About this property
Stunning mansion with generous accommodation and many traditional features.
The front door opens up into a welcoming reception hall, straight ahead is access out onto the gardens and accommodation is split into an East and West wing.
To the left is a generous kitchen with high quality fixtures and fittings. There is also a family area to enjoy.
Off the kitchen is the family/TV room which opens out to the garden terrace. A boot room, cloakroom and a separate utility room complete the
accommodation on the West wing.
To the right of the reception hall is an elegant study/library which overlooks and has access out to the gardens. There is the stunning generous reception room which is split into two sections, the first being the dining room, which then opens
up to the striking drawing room where you are immediately drawn to the pentagonal shaped area with views over the gardens.
The orangery is next to the sitting room. A bright, versatile space which can either be tranquil to relax and unwind or a fun room to entertain with two sets of doors out to the front and back of the house.
The first floor comprises a fabulous main bedroom suite with a bay window offering views of the gardens and golf course, his and hers’ dressing rooms and a luxury en suite. There
are four further bedroom suites and a separate kitchenette on this floor.
The second floor comprises a gym, studio, a media room and a sixth bedroom and shower room, making this the ideal space for a live in nanny.
A true feature are the stunning grounds this property has to offer. Landscaped beautifully, mainly laid to lawn and featuring two ponds and a water feature, a bridge over the pond extends down into the extensive woods with private
access onto the golf course. There is an outdoor heated swimming pool with pool house featuring changing rooms, kitchen area and bar, built in BBQ and separate tennis court.
Hidden to the left as you approach the property is a triple garage with self-contained annexe.
- St George’s Hill is internationally renowned as one of the most sought-after private estates in England. Access onto the private, gated estate is controlled 24 hours a day by the estate’s security personnel and is restricted at all times. St George’s Hill is set in some 900 acres and features a private championship standard golf course and a separate private tennis and squash club. The tennis club is one of the foremost racquet sports clubs in England, with 30 grass and all-weather tennis courts, two indoor courts and four squash courts. The tennis club also has a 20 metre indoor swimming pool, a well-equipped gym and a restaurant and bar.
- In addition to the on-site sporting facilities, there are many other challenging golf courses locally including Burhill, Wisley, Woking, Foxhills, Queenwood, Worplesdon and West Hill. Racing is available at Sandown Park, Ascot, Epsom and Windsor. Polo can be enjoyed at Guards Polo Club and The Royal Berkshire Polo Club.
- St George’s Hill offers an ideal location for families looking for security and privacy and there are several English and International schools in the area including Reeds School, St George’s College and The ACS International School at Cobham. Weybridge and the surrounding area has a variety of Ofsted rated good and outstanding primary and senior schools in both the private and public sectors, providing education from nursery through to 6th form and also a very popular 6th form college.
- Located on the South bank of the rivers Thames and Wey where the two rivers meet, Weybridge is an historic town that dates back to the Iron Age. Originally named after the wooden bridge over the river Wey used by pilgrims to the Chertsey Abbey, in the last 100 years Weybridge has become known for its aspirational, innovative and creative residents. Each generation leaving their legacy to the town through its own style of properties and industry.
- There was once a royal palace in Weybridge that was used by Henry VIII and his wives, as well as other Kings and Queens. Today, Oatlands Park Hotel is all that remains of the royal estate. You can still find reminders of the original palace in and around Weybridge.
- In more recent history, Weybridge was a magnet for motor enthusiasts, as it was home to Brooklands Race Track, some of the track still remains. The river Wey cuts through the Brooklands site. If you wanted to catch some racing without paying, you would take a punt up the river. This was apparently the origin of the phrase punters’. Today you can visit Brooklands Museum and Mercedes Benz World at the site.
- Privacy, space and accessibility, an abundance of sports and activities and excellent schools makes Weybridge the perfect location for those who enjoy a variety of interests and passions.
- There are many water sports on the Thames: paddle boarding; kayaking; rowing; sailing and wild water swimming are among the most popular. Weybridge also has many clubs for children and adults: tennis; rugby; football; creative arts; horse riding; dance and more.
- With several restaurants, pubs and local markets as well as independent and chain cafés the town is well served for a variety of excellent food and drink, just right for your formal and informal occasions. A particular local favourite is The Waverley, a chic steak and seafood restaurant with cocktail bar. With cinemas, theatres, local art galleries, museums and historic houses and gardens nearby, there is never a shortage of things to do.
- The town is near junction 11 of the M25 and is on a fast train line into London Waterloo. Journey time from 31 minutes.
- Please note all distances are approximate.
- EPC Rating: C
- Tenure: Freehold
- Council Tax Band: H