Pitt Lane, Frensham

£4,750,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 11205
  • Type: Barn Conversion
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 7
  • Bathrooms: 7
  • Reception Rooms: 5
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • A magnificent newly converted country house
  • Approximately 30 acres with state of the art equestrian facilities
  • Beautifully landscaped gardens
  • Seven bedrooms all ensuite
  • Five reception rooms
  • Central atrium with feature staircase
  • Luxurious kitchen/dining room with feature glass wine cellar
  • Estate style, fully automated electric gates
  • Stunning country views
  • Fully fitted outside kitchen with fire pit

Property Summary

A substantial contemporary barn conversion which benefits from panoramic country views and includes approximately 30 acres of paddock land with state of the art equestrian facilities. The property has recently won the prestigious Residential Property in Surrey award at The International Property Awards.

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A substantial newly constructed barn conversion which benefits from panoramic country views and includes approximately 30 acres of paddock land with state of the art equestrian facilities. The property has recently won the prestigious Residential Property in Surrey award at The International Property Awards.

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Beginning at the road, a long communal, tree lined driveway stretches between two reclaimed English bonded brickwork gate piers towards the house. Arriving at the boundary, a set of black powder coated, and automated steel gates delivered in an agricultural style, guard the driveway.

Highview stands clearly ahead with a central courtyard providing substantial parking provisions with a section of driveway continuing around the house toward the garaging facilities. A sawn limestone pathway, flanked with ornamental planting, leads to the huge bespoke pivot front security door complete with fingerprint access technology.

Inside the limestone laid entrance hallway, the brightness of the interior space is revealed. Ahead, the main central stairwell is fully vaulted to the underside of the roof structure, within which a vast three panel skylight is mounted that draws the cascade of light down into the lower level of the house. The steel, oak and glass balustraded staircase set against the backdrop of exposed brick completes this central feature and hints at the buildings former purpose.

To the right, views into the dining and kitchen area through the crittall enclosed and temperature controlled wine cellar display the scale and openness of the ground floor. The cutting edge contemporary kitchen with a large central island sits upon a floor laid with traditional Victorian patterned tiles. Above, a vaulted ceiling is clad with recovered natural pine and expertly installed to deliver texture and enclose the space. A further temperature controlled area in the form of a large pantry adds an unrivalled level of amenity to this sharp yet functional hub of the home.

Moving across the dining room and past it's three metre fireplace, the living room is presented through a fixed floor to ceiling, room width crittall panel into which a door is masterfully positioned. Exposed masonry walls rise to support the vaulted ceilings with oak floorboards, recovered from the original building, cladding the high level walls bringing a depth of character and history to the room. Impressive handcrafted rolling oak doors, held on industrial runners, lead through to the dedicated home cinema capable of accommodating 10 people in full recliner comfort and delivering a Dolby Atmos cinema experience via its 8m2 screen with over 60 acoustically enclosed speakers. Further en-suite guest rooms and household amenities such as utility and boot rooms sit functionally within the ground floor layout.

The first floor is commanded by its luxurious family orientated bedrooms, with the stairwell at its heart. Lightly coloured walls, inset occasionally with dark and sumptuous Farrow & Ball painted internal doors and vaulted ceilings, bring air and dimension to the accommodation.

The principal suite occupies almost half of the first floor plate and comprises of a large bedroom with lounge area and balcony that is afforded spectacular views over the grounds and on towards the ancient village of Frensham, and is served by separate his and hers dressing rooms. The exquisite en-suite, complete with a limestone clad vaulted shower area, is warm and full of interest. From the aged brass sanitary fittings to the freestanding bathtub and back-lit mirrored alcoves. Five further en-suite bedrooms deliver the high-quality family accommodation required.

In addition, the whole property benefits from Control 4 smart home control and zonal under-floor heating through both levels.

Externally the theme continues, with three independent outbuildings including secure garaging for multiple vehicles, a fully equipped gym and fitness centre including a home office/study, and a summer house which more recently has served as a classroom.

The centrepiece of the immediate formal gardens is the heated self-maintaining swimming pool which enjoys uninterrupted views of the Surrey Hills. A state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen with concrete worktops, fire pit and dining area sits tucked beneath a vine woven timber framed pergola to complete the formal gardens.

The property offers an array of quality equestrian facilities including approximately 30 acres of post and railed paddock land, field shelters, and a 20x40 manege. In addition, the construction of an American style barn containing several stables is currently under construction and will be included within the sale.

The property sits equidistant from Dockenfield and Frensham villages, surrounded by scenic Surrey countryside which falls within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The nearby Frensham village benefits from a community village shop, Holly Bush public house, village hall and recreation ground with children's playground, cricket, tennis and bowling clubs.

The larger town of Farnham can be found a few miles away offering a larger selection of amenities, shopping and leisure facilities. Both Farnham and the nearby village of Bentley are home to train stations providing commuter links to the neighbouring towns of Alton, Guildford, Farnborough and Camberley, and direct access to London Waterloo Station.