Located in a truly delightful semi rural setting in Wanborough this unique period home, with origins back to the mid 1800s, was the local school house. Subsequently the property was extended in the 1920s to form a residential property with later extensions in the 80s and again by our clients in the 90s to create the family home in evidence today.
The property has attractive part tiled and rendered elevations under a pitched roof and is far larger than initially apparent, offering spacious and well planned accommodation over two floors retaining much of the character of the original main building. The main entrance is to the side and is part of the 1920s extension and has a beautiful door opening into a vestibule with a cloakroom with quarry tiled floor beyond, which is an impressive main entrance hall with timber beams and a galleried landing creating a real 'wow' factor.
The impressive 27 ft living room has a fireplace and enjoys views over the gardens and fields beyond whilst the dining room is equally spacious creating a great social, family and entertaining hub as it leads directly into the fitted kitchen/breakfast room with space for day to day dining. The remainder of the ground floor comprises a boiler room and utility room.
The first floor offers five bedrooms, all enjoying delightful views and the guest suite benefits from an en-suite shower room in addition to the family bathroom. In addition to the principal accommodation the property also has a detached double garage with a 24ft studio room above it with independent access making it ideal for a variety of different uses. There is also a detached timber clad wood store and a pretty summer house occupying an elevated setting on the front terrace to make the most of the views. The property benefits from propane gas and has oil fired central heating and there is a septic tank.
Wildfield is located up a private country lane overlooking greenbelt land and fields.
Wanborough is a rural hamlet at the foot of the Hog's Back ridge, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with views of the Surrey Hills. Wildfield in on the edge of the parish about 20 minutes walk from the hamlet itself. The hamlet consists of just 14 houses, a church listed in the Doomsday Book, a medieval barn and a statuesque Manor House. It lies in the Green Belt and is both a Conservation Area and an Area of Great Landscape Value. It is conveniently located just over four miles from Guildford town centre with a comprehensive range of shopping, social, recreational and educational facilities. Wanborough station is under a mile away and Guildford mainline station offers a commuter service to London Waterloo in 38 minutes. It is within the parish of the united benefice of Puttenham and Wanborough, Seale and Sands and therefore within the catchment area for the highly regarded Puttenham Infants school and also a range of private schools.
As the county town of Surrey, Guildford has much to offer. With a vibrant High Street, it offers a great shopping and dining experience and also the Surrey Sports Park, G Live and the renowned Yvonne Arnaud theatre not to mention access to the River Wey and the Surrey Hills.