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Normandy, GU3 2JE £1.195m

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With easy access to commuter links, a Grade II listed wing of historic country house enjoying a substantial and secluded garden.

Queen Anne House enjoys a rural situation beside a lane off the A31, Hogs Back Road. Situated at the foot of the North Downs ridge, the property is benefits from a pleasant aspect over surrounding farmland. The historic town of Guildford offers an extensive range of high street shopping and a selection of cultural and leisure amenities. These include a wide choice of restaurants, night clubs, a multiplex cinema, the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Electric Theatre and the G-Live entertainment venue. Guildford station provides a fast and frequent service to London Waterloo, with journey times from about 35 minutes. The nearby market town of Farnham also offers an extensive range of shops, restaurants, boutiques and supermarkets, including Waitrose. Farnham station provides a service to London Waterloo, with journey times from under an hour.

The area benefits from excellent road communications via the A31 and the A3, for London and the south coast, which connects at Wisley with the M25 for the airports and the national motorway network. Recreational and sporting opportunities include golf at Puttenham and a number of other clubs in the area. Polo is available at Hurtwood Park, Ewhurst and Cowdray, Midhurst; racing at Ascot, Sandown Park, Goodwood and Epsom; and sailing at Frensham. At both Farnham and Guildford, there are comprehensive multi-activity sports centres.

Wanborough station: 1 miles, A31: 1.9 miles, Guildford: 5 miles, Farnham: 6 miles, M25 (J10): 14 miles.

(All mileages and times approximate)

  • Entrance hall
  • Drawing room with balcony
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • 3 bedrooms
  • Bedroom 4 / study
  • 2 bath / shower rooms
  • Gardens of about 0.48 acres
  • Double Garage
  • Additional Parking

With easy access to commuter links, a Grade II listed wing of historic country house enjoying a substantial and secluded garden.

Queen Anne House enjoys a rural situation beside a lane off the A31, Hogs Back Road. Situated at the foot of the North Downs ridge, the property is benefits from a pleasant aspect over surrounding farmland. The historic town of Guildford offers an extensive range of high street shopping and a selection of cultural and leisure amenities. These include a wide choice of restaurants, night clubs, a multiplex cinema, the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Electric Theatre and the G-Live entertainment venue. Guildford station provides a fast and frequent service to London Waterloo, with journey times from about 35 minutes. The nearby market town of Farnham also offers an extensive range of shops, restaurants, boutiques and supermarkets, including Waitrose. Farnham station provides a service to London Waterloo, with journey times from under an hour.

The area benefits from excellent road communications via the A31 and the A3, for London and the south coast, which connects at Wisley with the M25 for the airports and the national motorway network. Recreational and sporting opportunities include golf at Puttenham and a number of other clubs in the area. Polo is available at Hurtwood Park, Ewhurst and Cowdray, Midhurst; racing at Ascot, Sandown Park, Goodwood and Epsom; and sailing at Frensham. At both Farnham and Guildford, there are comprehensive multi-activity sports centres.

Wanborough station: 1 miles, A31: 1.9 miles, Guildford: 5 miles, Farnham: 6 miles, M25 (J10): 14 miles.

(All mileages and times approximate)

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