This “enchanting” farmhouse for sale is more than 400 years old and comes with its own meadow and woodlands.
Smallbrook Farm, near Thursley, is Grade II listed, dating back to the early 16th century and retaining many period features.
The property is a hall house, a traditional home built for farmers, and is timber framed with a hipped roof and an open gabled porch.
The entrance hall leads to a sitting room with a timber floor and an open brick fireplace, while an extension offers an oak framed kitchen with bi-fold doors, marble flooring, a breakfast bar and fitted appliances.
Beside the sitting room is a snug or TV den, which has its own inglenook fireplace, and a separate study, while completing the ground floor is a utility room and WC.
Upstairs, there is a large principal bedroom with built-in storage space, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms.
As well as the main house, there is an outbuilding with a studio living space inside, and a detached double garage with another studio, kitchen and shower room.
Outside, the grounds span approximately 1.1 acres, featuring an elevated terrace with York stone paving.
The gardens are split between formal gardens, woodland areas and a wild meadow, leading down to a brook.
The property is being sold by estate agents Savills, for a price of £2,350,000.
Lee Shipp of Savills says: “This enchanting house is in a wonderful setting down a pretty country lane, just under a mile from Thursley, a sought after Surrey village which lies within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
“The bright, open plan kitchen with vaulted ceiling and views across the beautiful gardens is a magnificent feature.”