Abinger Common, Dorking
A fine example of the modern, streamlined Neo-Georgian style with 29.5 acres, set in the heart of the Surrey Hills
Shootlands was designed by Oswald P. Milne in 1933-34 and is a fine example of the modern, streamlined Neo-Georgian style. Arranged over
three floors much of the accommodation benefits from a dual or southerly aspect over the gardens, paddocks, and woodland beyond. The ground floor offers splendour and finery with a delightful drawing room with floor to ceiling windows, green marble fireplace and adjoining music room with
doors to an attractive loggia. In addition, a formal limed panelled dining room, sitting room, kitchen/ breakfast, and conservatory all overlooking the
grounds. A panelled hall and staircase lead to the 1st floor that serves all the principle bedrooms, bath/ shower rooms and study. A secondary staircase leads up to the third floor with a 29 games room, two further bedrooms and
bathroom. With vaulted ceilings and attractive dormer windows this floor offers versatility and scope to change.
Of note, are the beautiful mature gardens and grounds made up of lawned formal gardens, wooded copse, and extensive paddocks all with a southerly aspect extending to about. 29.5 acres.