The property is a Grade II Listed detached country house built circa late 1500s, with extensions during the 1930s and more recently the large east wing extension of circa 1980 (this part does not form part of the listed building). Ceiling heights are notably high for the period of this property with original features evident throughout, including the original inglenook fireplaces. The east wing extension has been sensitively designed to beautifully mirror the original house. The reception rooms are spacious with delightful views across the grounds. Parquet flooring extends throughout the majority of the ground floor with the elegantly carved wooden staircase of the 1980s, complimenting it.
The property continues over two further floors, with two large double bedrooms having dressing rooms and the master with a sizable en suite bathroom. The first floor also houses three further bedrooms and two separate bath/shower rooms. The second floor provides two double bedrooms.
The property is situated within the picturesque village of Ewhurst, which offers everyday amenities including a village shop, garage and country public house. The village is nestled at the foot of the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty which lends itself perfectly to walking, cycling and riding. The renowned Hurtwood Park Polo Club is a popular venue within the village.
Reputedly the largest village in England, Cranleigh neighbours Ewhurst and offers an abundance of restaurants, independent shops, supermarkets and a delightful weekly market. The regional centre of Guildford is approximately 11 miles away and has a comprehensive range of shops, restaurants, coffee shops and recreational facilities including G Live, Electric and the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre.
Further leisure facilities nearby include Cranleigh Leisure Centre, Cranleigh Golf and Country Club, Gatton Manor and Guildford Golf Club
There are a number of excellent schools in the area, both in the state and private sectors which include Ewhurst Infant School, Duke of Kent, Aldro and Cranleigh.
Approached via a long tree lined drive, Widewoods sits at the top, on the left hand side. The front garden is deep with the house set back within the plot. A well from days gone by is by the level front lawn with specimen trees and shrubs to the boundaries. The rear grounds extend towards woodland with a tennis court in situ, summer house and outbuildings. The separate paddocks include stabling blocks.