5 bedroom detached house for sale

£2,250,000
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Beds: 5
Baths: 3
Pirbright, Surrey GU24 See map

Encompassed by the privacy of approximately 5.4 acres of stunning grounds and surrounding common land, Heath Oaks sits peacefully on the edge of Pirbright village and benefits from capacious gardens, an orchard, paddocks, outbuildings and stables. Accessed across Burners Heath, passing by a secluded pond and down a sweeping long gravel driveway, a superb work/life balance can be achieved within this expansive detached double fronted residence offering office and study area as well the beautifully flowing spaces of interconnecting living and dining rooms, a first class kitchen/breakfast room and south-west facing conservatory.

With idyllic south-west facing vistas, Heath Oaks sits tucked back from the leafy environs of Guildford Road within moments from the charm and history of Pirbright village. Once a bungalow and now a spacious detached family abode, it offers the elegance of a classic English country home with the peace and tranquility of a magnificent 5.41-acre plot. From the paddocks, stabling and abundance of outbuildings to the tastefully landscaped gardens, orchard, pond and blissful panorama, its setting instantly sparks the imagination.

Behind the canopied doorway and triple aspect porch of a double-fronted facade, a central entrance hall with the quintessential patterns of a parquet floor unfolds onto a wealth of space for both family and business life.

Subtly delineated by the curves of a high archway, the easy flowing design of two reception rooms creates a tremendous open plan space in which to relax and entertain. With wood flooring running underfoot, the large double aspect living room has the welcoming glow of a first class wood burner and the added charm of feature alcoves in its chimney breast.

French doors entice you to step out beneath the shelter of an enchanting covered seating area with glorious vistas, while a wide window in the dining room provides the perfect spot for a statement console or sofa.

Explore further and you’ll find that the sense of space and pastoral outlooks are echoed in a Optiplan country kitchen/breakfast room fully fitted with the warming tones of pippy oak cabinetry topped with contrasting silver pearl granite. A generous array of integrated Bosch appliances includes a fan oven and steam combi oven, an induction hob with glass extractor, dishwasher, and the considerable wrap-around design also has dedicated space for an American-style fridge freezer.

Equally ideal for day to day meals or catching up on the day’s events over a glass of wine, the breakfast room area extends this sociable space with French doors to an exceptional conservatory where an expanse of glazing gives you all the excuse you need to sit back and admire your surroundings. The double doors of this magnificent retreat engender a seamless connection with the covered seating area enhancing the fluidity of the ground floor further still.

A utility room keeps laundry and additional appliances hidden from view, while the double aspect office and study rooms give a choice of spaces in which to work from home when needed. A cloakroom completes the ground floor.

The elegant aesthetics and far-reaching views on all sides of the house lend a calm and peaceful air to each of the four double bedrooms that pepper the first floor. Stretching out over the full depth of the house, the excellent principal suite generates its own wing. Cherry wood wardrobes with a fitted dressing table supply ample storage within the bedroom area and rich cherry red tiles add a discerning dash of colour to the contemporary en suite shower room. A separate fitted dressing room can be used by all the family and has the versatility to become a nursery or playroom if you’d rather.

Across the hallway, each of the additional three bedrooms have fitted storage of their own. The second bedroom benefits from an en suite while the other bedrooms share a deluxe family bathroom stylishly appointed with a walk-in shower, bath and curved tiers of metal mosaics.

Outside

Blending beautifully with the surrounding countryside and statuesque woodland trees, the 5.41 acre grounds of Heath Oaks produce an enviable and secluded escape from the world outside. A sweeping gravel driveway immediately gives a heightened feel of privacy and seclusion as it weaves its way gently down to the house past the walled garden and garaging, then onto a vast array of outbuildings and workshops that sit securely in a gated area of their own with direct access to the paddocks and stabling. The buildings in the gated area are fully powered and there is ample scope to turn these into additional stabling. A detached double garage sits next to the house with an electric up and over door, an integral loft storage area and attached to additional garden equipment stores, securely accessed through the gated gardens.

Step out from the covered seating area to the rear of the house and you’ll find a landscaped paved patio encircling the ground floor, producing an enchanting spot for al fresco dining or lazy summer afternoons slumbering in the sunshine. Extensive lawns with a predominant south-west facing aspect stretch out before you, leading the way to a large sunken pond. A and A paved path through the established planting of deep beds encourages you to take a stroll beneath a berberis covered archway and out to the adjacent fields, passing the timber gazebo amongst the trees. There is a pumped borehole under the gazebo which collects rain water from the barn roofs as well as being naturally fed by the water table. Three well proportioned and neatly kept gated paddocks bordered by native hedgerows offer a multitude of options and give a panoramic backdrop to the formal gardens. These can be accessed from several gated points on the driveway, garden or from an additional separate track access from the Aldershot Road, which is specifically for agricultural access only.

It is good to note that the house benefits from a mains gas supply. The property has a cesspit rather than mains drainage and the double ended water trough supplying two of the paddocks plus water supply in Outbuilding 2 is fed from the main water supply of the house.

Location

Pirbright Village is a semi-rural setting which serves all walks of life. The property is within a short stroll of the village green, with two local pubs (The White Hart & The Cricketers), Village Primary school, GP surgery & chemist and the nearby common.

Brookwood train line offers a frequent fast train into London Waterloo (30 mins) three trains per hour. There is also a nearby bus stop taking you to Woking within 20 mins.

5 miles to Woking 6 miles to Guildford.

Listed: February 7, 2024
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