Dating back to Tudor times, Matham Manor is a unique, Grade II listed home, that was once Henry VIII’s hunting lodge.
Electric gates open onto the imposing six bedroom house. The attention to detail throughout the refurbishment has been impeccable, resulting in a light, open plan home with period characteristics. The spacious Shaker style kitchen/breakfast room features original beams, an Aga, light granite worktops and an open fire, creating the perfect countryside kitchen.
A rear extension leads to a living space with skylights that flood the area with light and French doors with direct access to the picturesque garden. The room offers both a living and dining area and is the ideal space for entertaining. The ground floor also includes an impressive family room, living room, a separate utility room and a cloakroom.
The first floor has four spacious bedrooms, three of which are en suite. There is also a separate cloakroom and bathroom on this floor. The second floor has two more bedrooms, both of which feature original beams and a large storage area.
The south-facing garden has been re-landscaped to feature numerous seating areas that are perfect for summer entertaining. As well as a spacious lawn there is a mini maze that adds a distinctive feature to this wonderful family home.
A brick wall surrounds the perimeter of Matham Manor giving privacy whilst creating a quaint country feel. Externally the gravel driveway has space for ample parking and there is a bonus of a twin carport and large store area.
The house is within a superb commuter location with easy access to the M25 and A3. There are fast and regular train services from Hampton Court, Surbiton and Esher stations. There are also many excellent state and independent schools in the area.
Read more about this luxury property on page 100 of London Property South Magazine