A stunning family home set in an enviable position with light and spacious accommodation, built in 2004 to an exacting specification and finished to a high standard throughout. The impressive, adaptable accommodation, ideal for family living is set over three storeys with a welcoming reception hall with oak flooring, architraves and double doors leading to all the connecting ground floor rooms. A dining room with oak flooring and double aspect views houses an attractive central fireplace which also benefits the main sitting room, both rooms providing double French door access out onto the terrace. The family room, off the kitchen with built in bar area and double doors leading out onto a central courtyard/BBQ area. The very well-appointed kitchen/breakfast room boasts a wealth of storage and a central island all complimented by attractive granite work surfaces. From the kitchen there is access through to a generous utility room with a tiled floor and a connecting door to the courtyard. Following on through the utility room is a further annex/TV/entertainment room with adjoining gym/study both of which provide direct access onto the central courtyard.
From the reception hall stairs provide access to the first floor landing with an attractive oak floor and double doors leading out to a front aspect balcony providing views across the main courtyard, stables and paddocks. The first floor provides access to a generous suite providing excellent views over neighbouring farmland. There are four further bedrooms on this floor, two of which are en-suite all enjoying rural views. The second floor provides a magnificent double aspect bedroom or teenager's suite with a large bathroom offering a full suite and jacuzzi bath and fabulous storage area. A real feature of this fabulous family home is the courtyard entertaining area which is set to the side of the property and conveniently accessed from reception rooms on three sides.
Oakdale house is located in the sought after hamlet of Shillinglee in a delightful semi-rural setting on the Surrey/West Sussex borders. Shillinglee is approximately two miles from the well known village of Chiddingfold with its lovely green, church, shops and village school. For more comprehensive facilities Haslemere is about five miles away, where there is a fast rail link to London Waterloo station in under an hour. The area is criss-crossed by miles of foot and bridle paths, ideal for both walking and riding. Shillinglee is on the edge of the newly formed South Downs National Park.
The house sits in its own landscaped gardens and woodland of approximately 2.8 acres. The grounds offer a range of useful outbuildings including a detached barn style triple garage, an open triple bay car port and a range of stables with an adjoining tack room. Backing onto open fields with delightful rural views this lovely home is located in a small hamlet approximately three miles south of Chiddingfold. Approached through electronically operated gates, a long sweeping drive leads to the house. The gardens have been landscaped and, in addition to the courtyard entertaining area, offer extensive terraced entertaining areas and a large area of lawn bordered by some mature specimen trees. A pond set to the front of the gardens provides an attractive water feature.
Oakdale House is served by mains electric and water. The heating is fuelled by underground calor gas and there is a septic drainage system.
Mileages (Distances are approximate) Haslemere – 6 miles Guildford – 17 miles London – 47 miles Heathrow – 38 miles Gatwick – 31 miles
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