Firbank House is an impressive, Grade II Listed period property in Victorian Gothic style, with five bedrooms, occupying a secluded position amidst beautiful Surrey countryside. Built of brick and local ironstone, the property boasts ornate decorative flourishes to the exterior, including original pierced barge boards, cast iron windows, cupola and decorative slate roof with fleur-de-lis ridge cresting. Inside, there is a wealth of flexible accommodation, presented to a high standard. Entering the ground floor, there is an attractive dining room, with wood flooring and a fireplace with a woodburning stove. The double aspect sitting room also has a woodburning stove, and includes a bay window.
The kitchen is well equipped with plenty of storage space and a large range cooker, while the breakfast room, with its stunning glass roof, provides a light and airy space in which to dine and relax. There are five generous bedrooms, four to the first floor and one to the second floor. On the second floor via a spiral staircase there is a large family room which offers further living space, with a stunning vaulted ceiling and exposed timber beams, plus a large brick fireplace with a woodburning stove.
The property has a double garage and log store, and there is plenty of parking on the lane. A pretty tiered garden with a paved terrace area and steps leading to an area of lawn is accessed from the breakfast room on one level and the vaulted family room on the upper level. In addition, there is an organic vegetable garden, fruit trees, a greenhouse and a timber shed.
Property Features Include: Historic Home
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