Park Horsley, East Horsley, KT24 5RZ
STUNNING, MODERN, ECO-FRIENDLY AND SPACIOUS FAMILY HOUSE IN A SOUGHT-AFTER PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL LOCATION.
Situated in a highly sought-after private residential road in East Horsley is this impressive eco-friendly family house which offers light and spacious accommodation. The property features SIPS insulating and solar thermal panels, a rainwater harvesting system and underfloor heating throughout. The superb open plan kitchen/breakfast/dining room includes a study area with bi-fold doors to the rear. The bespoke Alexander Lewis kitchen incorporates Siemens appliances and Lutron lighting, with front and rear bi-fold doors, whilst the Dansani & Laufen en suite bathrooms and cloakroom have Hansgrohe showers and taps. Leading off from the large vaulted reception hall is the media room, whilst the formal reception room is accessed via the kitchen/breakfast/dining room. The elegant master bedroom suite has a vaulted ceiling and Juliet balcony that overlooks the fields to the rear of the property. The rear garden has an entertaining terrace with a water feature and there is a decked seating area to the front of the property.
The property is close to excellent schools including Glenesk School, Raleigh School and Cranmore Preparatory School in East Horsley, Howard of Effingham School, the George Abbott school and St Teresa’s in Effingham, Guildford High School and the RGS school in Guildford, the ACS International School, Reeds School, Notre Dame, Parkside and Feltonfleet schools in Cobham, Danes Hill in Oxshott, Walton Oak School, Danesfield Manor School and Ashley Primary School in Walton on Thames, St George’s School and College in Weybridge, and a little further away are Downside School and St John’s School in Leatherhead. East Horsley’s rail station is nearby with regular services to London Waterloo (approximately 40 minutes), whilst the A3 and M25 motorways are within easy reach, leading to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
(Please note: there is a small separate swimming pool which is not currently commissioned. It would be the prospective tenant’s sole cost and responsibility should they so wish to get it recommissioned).
- Large vaulted reception hall
- Formal reception room
- Media room
- Impressive open plan kitchen/breakfast/dining room
- Utility room
- Master bedroom suite with vaulted ceiling, Juliet balcony and dressing room
- 3 further bedroom suites
- Delightful, mature garden with terrace, water feature and decked seating area
- Single garage
- Ample off-street parking
- Central London : 29 miles
- Surbiton : 16 miles
- Esher : 10 miles
- Cobham : 6 miles
- Guildford : 7 miles
- Gatwick : 20 miles
- Heathrow : 24 miles
(All distances are approximate)
- Glenesk School, East Horsley
- Raleigh School, East Horsley
- Cranmore Preparatory School, East Horsley
- Howard of Effingham School, Effingham
- The George Abbott School, Effingham
- St Teresa’s, Effingham
- Guildford High School, Guildford
- The RGS School, Guildford
- The ACS International School, Cobham
- Reeds School, Cobham
- Notre Dame, Cobham
- Parkside, Cobham
- Feltonfleet, Cobham
- Danes Hill, Oxshott
- Walton Oak School, Walton on Thames
- Danesfield Manor School, Walton on Thames
- Ashley Primary School, Walton on Thames
- St George’s School and College, Weybridge
- Downside School, Leatherhead
- St John’s School, Leatherhead
East Horsley is an attractive and popular village located in sought-after Surrey, and an excellent commuter location. The village appeared in the Domesday Book of 1086, listed as having two manors under the chief manor of Horslei, and it was held by Lefranc, Archbishop of Canterbury. Horsley Park is a gothic mansion at the heart of the village which was owned by William Currie and was designed by Sir Charles Barry, who later became the architect of the Houses of Parliarment. Currie was a distiller and banker who bought Horsley Park in 1784 and made extensive changes to the village, including the rebuilding of the majority of its houses, restoring the church and establishing the school. The property was later acquired by the 1st Earl of Lovelace and became the marital home for him and Ada, Lady Lovelace, who was a writer, mathematician and the world’s first computer programmer. Sir Thomas Sopwith, the aviation pioneer, was also a resident. In 1971 Horsley Park was used as a Staff Training College and was placed in the second category of the English Heritage scheme of architecture as a Grade II listed building. Today, Horsley Park is a hotel and conference centre and was used as a location for the film, The Colour of Magic, in 2008.
The village boasts a range of local shops as well as an NHS medical practice, opticians and a Legacy hotel. The Nomad Theatre in the village hosts a busy schedule of amateur productions. Further shops, boutiques and restaurants situated in nearby Cobham and Guildford. Horsley and Effingham Junction railway stations provide regular services to London Waterloo, as well as other local towns.
- Mainline rail station with regular services to London Waterloo (approximately 40 minutes).
- A3 within a short driving distance providing access to London, the M25 and motorway network providing easy access to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
- Excellent choice of schools including St Teresa’s, Howard of Effingham, the George Abbott School, Guildford High School, RGS and St John’s in Leatherhead.
- Leisure amenities including local shops and cafes, sports clubs, the Spectrum Leisure Complex and Lido swimming pool in nearby Guildford, and the Leatherhead Leisure Centre.
- High street names and department stores in nearby Guildford.
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