Eyhurst Farm, Outwood Lane, Kingswood KT20

£4,150,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 7
Eyhurst Farm House comprises seven bedrooms, including the original servant quarters suitable for bedrooms, independent relative or staff; four reception rooms, gymnasium, games rooms, superb kitchen/breakfast room and fantastic underground swimming pool complex.

This substantial 14th century Grade II Listed farm house is packed with period detailing and located within impressive grounds extending to approximately 5 acres, with a private lake, paddocks and tennis court. Many original features remain that highlight the traditional character of the property including heavy oak beams, oak floors, some panelled walls and splendid open fireplaces. Eyhurst Farm House perfectly combines the peace and quiet of country living with the benefit of easy access to all amenities - it's a home that carries its own style and personality. The property has a real sense of history about it that is very comforting and the views are breathtaking, an internal viewing is strongly recommended as a property of this calibre rarely becomes available.

Owners CommentsEyhurst Farm House can claim its heritage from as far back as the late 14th century when homes were built

around a great hall, solar and a room for servants. Only someone of great wealth and status could afford such a

home and it is very likely that this magnificent building could have witnessed some incredible events, as well as

accommodated some remarkable people, including royalty. Located as it is near Kingswood it is possible that

Eyhurst Farm House was originally a hunting lodge to be used by a medieval monarch and their entourage.

Although the house has been extended throughout the centuries, the last major renovation occurring

around 150 years ago, Eyhurst Farm House continues to exude a sense of history. From the main staircase

and into the upper level where the original beams can still be seen create, for the observer, a tremendous

sense of awe and wonder.

“How many homes can boast of such history or decoration?” asks Reg. “We’ve always felt privileged to be able

to live here and share our own family history with such a long tradition. It’s very much an olde-worlde type

country house with plenty of space, both inside and outdoors, so that entertaining guests is pretty easy. It’s a very

welcoming and inviting home.”

“Indeed, the very walls themselves instil strength and confidence such as you can only experience with an historic

property. We’ve spent almost 26 years here and have brought some areas up-to-date and more in tune with a

contemporary lifestyle. We’re particularly proud of the swimming pool, the entire area designed so that it imitates

a temple on an island in the Aegean, but most importantly, underground so that there could be no visual impact

upon the house. We’ve planted formal gardens around the front and side of the house with great success. Both

the garden and the house have a more cohesive look now, grand but not imposing, and the rest of the garden is

more given over for leisure and entertainment. The paddock is now a wild meadow and the lake is the perfect

place to sit by and watch the wildlife all around you. It’s the ideal way to leave the cares of the day behind you -

a very tranquil and peaceful home.” *

Reg and Maggie

Eyhurst Farm House

*These comments are the personal views of the current owners and are included as an insight into life at the property. They have not been

independently verified, and should not be relied on without verification and do not necessarily reflect the views of the agent.

This beautiful property is situated close to the village of Kingswood which provides a comprehensive parade of local shops and restaurants, including a convenience store/post office, off licence, Waterhouse Cafe, travel agents, hairdressers, beauticians and The Kingswood Arms public house. Locally there is a wide choice of state and independent schools including Chinthurst, Aberdour, and Tadworth Primary, whilst further afield are City of London Freemans, Reigate Grammar, Epsom College and Caterham Schools

Kingswood Station provides services into London of approximately 45 minutes. The M25 is accessed via Junction 8 1.7 miles to the south and both Gatwick and Heathrow airports are within reach.

For golfers there are four world-renowned golf clubs, Kingswood Golf and Country club, Surrey Downs, Walton Heath and the rac golf club all close by. Horse Riding schools and stabling can be found in Kingswood, Chipstead, Tadworth and Walton on the Hill.
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