Mill house in Shalford, Surrey is a Jacobean gem ideal for a family looking to locate to the south east, or close to London. The property was built in the early 1600s in the Dutch style, predominantly of stone. It has six bedrooms and four bathrooms, drawing room, study, panelled dining room and morning room, sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, large cellar and attic.
Outside is a double garage, log store and outbuildings, a lawn and herbaceous gardens of around two acres, and meadows leading down to the Tillingbourne, which is a tributary of the River Wey. The views look straight across farmland to the Chantries and the North Downs.
All the rooms in the house are large, light and airy, and this is a rare opportunity to acquire a historic property which has been beautifully maintained.
Mill House lies within the boundaries of Shalford Village, which is set within an area of outstanding natural beauty. It has two public houses, a doctors surgery, veterinary surgery, church shops and village green. The house is also less than two miles from Guildford, and its extensive amenities; trains to London Waterloo from Guildford take around over half an hour.
There is an excellent selection of local schools, and walking, riding, golf and tennis are all popular in the area.
The guide price for Mill House is £2.895m. For further information, please contact Hamptons International on 01483 572 864 or visit www.hamptons.co.uk.