Effingham Surrey, KT24


sixteenth century period home with traditional decor and grounds. swimming pool.
the house is characterised by its red brick facades and imposing chimneys relieved by diamond leaded light windows to the front and georgian styling to the rear.
there have been two substantial additions to the original tudor property, one georgian and a second in the 1920’s.the house is extensively screened and is centrally sited within the grounds which extend to over 1 acre approached through a gravelled driveway and turning circle. the beautifully landscaped grounds feature a heated swimming pool, well maintained lawns, sunken garden and ornamental flower and shrub bed with crucifix central pond surrounded by many species of flowers.
internally, the house has character features including heavily beamed ceilings, oak latch doors and imposing fireplaces. the main reception room features an impressive inglenook fireplace, whilst the main staircase and landing have beautiful stairs and balustrades. somewhat surprisingly the property also has a light and airy feel. overall the extensive accommodation is arranged over 3 floors and would offer the adaptability to make a number of imposing suites.


save PDF