Oakwood House is a stunning Victorian villa which has been beautifully restored to blend the original period features with modern amenities; including high ceilings, ornate cornicing, wooden floors and fireplaces. The interior design includes many bespoke pieces, cast iron radiators and exclusive wallpapers. Arranged over three floors, and incorporating the impressive turret tower, the accommodation is light, spacious and versatile with a natural flow. The reception hall features a superb, centrepiece antique peat burning stove, and double doors lead to the dual aspect, generous dining room. The drawing room has its own unique freestanding stove, corner bay window and wood...panelling. The sitting room and library/study are mirror images, both with tall bay windows, the former having a cast iron fireplace. The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast/family room provides a range of contemporary wall and floor units with feature splashbacks, with a built-in seating for a table to provide more informal dining, the whole combining to create an ideal family and entertaining space. The neighbouring fitted utility room has a Belfast sink and cast-iron fireplace; whilst a useful, separate boot room has doors to the front and rear garden. On the first floor the dual aspect master bedroom has a tall bay window and corner turret window, and a luxurious, contemporary style en suite shower room. There are five further bedrooms on this floor, plus two family bathrooms. The 7th bedroom occupies the second floor with corner turret window boasting magnificent views across farmland. AGENTS NOTE: Planning Permission has been granted for a side extension to include a gym, store & wet room. (Tandridge District Council 2019/2131) The property has two electric gate entrances and is approached over a gravelled driveway offering ample parking, in addition to the triple garage. The enclosed garden to the rear features level lawns with numerous seating areas including a contemporary gazebo, well-stocked flowerbedsand a generous paved terrace; ideal for entertaining and al fresco dining. The garden is screened by mature shrubs and trees. From the house, via a “no through road”, is a public footpath with access to the historic National Trust Harewoods Estate, including ancient woodland and bluebell woods.
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