Knowle Lane, Cranleigh
A simply charming late 17th Century Grade II listed four-bedroom family home. Set within beautiful grounds and enjoying a splendid rural outlook over adjoining farmland. In all 1.21 acres.
Hammer Farm is a charming late 17th Century Grade II listed family home, with classic black timber frame and whitewashed brick underbuild. Part of the house still has the original Horsham stone roof, whilst the westerly elevation has a rare whitewashed fishscale tile hanging.
The main drawing room enjoys a dual aspect and lovely outlook across the gardens and the fields beyond. This magnificent room is centred by a large inglenook fireplace. An inner hallway leads around to the drawing room with a large wood burning stove, this room then leads into a kitchen and breakfast room. Towards the rear of the house is a generous study and sitting room with a southerly aspect.
The first floor accommodation is equally impressive, with a fabulous master bedroom, dressing room and en-suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms and extremely well-appointed family bathroom and separate shower room.
The gardens wrap around the farmhouse with a thick wooded and mature boundary, the gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a few well planted flower bed borders. In all 1.21 acres
Cranleigh village has much to offer with a wide range of traditional shops, supermarkets, an M&S Simply Food store together with a great variety of boutique stores, restaurants, coffee shops and public houses. Cranleigh offers a wide range of local school options such as Cranleigh School and Glebelands Secondary School, in addition to various infant and primary schools. A further excellent selection of schools also nearby such as Longacre, St. Catherines, The Royal Grammar School, Guildford High School for Girls or Duke of Kent, to name but a few.
For more comprehensive shopping, restaurants, and theatres, the County Town of Guildford is nearby with its mainline station connecting with London Waterloo. The motorway network is easily accessed via the A281/A3 putting central London, Heathrow, and Gatwick within easy reach. Local recreational amenities are plentiful including the local leisure centre with a swimming pool, Cranleigh cricket, and rugby clubs.
The Cranleigh Arts Centre hosts regular films, theatre, bands, comedy, and childrens shows. For the golfing enthusiast, there are numerous courses in the area including Cranleigh Golf & Country Club and Bramley Golf Club, there is also polo at Hurtwood Park and racing at Goodwood.
For the walking, cycling, and riding enthusiasts, the Surrey Hills AONB are seventh heaven proving a network of public footpaths and bridleways amongst the rolling hills of the North Downs.
- Drawing room with inglenook fireplace, dining room, family room, study
- Fitted kitchen/breakfast room
- Master bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom
- Three further double bedrooms, family bathroom and shower room
- Double Garage
- In all 1.21 acres