As you draw into the driveway, it is all but impossible not to admire the wonderful form of this handsome Edwardian home. While larger today than when it was originally built, great care was made to ensure that the extensions were symapthectically carred out, ensuring none of the original fabric of the building was compromised.
Today the property offers a wealth of free flowing living space well suited to the demands of contemporary living. The bright kitchen breakfast room is well proportioned and offers fabulous vistas over the gardens which are are a feature in their own right. An adjoining utility room complements this charming space which is well suited to informal dining. The dining room, is a fine room accentuated by lofty ceilings and large enough to host a sizable dining table and associted furniture. An attractive bay window on account of of its south westerly orientation brings a great deal of natural light to this appealing room. The sitting room is double aspect and hosts a beautiful and ornate fireplace. Access to this room can be via two points from the entrance hall which forms a spacious hub from which all the principle receptions spur. The drawing room is the most expansive room downstairs and adjoins a stunning conservatory which provides the perfect vantage point from which to enjoy the formal gardens.
Upstairs the property has five bedrooms and three bathrooms all of which are presented in excellent decorative order. The master bedroom has an abundnace of built in storage and an en suite shower room. A lobby to the entrance of this room could be converted if so desired to create a dressing area. The guest bedroom is also en suite while the family bathroom is well positioned in relation to the three remaining bedrooms.
In essence this is a charming period home that functions as well as it looks. The over sized reception hall very much sets the tone for the rest of the property which is impressive throughout. No fewer than four receptions give great flexibility in terms of configuration and provide living space suitable for the growing family.
The village of Pirbright is a much coveted setting, one which very much encapsulates the many qualities of a village lifestyle without the compromise of isolation. A scenic village green overlooked by two popular country pubs, is enveloped with countryside comprising various woodland, heathland and the picturesque Pirbright Common itself. For the keen golfer, the three 'W's' namely West Hill, Woking and Worplesdon golf clubs lay close by, the latter accessible by foot from the property itself. Aside from golf, the village has its own Tennis and Cricket Club which alongised the Village Hall with all its associated activities serve as a focal point for the local viallage community.
The mainline station of Brookwood is close by providing great links to London Waterloo, while the road infrastructure includes easy access onto the M3 M25 and A3. Local schooling both state and private, include Pirbright Primary School, Hoe Bridge, Gordons, The Royal Grammar School, Guildford High and Tormead.
Pirbright is seen by many as a quintessential english village. An active communtity, beautiful open countryside, and great transport links underline the popularity of this unique and appealing setting.