railway station with access to London Waterloo reinforcing the popularity among commuters, whilst Chertsey remains a firm favourite with families by virtue of an excellent range of schools, both in the private and state sector. Communications are excellent due to the close proximity of the M3, M25 and M4 motorways. There are train services from Chertsey and mainline from Woking, West Byfleet, Weybridge and Virginia Water to London Waterloo. Heathrow airport is approximately 10 miles away. Schools

7 bed detached house

Ruxbury Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16

listed on 2019-12-02  CountryWide   

About this property TENURE: Freehold This period property is set in approximately 1.2 acres of land and landscaped gardens, St. Anns Lodge offers an abundance of living and entertaining space together with a separate annexe/coach house of approx. 5032 sq. ft. The property is situated within close proximity to the historic town of Chertsey with an eclectic range of shops, restaurants and bars, and excellent railway and road links to London. The property benefits from a wealth of charm and character including ornate cornicing, open fireplaces and log burners, and comprises five bedrooms, two bath/shower rooms (one en suite), two reception rooms, kitchen, breakfast room, conservatory, reading room, utility room, storage room, cloakroom, and indoor swimming pool with shower, changing facilities and sauna. The self-contained annexe/coach house is accessed from the main house and comprises two bedrooms, shower room, kitchen, sitting room, and hallway/dining area. Externally, the property is approached through a wrought iron gates giving access to an attractive cobbled driveway providing parking for several cars, double garage and workshop. The beautiful landscaped gardens have formal lawns, an orchard, herb & allotment gardens, a timber lodge, tennis court and paved patio areas around the property providing for a number of dining and entertaining areas.   Viewing highly recommended. Five Bedrooms and Two Bath/Shower Rooms (One En Suite), Two Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Breakfast Room, Conservatory, Reading Room, Utility Room & Cloakroom, Indoor Swimming Pool with Shower and Changing Facilities and Sauna, Two Bedroom Annexe with Kitchen and Sitting Room, Landscaped Gardens, Double Garage and Workshop, Private Gated Driveway and Parking Reference WEY170274 Energy Performance Certificate

land for sale

4 acres, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 9NL - UKLandandFarms.co.uk

listed on 2019-10-03  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

6 bed detached house

Hardwick Lane, Lyne, Chertsey, KT16

listed on 2019-06-22  Townends   

Four bedrooms Large Garden Outbuildings Large gated driveway Five/six bedroom detached house presented in excellent condition throughout. The property is situated in a semi rural location. The electric gated drive leads to a large parking area with a converted double garage and further converted single garage. Benefits include three reception rooms, three large first floor bedrooms, modern fitted kitchen and two bathrooms. (This property also has planning permission for a two storey replacement dwelling following demolition of existing dwelling house, detached playroom and storage outhouse.) Plans can be found on the Runnymede Borough Council websitre using reference RU.15/0237.

4 bed detached house

Lyne

listed on 2019-12-24  Curchods   

Summary Once in a while we have the privilege of marketing a property which stands up to the term 'beautifully refurbished and extended' - this is one such property. The attention to detail applied to the re-modeling of this fabulous 4-bedroom character home is exceptional and the finished article sensitively fuses contemporary and re-claimed materials ensuring a balance of both character and functionality. Key Features Four Double Bedrooms - Master with Fitted Wardrobes and En-Suite Shower Room En-Suite Shower-Room to Guest Bedroom & Dressing Room/Potential En-Suite to Bedroom 3 Sitting Room with Contemporary Log Burner Large Open-Plan Kitchen/Dining Room Separate Family Room & Study Delightful & Extensive Grounds of 0.4 of an Acre Large Integral Garage + Huge Utility Room/Workshop 528 Sq Ft Detached Cabin/Home Office/Gym Floor Plan Close Location Almners Road is the principal residential road that runs through the middle of Lyne Village - a road of mainly detached properties of varying styles and designs. Situated roughly mid-way between Chertsey and Virginia Water train stations, both around 1.5 - 2 miles away. More extensive shopping facilities can be found at Sunningdale, Chertsey, Weybridge or Woking all within a short drive. One of the great benefits of this semi-rural village is just how close to junction 11 of the M25 it is, just over 2 miles away, allowing access to the extensive motorway network as well as Heathrow and Gatwick airports and central London. Education is well catered for locally in both the private and state sectors including the popular Lyne and Longcross C of E Infant School. For the sports enthusiasts there are excellent golf courses at Wentworth, Foxhills and Windlesham as well leisure centres in both Egham and Chertsey. . Schools

4 bed detached house

Lyne

listed on 2019-12-24  Burns and Webber   

Summary Once in a while we have the privilege of marketing a property which stands up to the term 'beautifully refurbished and extended' - this is one such property. The attention to detail applied to the re-modeling of this fabulous 4-bedroom character home is exceptional and the finished article sensitively fuses contemporary and re-claimed materials ensuring a balance of both character and functionality. Key Features Four Double Bedrooms - Master with Fitted Wardrobes and En-Suite Shower Room En-Suite Shower-Room to Guest Bedroom & Dressing Room/Potential En-Suite to Bedroom 3 Sitting Room with Contemporary Log Burner Large Open-Plan Kitchen/Dining Room Separate Family Room & Study Delightful & Extensive Grounds of 0.4 of an Acre Large Integral Garage + Huge Utility Room/Workshop 528 Sq Ft Detached Cabin/Home Office/Gym Floor Plan Close Location Almners Road is the principal residential road that runs through the middle of Lyne Village - a road of mainly detached properties of varying styles and designs. Situated roughly mid-way between Chertsey and Virginia Water train stations, both around 1.5 - 2 miles away. More extensive shopping facilities can be found at Sunningdale, Chertsey, Weybridge or Woking all within a short drive. One of the great benefits of this semi-rural village is just how close to junction 11 of the M25 it is, just over 2 miles away, allowing access to the extensive motorway network as well as Heathrow and Gatwick airports and central London. Education is well catered for locally in both the private and state sectors including the popular Lyne and Longcross C of E Infant School. For the sports enthusiasts there are excellent golf courses at Wentworth, Foxhills and Windlesham as well leisure centres in both Egham and Chertsey. . Schools

4 bed bungalow

Longcross, Surrey, KT16

listed on 2019-12-03  Chancellors   

Property Information A delightful detached 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom bungalow set in approximately one acre of mature private gardens with parking Situated on approximately one acre of land, and set in amazing private gardens, a delightful detached bungalow offered in very condition. The property benefits from 4 bedrooms, main reception room, dining room, kitchen/family room, 3 bathrooms (2 en-suite), dressing room, cloakroom, under floor heating to some rooms, under cover parking for 2 cars, driveway with further parking, work room, and stunning mature gardens

5 bed semi-detached house

Bridge Road‚ Chertsey‚ KT16

listed on 2019-09-14  Yopa   

Rarely available is this stunning 18th centry grade 2 Listed period home with addition self contained annexe situated on a generous corner plot.  Accommodation consists of a spacious 35ft living room with feature log burning fireplace, two further reception rooms, a fitted kitchen breakfast room, utility and modern family bathroom.  Upstairs you will find five generous bedrooms and a family bathroom.  The main property boast much character and charm with cast iron fireplaces, tall ceilings and original features throughout.  In addition to all of this accommodated is a spacious self contained annexe which is ideal for relatives, as an investment or a place for a home office.  Externally there are generous grounds with seating areas, well stock plant boards and off road parking for multiple vehicles.  No Onward Chain. EndFragment

5 bed semi-detached house

Bridge Road, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16

listed on 2019-12-18  Hodders   

Located on a prime corner plot in the picturesque town of Chertsey is this five bedroom semi-detached Grade II listed family residence and a further annexe on the ground floor.

3 bed detached house

The Bothy, Ottershaw Park, Ottershaw, Chertsey, KT16

listed on 2020-01-15  CountryWide   

About this property TENURE: Freehold With its origins dating back to circa 1820, this former coach house forms part of a cobble stone courtyard. Set within the parkland estate of Ottershaw Park. The current owners have lovingly restored the property and kept many of the original features. The accommodation is over two floors, the restored original tiled entrance hall leads you to the spacious kitchen/dining room which has been fitted with a bespoke Tom Howley kitchen with plenty of storage units and work top space. There are doors from the kitchen and dining area which leads to the pretty courtyard garden. The drawing room has a feature fireplace with open fire and tiled flooring. To complete the ground floor there is a cloakroom. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms, the master bedroom has a double aspect and en suite shower room. The second bedroom has built in wardrobes and along with the third bedroom they are serviced by the family bathroom. Situation Located towards the end of Ottershaw Park and surrounded by extensive grounds this property provides seclusion and a rural feeling rarely found so close to London. Ottershaw village is just over 1 mile, Weybridge just over 4 miles and both Chertsey and Woking are within a 4 mile drive offering extensive shopping, leisure and transport facilities. Outside Set within stunning park-like communal grounds of approximately 75 acres, including 10 acres of woodland, The Bothy not only benefits from the communal grounds of woodland, meadows and indeed tennis courts but also its own private courtyard and raised garden of approximately one third of an acre accessed via timber steps a short distance from the property itself. There is also a garage, a cellar and parking with the property. Additional Information The client advises us:- £250 pa Park Membership Three Bedrooms kitchen/dining room drawing room cloakroom family bathroom courtyard garage cellar large woodland garden parking Energy Performance Certificate

4 bed detached house

OTTERSHAW KT16 0LL

Situated in one of Ottershaw's finest private lanes, a fabulous four bedroom detached thatched cottage which offers modern living whilst retaining many original features including vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, stripped floorboards, feature fireplaces and traditional door furnishings. Property Description The versatile accommodation comprises an impressive reception hall, a light and airy double aspect kitchen/dining room with a separate family room, four bedrooms, a beautifully appointed family bathroom and separate shower room. Externally the landscaped gardens encompass the property and offer a superb degree of seclusion and privacy. The history of Anningsley Cottage is very much intertwined with that of the village of Ottershaw. A cottage was first built on the site in 1764 with the current building dating from Victorian times. A complete history of the cottage is known and considered of local historic interest. In the 1950s it was the constituency home of Sir Lionel Heald, Attorney General in Winston Churchill's government. In 2018 the cottage benefited from a new roof with the front of the house being thatched and the remainder being of conventional slate. Today the cottage combines local history with modern living set in a traditional garden landscape with rich borders and a kitchen garden. Ottershaw is a thriving community with a village hall, pub, local shops, groups and societies. Ottershaw Surgery has been voted Surrey's top surgery for the second year running. Farthings Nursery continues its outstanding Ofsted rating and is considered one of the best nurseries in the country. Ottershaw Memorial Fields and woodlands offer stunning leisure opportunities within the village. Woking station with its frequent fast trains to London is only 15 minutes drive.' NOTE: These particulars are intended only as a guide to prospective Buyers/Tenants to enable them to decide whether to make further enquiries with a view to taking up negotiations but they are otherwise not intended to be relied upon in any way for any purpose whatsoever and accordingly neither their accuracy nor the continued availability of the property is in any way guaranteed and they are furnished on the express understanding that neither the Agents nor the Vendors are to be or become under any liability or claim in respect of their contents. Any prospective Tenant must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the particulars contained.

3 bed detached house

The Bothy, Ottershaw Park, Ottershaw, Chertsey, KT16

listed on 2020-01-15  Hamptons   

About this property TENURE: Freehold With its origins dating back to circa 1820, this former coach house forms part of a cobble stone courtyard. Set within the parkland estate of Ottershaw Park. The current owners have lovingly restored the property and kept many of the original features. The accommodation is over two floors, the restored original tiled entrance hall leads you to the spacious kitchen/dining room which has been fitted with a bespoke Tom Howley kitchen with plenty of storage units and work top space. There are doors from the kitchen and dining area which leads to the pretty courtyard garden. The drawing room has a feature fireplace with open fire and tiled flooring. To complete the ground floor there is a cloakroom. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms, the master bedroom has a double aspect and en suite shower room. The second bedroom has built in wardrobes and along with the third bedroom they are serviced by the family bathroom. Situation Located towards the end of Ottershaw Park and surrounded by extensive grounds this property provides seclusion and a rural feeling rarely found so close to London. Ottershaw village is just over 1 mile, Weybridge just over 4 miles and both Chertsey and Woking are within a 4 mile drive offering extensive shopping, leisure and transport facilities. Outside Set within stunning park-like communal grounds of approximately 75 acres, including 10 acres of woodland, The Bothy not only benefits from the communal grounds of woodland, meadows and indeed tennis courts but also its own private courtyard and raised garden of approximately one third of an acre accessed via timber steps a short distance from the property itself. There is also a garage, a cellar and parking with the property. Additional Information The client advises us:- £250 pa Park Membership Three Bedrooms kitchen/dining room drawing room cloakroom family bathroom courtyard garage cellar large woodland garden parking Energy Performance Certificate

3 bed detached house

Ottershaw Park, Ottershaw, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16

listed on 2019-12-02  CountryWide   

About this property TENURE: Unknown This handsome building occupies a site overlooking the sweeping drive up to the left side of the mansion, with the landmark stone bridge to the right. Offering generous off road parking and a double garage, there is enough space to comfortably accommodate significant guest parking. Enter into a spacious entrance hall and discover a 20' dual aspect sitting room with large bay window. A study shares the front aspect of the home, a convenient downstairs cloakroom and an impressive 23' family room extension large enough to seat any size family. The area is open plan and flows through into a modern kitchen with a breakfast area, which boasts views over the front and rear aspects. Both rooms offer access via French doors onto the rear terrace. Upstairs, the dimensions are impressive with a 22'7 master bedroom with an 11' dressing room, but this could be easily converted into two spacious doubles. Two further double bedrooms share a traditional family bathroom. Three bedroom home on prestigious private gated estate Generous parking and double garage Plot nearly three quarters of an acre Expansive woodland rear garden Use of tennis courts Could easily be four bedrooms Sitting Room 11'8' x 20' (3.56m x 6.1m). Entrance Hall 5'10' x 14'9' (1.78m x 4.5m). WC 5'10' x 4'11' (1.78m x 1.5m). Family Room 11' x 23'1' (3.35m x 7.04m). Kitchen 10'4' x 17' (3.15m x 5.18m). Study 11' x 11'5' (3.35m x 3.48m). Cupboard One 3' x 1'8' (0.91m x 0.5m). Cupboard Two 5'9' x 2'1' (1.75m x 0.64m). Cupboard Three 5'9' x 2'1' (1.75m x 0.64m). En-suite 10'4' x 5' (3.15m x 1.52m). Unnamed 1'5' x 9' (0.43m x 2.74m). Landing 6' x 14' (1.83m x 4.27m). Master Bedroom 22'5' x 11'9' (6.83m x 3.58m). Bathroom 11'9' x 5'10' (3.58m x 1.78m). Bedroom 2 16' x 9'4' (4.88m x 2.84m). Bedroom 3 11'5' x 8'1' (3.48m x 2.46m). Double Garage 18'9' x 21'2' (5.72m x 6.45m). Utility 9'4' x 4'11' (2.84m x 1.5m). Energy Performance Certificate

land for sale

12 acres, CHERTSEY, Surrey - UKLandandFarms.co.uk

listed on 2020-01-11  UKLandandFarms.co.uk   

3 bed detached house

Ottershaw Park, Ottershaw, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16

listed on 2019-10-24  John D Wood and Co   

TENURE: Unknown This handsome building occupies a site overlooking the sweeping drive up to the left side of the mansion, with the landmark stone bridge to the right. Offering generous off road parking and a double garage, there is enough space to comfortably accommodate significant guest parking. Enter into a spacious entrance hall and discover a 20' dual aspect sitting room with large bay window. A study shares the front aspect of the home, a convenient downstairs cloakroom and an impressive 23' family room extension large enough to seat any size family. The area is open plan and flows through into a modern kitchen with a breakfast area, which boasts views over the front and rear aspects. Both rooms offer access via French doors onto the rear terrace. Upstairs, the dimensions are impressive with a 22'7 master bedroom with an 11' dressing room, but this could be easily converted into two spacious doubles. Two further double bedrooms share a traditional family bathroom. Three bedroom home on prestigious private gated estate Generous parking and double garage Plot nearly three quarters of an acre Expansive woodland rear garden Use of tennis courts Could easily be four bedrooms Sitting Room 11'8' x 20' (3.56m x 6.1m). Entrance Hall 5'10' x 14'9' (1.78m x 4.5m). WC 5'10' x 4'11' (1.78m x 1.5m). Family Room 11' x 23'1' (3.35m x 7.04m). Kitchen 10'4' x 17' (3.15m x 5.18m). Study 11' x 11'5' (3.35m x 3.48m). Cupboard One 3' x 1'8' (0.91m x 0.5m). Cupboard Two 5'9' x 2'1' (1.75m x 0.64m). Cupboard Three 5'9' x 2'1' (1.75m x 0.64m). En-suite 10'4' x 5' (3.15m x 1.52m). Unnamed 1'5' x 9' (0.43m x 2.74m). Landing 6' x 14' (1.83m x 4.27m). Master Bedroom 22'5' x 11'9' (6.83m x 3.58m). Bathroom 11'9' x 5'10' (3.58m x 1.78m). Bedroom 2 16' x 9'4' (4.88m x 2.84m). Bedroom 3 11'5' x 8'1' (3.48m x 2.46m). Double Garage 18'9' x 21'2' (5.72m x 6.45m). Utility 9'4' x 4'11' (2.84m x 1.5m).

4 bed detached house

Ottershaw Park, Ottershaw, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16

listed on 2019-10-24  John D Wood and Co   

TENURE: Unknown This well presented family home offers spacious accommodation with four double bedrooms which includes a principal suite and further family bathroom, a large reception hall, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, sitting room, dining room and family room.Outside, there are generous gardens which are part wooded with three large areas of lawn. The total land area including the house is approx 1. 25 acres. There is a detached double garage, a large area of patio and terrace feature. Rarely available, gated private estate Total land area including the house is approx 1.25 acre Four bedrooms Master bedroom suite Large reception hall Three reception rooms Detached double garage

4 bed detached house

Chertsey

listed on 2019-05-20  Curchods   

Summary A substantial 4 bedroom riverside home set on a large mature plot with 67' main stream mooring and useful outbuildings, situated towards the foot of a quiet private lane only a short ride across the river to Laleham Village. EPC Rating: F Key Features Riverside home on large plot 67' Mainstream campshed mooring 4 Bedrooms 2 Reception rooms Two bathrooms (one en-suite) Double garage Detached office Full Description A substantial riverside home built in 1990 to a chalet design, providing a versatile layout and positioned to take full advantage of its delightful setting with panoramic views over this picturesque stretch of the river Thames. It is an ideal home for entertaining with its large interconnecting living space that has two sets of sliding glazed doors that open onto an expansive deck inset with a Jaccuzi spa. Step into the large square reception hall, which has ample space for furniture, and to one side is a guest cloakroom and a useful separate utility room. This leads through to the riverside living room that is a lovely bright room. To one side is an old stock brick fireplace with an open chimney, perfect for curling up in front of on those chilly winter evenings. A central archway leads through to the dining area that is double aspect with a tilt and slide patio door opening onto decking, perfect for alfresco dining. To the front is a kitchen/breakfast room that has been comprehensively fitted with a range of oak fronted units inset with a 4-ring ceramic hob, canopy cooker hood over and separate electric double oven. Provision has been made for a dishwasher, fridge and freezer and breakfast table. To the side, a double glazed door opens into a covered porch. Completing the ground floor is a master bedroom overlooking the river and with an en-suite bathroom fitted with a 3 piece coloured suite and a separate electric shower over the bath. To the first floor is a galleried landing overlooking the reception hall with access to the loft space. The three double bedrooms have built-in wardrobes or eaves storage cupboards. The family bathroom has been refitted with a contemporary 4 piece white suite comprising double ended bath, separate quadrant shower cubicle, a wash basin set in a vanity unit and a low flush WC. Council Tax Band - H; Private Resident's Association - £50pa Floor Plan Close Location Situated at the foot of this tranquil private lane over looking a copse to the rear and fronting onto the River Thames. Staines town centre with its comprehensive range of shops and mainline station are within 3.5 miles and for the motorist, junction 13, M25 is approximately 4 miles. Harris boat yard is at the foot of the lane and there are many fine golf courses and leisure facilities within the area.. Schools

4 bed detached house

Ottershaw Park, Ottershaw, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16

listed on 2019-12-02  CountryWide   

About this property TENURE: Unknown This well presented family home offers spacious accommodation with four double bedrooms which includes a principal suite and further family bathroom, a large reception hall, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, sitting room, dining room and family room.Outside, there are generous gardens which are part wooded with three large areas of lawn. The total land area including the house is approx 1. 25 acres. There is a detached double garage, a large area of patio and terrace feature. Rarely available, gated private estate Total land area including the house is approx 1.25 acre Four bedrooms Master bedroom suite Large reception hall Three reception rooms Detached double garage Energy Performance Certificate

4 bed detached house

Chertsey

listed on 2019-07-18  Burns and Webber   

Summary A substantial 4 bedroom riverside home set on a large mature plot with 67' main stream mooring and useful outbuildings, situated towards the foot of a quiet private lane only a short ride across the river to Laleham Village. EPC Rating: F Key Features Riverside home on large plot 67' Mainstream campshed mooring 4 Bedrooms 2 Reception rooms Two bathrooms (one en-suite) Double garage Detached office Full Description A substantial riverside home built in 1990 to a chalet design, providing a versatile layout and positioned to take full advantage of its delightful setting with panoramic views over this picturesque stretch of the river Thames. It is an ideal home for entertaining with its large interconnecting living space that has two sets of sliding glazed doors that open onto an expansive deck inset with a Jaccuzi spa. Step into the large square reception hall, which has ample space for furniture, and to one side is a guest cloakroom and a useful separate utility room. This leads through to the riverside living room that is a lovely bright room. To one side is an old stock brick fireplace with an open chimney, perfect for curling up in front of on those chilly winter evenings. A central archway leads through to the dining area that is double aspect with a tilt and slide patio door opening onto decking, perfect for alfresco dining. To the front is a kitchen/breakfast room that has been comprehensively fitted with a range of oak fronted units inset with a 4-ring ceramic hob, canopy cooker hood over and separate electric double oven. Provision has been made for a dishwasher, fridge and freezer and breakfast table. To the side, a double glazed door opens into a covered porch. Completing the ground floor is a master bedroom overlooking the river and with an en-suite bathroom fitted with a 3 piece coloured suite and a separate electric shower over the bath. To the first floor is a galleried landing overlooking the reception hall with access to the loft space. The three double bedrooms have built-in wardrobes or eaves storage cupboards. The family bathroom has been refitted with a contemporary 4 piece white suite comprising double ended bath, separate quadrant shower cubicle, a wash basin set in a vanity unit and a low flush WC. Council Tax Band - H; Private Resident's Association - £50pa Floor Plan Close Location Situated at the foot of this tranquil private lane over looking a copse to the rear and fronting onto the River Thames. Staines town centre with its comprehensive range of shops and mainline station are within 3.5 miles and for the motorist, junction 13, M25 is approximately 4 miles. Harris boat yard is at the foot of the lane and there are many fine golf courses and leisure facilities within the area.. Schools