This Grade-II listed 16th Century farmhouse in Surrey is an ideal instance of recent renovations enhancing a interval property. The six bed room home has undergone in depth renovations all through, with nice care taken to retain key interval options.
A extremely notable transformation comes with the addition of Bifold doorways that utterly remodel the open-plan kitchen space.
Step inside this charming farmhouse to see the transformation for your self…
From the outside you’ll be able to actually recognize the seamless mix of outdated and new.
It’s this room the place the renovations are most evident.
The up to date kitchen has been fitted to a excessive commonplace. Full with trendy quartz work tops and a plentiful breakfast bar island. These trendy options sit alongside farmhouse favourites of a conventional butler sink and an AGA.
A wall of double bifold doorways present spectacular views out to the beneficiant gardens. This open-plan residing area is a good social area, very best for entertaining – particularly throughout hotter months with the doorways open.
The room utterly opens up, to really embrace the artwork of convey the outside in and vice versa.
The primary front room is the place we actually see the interval nature of the property. Characterful options remaining embody uncovered timbers, brick partitions, stone flooring and have fireplaces.
The bed room
The main bedroom options luxurious carpets, an ornamental damask wallpaper and matching bedside pendant lights.
A up to date all-white suite lends a contemporary edge, whereas the unique wood beams retain interval attraction. The 2 seems to be combine seamlessly.
The grounds play host to 8 stables, tack room and cloakroom to type a complete equestrian providing.
This gorgeous property is presently in the marketplace with brokers Savills, with an asking value of £1,650,000.
If you happen to lived on this home, which room would you spend probably the most time in?