This Georgian property for sale sits in five acres of land - including its own tennis court and stables.
Tundry House, in Hook, was built in the early 1800s and has “elegant” period features throughout, including a pilastered front door, fireplaces, sash windows and high ceilings.
Entering the property, there is a double aspect formal drawing room with a wide box bay window and double doors to the garden.
The dining room is described as a “grand” room, with sash windows, while to the front of the property is an informal sitting room and a study.
Opposite the study is a high-ceilinged kitchen with an AGA cooker and a breakfast area, plus a utility room completing the level.
Leading upstairs is a turned staircase, and in the east wing is the principal bedroom suite with a box bay window, an en-suite bathroom and a dressing room.
There are a further four bedrooms on this level, a bathroom and a shower room.
Accessed from the courtyard there is also a bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, which could be used as a guest bedroom.
In the grounds is Tundry Cottage, which is thought to have been built at the same time as the house and comprises a sitting room, a kitchen and breakfast room, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The grounds of the property span five acres, with a formal lawned garden, a tennis court, and a further garden area.
As well as this, there is space for equestrian activities, including paddocks, stables and outbuildings.
To the front of the house is a gravel driveway with woodland borders.
The property is being sold by Savills for a price of £2,950,000.
Rory McKenzie of Savills says: “Tundry House is an exceptionally handsome Georgian property with impressive proportions, set in five acres of land including gardens, equestrian facilities, outbuildings and a cottage.”